We anticipate opening the Scout Service Center on June 9th, and Puget Sound Scout Shop on June 15th, contingent on King County entering phase 2. Hours will be 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM, Tuesday-Friday. The Scout Shop will follow those hours and additionally open Saturday mornings beginning 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM.


Alpine District

This event is open to ALL Districts. Alpine District's Merit Badge Fair gives Scouts the opportunity to meet and work with qualified, registered Merit Badge Counselors on a variety of Merit Badges.  All Boy Scouts and qualified Venturers are welcome to attend.  Alpine District typically holds a Fair in the spring and fall each year, with different Merit Badges offered at each event.

All Merit Badge sessions have enrollment limits to ensure a quality experience for each participating Scout. Session assignments will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis. Be sure to pre-register early as sessions fill up quickly.

Date: Saturday, November 16th, 2019
Time: 8:30 AM to 2:30 PM
Location: Issaquah LDS Building, 1100 6th Ave SE, Issaquah (map)
Registration pdf Alpine District Merit Badge Event Guide 2019 (Updated 11/10)
Download and review guide for registration information.

BADGES OFFERED - See green box for current availability 
American Business | American Heritage | Animal Science | Chess | Citizenship in the Nation | Citizenship in the World | Communication | Cooking | Cycling | Emergency Preparedness | Environmental Science | Family Life | Fire Safety | First Aid | Game Design | Geology | Law | Mammal Study | Programming | Radio | Scouting Heritage | Sustainability | Textile | Theater | Weather

As of Friday 11/15, the classes below have openings! REGISTRATION CLOSES FRIDAY 11/15 9:00 PM. This event is open to ALL Districts.
  • American Business
  • American Heritage
  • Animal Science
  • Cooking
  • Cycling
  • First Aid
  • Game Design
  • Geology
  • Law
  • Mammal Study
  • Programming
  • Radio
  • Sustainability
  • Textile
  • Theater
  • Weather
Scouts should come prepared. This means that Scouts should:
  • Have read the pamphlets before arriving
  • Have received Blue Cards signed by their Scoutmaster indicating they're qualified to begin working on the badges
  • Have paper, and a pencil or pen
  • Be prepared to join in the discussion and activities
  • Have already completed any prerequisites listed in the registration form
  • Not expect the Merit Badge Counselors to teach you the Merit Badges
Please bring:
  • A Blue Card signed by your Unit Leader
  • A day pack with a sack lunch (if needed), snacks, water bottle
  • Anything needed to complete Merit Badges
  • Wear your full Class A uniform (sashes not required)
  • Cheerful and courteous attitude!

Please direct questions to your Unit Leader or Lesa Widner (contact).