Cub Scout Pack 633 of South Central, CT

Where Fun, Faith and Adventure Meet 

Register For Pack 633

2020-2021 Forms

Below is the link to 2020-2021 health form.

This form needs to be filled out in full to be properly registered and insured.


This health form MUST be filled out in FULL!

Please take note of the below 

regularly missed items.

*ALL 8 pages need to be attached

*ALL signatures in all locations need to be filled out in pen and dated by the physician, parent and scout (NO STAMPS!!!)

*Copy of both sides of the insurance card needs to be attached

* If self administer page doesn't apply please write N/A and sign and date

*Be sure all of both sections of B are filled out completely

*Immunizations must be filled out in full (you can attach an additional health form but it can not be in place of.

*If you are immunization exempt please confirm proper paperwork is attached.

* A head shot picture wallet size of each scout or leader needs to be attached to the front of health form

* ANYONE that may drive your child needs to be noted in that section, think scout leaders.

*Keep an up to date copy for home 

Catholic Religious Emblems Workbooks
Due May 1, 2022

Pack 633 - Religious Emblems

printable version of this info

Light of Christ           Parvuli Dei Emblems

Grades 1-2.                Grades 3-5

Obtain booklet from scout store appropriate to your scout’s grade

  • Complete booklet with your scout (have it signed by your parish priest)
  • Mail in Booklet:

Along with payment to“OEEC”

Light of Christ $10.00
Parvuli Dei $10.00 

 Parent Pins are an additional $4.00 each.

(must be received by April 1st)

Office of Education, Evangelization and Catechesis

467 Bloomfield Avenue

Bloomfield, CT 06002

c/o Jennifer McClintock

  • Receive confirmation in the mail
  • Attend Ceremony (Bring all of your loved ones to share the event)
  • Date TBD & Time (usually early June)
  • Cathedral of St. Joseph

140 Farmington Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Picture day 
Friday April 8, 2022
6:30 Sharp

Wear full class A uniform

To order your scout photos 

click here

Hanging plant sale
Runs 4/1- 4/22
plant pick up 5/6 at meeting

Pack 633 will be running a wonderful take or hanging plant sale.  Many varieties to choose from for just $20 and will be in hand on Friday May 6th. Ready for the scouts to deliver mothers day weekend.

What a great idea for the special ladies in your life.  Funds raised can be put toward a scouts summer cub camp, scouting activity, registration and much more.

Online sales

Printable flyer

May 13-15 2022
registration closed by 3/25

Conn Jam 2022

An awesome weekend

Come to Connecticut Yankee Council’s largest camporee: a three-day long outdoor adventure. Join thousands of young men and women for a weekend of camping, zip lining, SCUBA, Pinewood Derby racing, ultimate frisbee and more! Closing out the weekend, we’ll gather for an awesome fireworks show and closing show!

Register here

packing list

Pinewood derby finals
May 14, 2022
at Connjam 

must have qualified at the district event on 4/22

info flyer

coming soon
Class B Orders

Pack 633 Class B's 

Be sure to get some for your scout, sibling and even mom and dad.  These class B's can be seen from a mile away and are super comfy and durable

Purchase here

Raingutter regatta
& Ice cream social
Friday, May 20, 2022 6:30

All are invited who are interested in finding out more about Scoutsing (boys and girls ages 5-18). There is no commitment just come and meet our scouting family and have some fun! If you have a special child in your life (son/daughter, niece/nephew, grand child, cousin, friend….etc), come and meet us, maybe grab some information and enjoy a Sunday on us. Here at 633/1633 raising children of character in a faithful family environment is our mission while having fun and awesome adventures along the way. 

 If you can not make it please contact 

Michael Loffredo at 203-500-3294 or 

email loffredo.michael

**633 families please bring a nut free ice cream topping to share**

Print these invitations to invite a friend

Invitation Front

Invitation Back

Pack 633 Field Day
Friday, May, 27, 2022 6:30
Foote Park

Fun for the whole family!

Scouts and their families will participate in outdoor fun, games and activities with their 633 friends.  

Always a ton of fun, sometimes messy :)

hoping to add a few things this year like rockets and cub mobile ..... pending approval

Please wear your class B uniform

We ask all 633 families to bring 

a game or activity to share.

