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Can Venturers from outside Area 4 attend WorldFest?
Yes, please attend! ALL Venturers are welcome and encouraged to join us for the weekend. You will have a great time!
Can we bring guests younger than Venturing Age?
No. This event is designed for young adults. The target audience is high school and college age youth. Please do not bring anyone who is not age 13 and in the 8th grade or older.
Can a Boy Scout troop or venture patrol register and attend?
Boy Scouts may only attend as members, or guests of, their council VOA or a Venturing Crew or Sea Scout Ship. Please email us, and we will help you find a solution because we want you to be able to attend WorldFest
We are having trouble getting adult leaders, how can our crew still attend?
We can work with you to help overcome this problem by helping you connect with another crew, usually from your own council. Please email us ASAP
We do not have camping gear or tents, what should we do?
WorldFest is for all Venturers, not just outdoors‐based crews. Seven Ranges Scout Reservation has lots of housing in their leadership village. We expect the majority of participants will stay there. Nevertheless, the space will be allocated first come, first served, so register early. Late registers may have to tent camp. Food is served in the dining hall, so no worries about cooking or other camp chores.
We have participants with special needs – can they attend?
If you have special needs please email us at WorldFest@CRVenturing.org ASAP. Seven Ranges is accessible. We will do our best to accommodate them.
This seems like a fun event to introduce people to Venturing ‐ Can we bring guests – teens that we hope to recruit into our crew?
Yes, but read on. Please only bring people who will behave in a mature, responsible, manner, and who identify with the ideals of the Scouting movement and goals of this Area Venturing WorldFest. Please remember that adult advisors are responsible for the behavior of their crew during the event and adherence to BSA and Event rules. The WorldFest event MUST be a safe place for all participants.