SCOUT Scarf Day
Tuesday 1st August 2017
On 1 August each year, we celebrate our annual SCOUT Scarf Day and encourage our members to wear their scarves (and uniforms) to school or work for the day to promote the uniqueness and many opportunities SCOUTS New Zealand can offer youth and adults alike.
With around 400 groups and more than 20,000 current members, there is a good chance someone walking down a main street in your town will be wearing their Scout scarf on SCOUT Scarf Day.
The scarf represents unity between 33 million Scouts around the world, and is a visible reminder of the skills and values we hold.
>> View Scarf Day 2016 Photo Album