Flag Placement May 21, 2022
Flag removal June 4, 2022
and stone clearing

  • Scouts in Full class A Uniform (Uniform shirt, hat, neckerchief, and slide) – Navy Blue pants (webelos green pants)
  • Arrival7:45 am 
  • Flag Placement: St. Agnes Cemetery, Branford (Next to the Ford Dealership)
  • bring a long Philips head screwdriver to aid in opening the ground for the flags
  • The scouts from troop, leaders and parents may assist the cubs in the Flag placement. Remember this is a solemn and reverent event, not a race or time to play.
  • Parents:Under uniform dress weather and activity appropriate for both events: (may want to layer) (parents use discretion as to the weather).

These should all be worn under the Class A uniform

  • A Parent for each Scout is required for this activity.
  • Scouts We must remember we are representing the 633 family and should always be on our Best Behavior. At the cemetery:to be calm and respectful of the deceased and to remember the veterans for whom we are placing the flags

  • Stone Clearing
  • We are asking all families to bring any items that can be used to clear grass and debris away form covered veterans foot stones.
  • Items such as

    - spackle knife

    - hand shovel or full shovel

    - work gloves

    - scrub brush

    - hand broom

    - flat head screwdriver

    - garbage bags

    - watering can

    - outdoor scissors 

    - kneeling mat for adult and scout

    anything else that can be of use without scratching the stone

    Personal items also necessary

    - class B t shirt

    - weather appropriate clothing

    - hat

    - water & snack

    - protective eye wear

    - personal first aid kit

  • Our goal is for each family attending to uncover at least 2 veterans stones.  If at least 10 families attend that will be 20 veterans honored.... that would be wonderful.

Memorial Day Parade
Monday, May 30, 2022 
9:30 arrival Branford Center

  • Scoutsin Full class A Uniform (Uniform shirt, hat, neckerchief, slide) – Navy Blue pants(green webelos)
  • Arrival9:30 Branford Town Hall (parade begins at 10:00)
  • Parade route: begins at the Branford Green circles around by Richlin and ends back at the Branford Green.
  • Parents:bring Water bottle and simple snack for each of your parade marchers (like a package of nut free crackers). Parent will carry these items; there is a stop half way for a break.
  • A Parent,for each Cub Scout is required to march behind the pack and to be responsible for them before and immediately after the parade.
  • Parentsstay behind and not next to the scouts during ceremony and parade. If bringing a sibling they need to stay with parent or be inside a wagon pulled by parent.
  • Den Leaders & ParentsDuring the parade the cub scouts will be directed by their leader.
  • Scouts:This is a time of respect and reverence; we are remembering those who risked their lives for our freedom and also for those who lost their lives to that cause. We must remember we are representing Pack 633 and should always be on our best behavior, to stay in parade line, to stay behind your den flag and to Salute ALL Veterans in parade and on route.
  • Departure- Gather around Flagpole immediately following the parade line.

Parentsign off with cub masterbefore scout leaves with parent.

  • Den LeadersBring Den Flags. Cub master will be responsible for Pack and American Flag.

633 & 1633 
Crossover/Court of Honor
Friday, June 3, 2022 6:30
Location TBD

A fun night of Awards and ceremony 

for the whole family.  

Celebrate with Pack 633 / Troop/633 / Troop 1633

Get ready to cross the Bridge and move up to your next scout rank.  

633 Court of Honor & Crossover Potluck Cookout

6:30 Dinner & Ceremony

All families are asked to bring a food item to share (appx 25 families)

bring your bathing suit and swim floatie if needed

*** Be sure all foods are nut free ***

Provided by 633 - hot dogs, buns, condiments & lemonade & Cake

sign up genius link (coming soon)

Sign up a friend to Join scouts and both get invited to this awesome event at Camp Sequassen

eXtreme scouting
Sunday June 25th

Archery * archery * tomahawk throwing * shooting sports * climbing wall * zip line * disc golf * BMX course * mountain biking * obstacle course * initiative games and challenges * monkey bridge crossing * contest and games * geocaching * ultimate Frisbee * Gaga ball * capture the flag * eXtreme scouting bash at the newly refurbished waterfront with a DJ playing the hottest hits * cookout * surprise demonstrations.

 link for info

Cubscout Family Camp
July 22-24
Deerlake Scout Reservation


Come with your family to enjoy a fully inclusive weekend at Deer Lake with swimming, shooting sports, archery, games, slingshots, crafts, and other Scout fun! All meals and activities are included in this safe and family-friendly weekend in the outdoors.

click here for more info

Click here to register

Cubscout Day camp
June 27- July 29
Hoyt Camp Redding

Webelos Adventure Day camp
Camp Sequassen
 August 7th - August 10th

Ever wonder what Scout Camp is like? What happens at sleep away camp? Now Webelos can find out with Webelos Adventure Camp! All the fun Camp Sequassen Resident Camp has to offer in an action-packed mini-adventure. You’ll sleep in camp, eat in the dining hall and more! 

Look at all the fun:


Info page

campership form

July pack activity 

Date and Time TBD
River Street Guilford


River street in Guilford (closest cross street is broad street)
Please park across street and cross over to park area.
*Bring a snack to share

*wear class B
*also bring your own crabbing gear
Chicken, string, scoop net, bucket, wipes to clean hands,seating/blanket.
Please shoot me a text and let me know if you are planning on coming.
Also if you have a friend interested in scouting bring them along too.... just give us a heads up.
Looks to be a fun night.


XXXXXX.   Past Events   XXXXX

Registration night
Mandatory - 
Parent Meeting
Friday 9/10/21 6:30
St. Augustine basement level lot

This is a mandatory meeting for all 633 families.  Here is where you will learn all about our program. 

Some basics on how the 2020-2021 scouting year will look like.  You will get all the basics on how to have an awesome year.  What scouting is going to bring to your child and your family and the opportunity to ask any questions.


Discover Outdoor Connecticut Day

Sunday, September 15, 2019
10:00am - 4:00pm

Discover Outdoor Connecticut Day

This FREE event is sponsored by the DEEP Bureaus of Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation
Sunday, September 15, 2019
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Rain or shine
(Meigs Point Area), Madison 
Parking will be on-site.

633/1633 Scouting Family

Awards night ~ Court of Honor
Friday 9/17/21 6:30

A fun night of Awards and ceremony 

for the whole family.  

Celebrate with Pack 633 / Troop/633 / Troop 1633

our summertime scouting achievements. 

 Court of Honor & Awards Potluck

St. Augustine Church and Hall

6:30 Dinner & Ceremony

All families are asked to bring a dinner item to share (appx 25 families)

*** Be sure all foods are nut free ***

Provided by 633/633/1633 - pizza and drinks

Yale Football Community Day

9/21/19 1:00 pm

Yale Football’s home opener is Saturday, September 21st , and it is also community day! 

General admission tickets are $5 if you use the code: COMMUNITY online when purchasing tickets.

In addition to the game, there will also be Inflatables, Face Paint, Free Cotton Candy for 1st 200 Kids, Photo Booth, and Yard Games at Hospitality Village, and post-game autographs with the team.

Register Here

Pack Apple Picking Day

Saturday 9/25/2021
10-12 Bishops Orchard Guilford

Lets come together for a fun day of apple picking with our 633/1633 family.

*We will meet at the orchard parking lot at 10am

*each family will pick and purchase the apples they would want for their family bags are pre purchase $22 for 8qt bag and $40 for 1/2 bushel bag

location:  526 New England Rd, Guilford CT 

This is a time just to share a fun experience together this fall. 

Fall Pack fundraiser

A wonderful way for your scout and our pack to fundraise.  We are asking each Cubscout to sell 5 wreaths to help our amazing little pack.  Then any wreaths sold beyond the 5 the profits will be put in your scout piggybank to help pay for a multitude of scouting events like camping, summer camp, registration and much more.

The scouts will collect names, addresses, phone numbers and monies through the sale dates above. Then on 11/27 9am pick up their wreath orders to deliver over the weekend 11/27-11/29

These beautiful long lasting fresh pine wreaths and lovely red bow are only


A perfect way to show your Joy to the World this Christmas season.

Purchase your wreath online here

633 Webelos Woods

Saturday 10/2/21 11:30-3:30

This will be a fun filled day of activities and requirements to get your Webelos year started off right.  Not to be missed many requirements will be covered. To register and for more information talk to your Webelos leader.

Scout Day at Lime Rock

Saturday 10/2/21

Saturday’s races will provide hours of racing excitement, featuring Vintage Sports Car Club of America’s Fall Finale as well as the exotic sports cars of the Lime Rock Driver’s Club. Come see vintage and collectible sports cars of all types spanning many years of automotive history – all in tip top condition and in action on the track. Patch for the first 1,000 registrations.

COST: older Scouts/Adults 11 and up= $16

Cubs & not registered youth ages 4-10 = $8

Event happens, rain or shine.

No Refunds after Sept. 10, 2021

Nursing Home pen pal

633 scouts you are being called.

Our seniors have spent many months alone during the past few months.  This loneliness is really taking a toll on their health and spirit.  We are asking scouts to take up the call and help mend their broken hearts by being a pen pal over the next few months.  Your writing, encouraging words and pictures will truly make a difference in their world.  The only thing we ask is that if you sign up you follow through for the duration.  We are hoping to wrap up our pen pal time with Christmas caroling at their facility ❤️.

Information and starter kits will be handed out on 10/9

1st  one due back 10/30

2nd one due 11/27

3rd Christmas card 12/18

Please sign up here for us to ready your kit

Fall Fundraiser - Cooke Tavern Soups

due back 10/11/2019

Completed forms and full payment 

due on 10/19/2018

633 Fall Campout 

Camp Sequassen
register by 10/1/21

Come and enjoy a fun filled weekend with your 633 family. Camping, Hiking and exploring up at the great camp Sequassen. This is an event not to be missed fun for the whole family and scouts will work on many requirements while making a bunch of memories.  Talk with your den leader as to find out what will be covered.

Register Here

Packing List

Pack Hike - Peters Rock
North Haven

Saturday 10/16/2021 9:00am

Click Here to Download info

Click here for Trail Map


633 Campfire & Flag Retirement Ceremony - Sat 10/16/21 7:00pm


14 Piscitello Drive Branford

*Bring individually wrapped store bought snacks to share (appx 25 families)

*Bring your own chair and blankets

Super fun night for the 633 family.  Bring the whole family young and old.  The evening begins with a solemn retirement of tattered American flags.  Then we move to our campfire program run by our cubs and older scouts.... you will be sure to be rolling in laughter and beaming with pride as all our scouts bring to life true scout spirit!

Marshmallows, Smores' & drinks will be provided


October 19-20, 2019 

Hoyt Scout Reservation

Cub Scout Field Day Campout

 $33.00 Youth p/p 

$27.00 Adult p/p

 must be paid in full by Sept 27, 2019.



* patch (for youth)


* lunch @ canteen

*sat dinner & sun breakfast with pack

Highlights: Eight Action Stations:

  1. Vertical Run Inflatable Obstacle Course: Squeeze through tunnels, jump over barriers, slip underneath bars, and push your way past any obstacle that comes your way while trying to move as fast as possible with this new course!
  2. BB Shoot: Cub Scouts will learn the safe and responsible use of BB guns, and to have fun in a safe range conducted by qualified adults.
  3. Compass/How to Use a Compass: Explain the parts of the Compass. How to find North. What that means, and how to navigate with one around a simple course.
  4. Knots/Knot Tying/The Six Scout Knots: Have fun learning the basic Scout Knots.
  5. Leave No Trace for Every Kid/Leaf What You Find (Leaf Tracing):Discovering the fun of spending time outdoors and learning about responsibility for the environment.
  6. Campfire How To & Safety/Smokey the Bear for Kids: Having a campfire fire is a big responsibility. Scouts will learn the fire-making process and about campfire safety. We are working on a special appearance by Smokey the Bear.
  7. Flag Folding/Flag Ceremony: Scouts will learn Flag etiquette and ceremonies.
  8. Cub Scout Games: Special Guest will lead Cub Scouts through a series of repeat after me songs and fun Cub Scout games.


  • Campfire Program with a special appearance of Lord Baden Powell and Smokey the Bear.

Register here

Box of Joy (10/22/21 start)

Due back Friday 11/5/21

Cub - O - Ree
Sat 10/23/2021

Greetings all Cub Scouts and Parents! The 2021 Cub-O-Ree will be at Old Mine Park in Trumbull, CT on October 23rd. This event is designed to help scouts kick off their year.  Scouts will take part in fun and engaging activities while also working on rank advancement and earning awards.

The event will be two separate half-day events. A Scout will be allowed to participate in either the morning or afternoon session, but not both. The morning session will run from 9:15 AM – 1 PM and the Afternoon session runs from 1:30 PM – 5:15 PM.

The activities at the event are designed for Cub Scouts of all ages.  However, rank advancement will be limited to Lions, Tigers, Wolf and Bear Scouts.  Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts will have the opportunity for rank advancement at the Webelos Outdoor Weekend, more information about this event can be found at here.

We have included some of the most popular stations to maximize the fun.  Sessions at the event include:

  • Shooting Sports
  • Nature Hike
  • Scout Craft and Camp Skills
  • Games



Medieval Times P
ack Meeting
"Knights in the night"
Friday 10/25/2019 6:30

This is a "coffee and....."

What to Bring

  • All families are asked to bring a nut free dessert /snack to share with all of our 25 families (pack and both troops)
  • Glow in the Dark, bring your favorite glow in the dark items for yourself and to share
  • All Families attending are asked to bring a medieval themed station game (example: beanbag toss into the dragon)
  • sign up genius link here

What to Wear

Scouts & Family :Dress as Knights, Dragons, Princess, King, Queen, Archer, Friar

Fright Night 10/26/2019

Register online by 10/18

Fright Night 2019

A spooky good time at Deer lake scout camp in Killingworth, CT

Halloween Fun for the whole family!!

Fright Night Flyer

To register online directly with council 

 Click here

Closed- 2018 event
Webelos/AOL Assist at fright night

10/27/18 1:00pm-11pm

Come work with out 633 troop and create a frighteningly scary experience for all the younger cubs.  You need to stay for the entire time to work as you will be part of the troops scare event.  

Please RSVP via packmaster email so troop can count you in as a cast member. 

October Pack meeting

Trunk or treat
6:30 October 29, 2021

This years October pack meeting will be our newly introduced trunk or treat as it was such a success last year.

*we are asking ALL our scouting families to create a trunk display out of the back of their car. Please nothing too spooky but have a bit of fun with it.

*You can google ideas and pics... really have some fun with it.... you can even make a halloween game

*We are asking the parents to stay at their cars and the kiddos to "trick or treat" in a kind of musical chairs fashion will visit the different cars.

*scouts and siblings please come in your favorite halloween costume, nothing spooky scary or gory but masks this year are encouraged :)

*we are also asking all parents to bring nut free candy to pass out to all of our scouts young and old.

* also bring your already carved pumpkin to be lit for our pumpkin carving contest

*cider and treat provided

trunk sign up here


Flag Placement 10/30/2021 & stone  clearing(stone clearing postponed)

Flag Removal 11/13/2021

  • Scouts in Full class A Uniform (Uniform shirt, hat, neckerchief, and slide) – Navy Blue pants (webelos green pants)
  • Arrival7:45 am 
  • Flag Placement: St. Agnes Cemetery, Branford (Next to the Ford Dealership)
  • bring a long Philips head screwdriver to aid in opening the ground for the flags
  • The scouts from troop, leaders and parents may assist the cubs in the Flag placement. Remember this is a solemn and reverent event, not a race or time to play.
  • Parents:Under uniform dress weather and activity appropriate for both events: (may want to layer) (parents use discretion as to the weather).

These should all be worn under the Class A uniform

  • A Parent for each Scout is required for this activity.
  • Scouts We must remember we are representing the 633 family and should always be on our Best Behavior. At the cemetery:to be calm and respectful of the deceased and to remember the veterans for whom we are placing the flags.

  • Stone Clearing
  • We are asking all families to bring any items that can be used to clear grass and debris away form covered veterans foot stones.
  • Items such as

    - spackle knife

    - hand shovel or full shovel

    - work gloves

    - scrub brush

    - hand broom

    - flat head screwdriver

    - garbage bags

    - watering can

    - outdoor scissors 

    - kneeling mat for adult and scout

    anything else that can be of use without scratching the stone

    Personal items also necessary

    - class B t shirt

    - weather appropriate clothing

    - hat

    - water & snack

    - protective eye wear

    - personal first aid kit

  • Our goal is for each family attending to uncover at least 2 veterans stones.  If at least 10 families attend that will be 20 veterans honored.... that would be wonderful.

Stocking Tree Masses

Sat 11/2/19 3:40-5:30 pm
Sun 11/24/19 9:10-11:00 am

Please wear full class A uniform

Important information click here

Branford Veterans Day Ceremony

11/7/2021 12:45

Please wear full class A 

We will gather on the Green and Honor our veterans in a reverent ceremony

parade info link

Old Sturbridge Village Campover

March 28 - 29
Sturbridge, MA
Payment deadline Friday 11/8/19

 Our Hop into History Overnight program fee is $68 (includes PayPal fee) per person. This fee includes: 

 Two-day admission into Old Sturbridge Village (day of and day after your overnight) 

 Overnight accommodations in our Museum Education building 

 Evening program and activities 

 A light evening snack 

 Catered hot breakfast at the Bullard Tavern 

 Morning activities before the museum opens 

 A special OSV patch! 

scouts/siblings ages 6+ (no exceptions due to safety concerns per OSV)

At least 1 parent is required to attend per family

Spaces are limited

Link to Old Sturbridge Village Website

More info and to come


CLOSED- 2018 event
Westpoint Football - Scout day

payment due - by10/5/2018

Great football and scout event 

Not to be missed

GO ARMY.... !!!!!


Webelos Adventure College
Saturday, November 13, 2021


Webelos Pins (contingent on our ability to recruit instructors):

  • Art Explosion
  • Adventure in Science
  • Aware & Care
  • First Responder
  • Build A Better World
  • Earth Rocks
  • Engineer
  • Game Design
  • Maestro
  • Moviemaking
  • Build A Hero
  • Sportsmanship.
  • Webelos can sign up for two pins.

Register here

Monster Jam - Scout Night

Friday 11/15/19
Registration closes 4:00 Friday 11/8

A roaring good time for the whole family. Watch your favorite monster trucks compete and cheer them on while they do amazing stunts and even crush cars!

******Noise canceling ear muffs are necessary for all attending!!!!*****

Click below to print form and mail in to register for this AWESOME event (be sure to write in PACK 633 to try to get seating along with your pack friends)


Webelos/AOL ONLY

Thanksgiving campout w/Troop

Thanksgiving cooking in the woods.... yah you heard right!  Webelos/AOL will work with our older troop boys & Girls to create a full thanksgiving dinner.  From turkey to pie and washing the dishes they all do it all.  Then enjoy a great night camping out at Sequassen Scout camp.

**This event is only open to Webelos and AOL scouts and their parents only

**a parent is required to attend for each Webelos/ AOL scout

to register click here

winter camping packing check list

Closed - 2018 event
Battleship Cove C
Registration deadline - 12/2/18

Battleship Cove 

Your overnight adventure consist of:

  • Exploring every nook, cranny and exhibit of the entire Battleship Cove fleet
  • Sleeping in the same authentic bunks that the sailors slept in
  • Learning how the sailors lived and worked on board
  • Participating in engaging special activities
  • Gathering 'round to watch an action-packed feature film
  • Mingling with veterans who made history
  • Having a full dinner and breakfast in the Officer's Wardroom (all included in the price of your stay)
  • and more!

click here to register

battleship itinerary

safety and rules

battleship packing list

ship map

Order dog tags click here by 12:00pm 2/28/19

Christmas cards & carols
to senior pen pals
time, date and location TBD

Lets spread some Christmas cheer to our senior pen pals and their friends this Christmas.  We will deliver their Christmas cards and sing our favorite Christmas songs for them this holiday season.

December pack meeting

Better to Give then receive
Friday 12/17/21 6:30

633 Christmas Party

Better to Give than Receive

Friday, December 17, 2021


Branford Gun Club

All our asked to bring the following (25 families attending)

We are asking all Pack and troop families to bring an

Appitizer, Finger Food or Dessert to share

Please use our sign-up genius link to avoid duplicates


Each family bring a Box of Christmas cards

We will enjoy time together

Decorate our stockings from our stocking tree to give to the needy in New Haven

Decorate cards to deliver to hospitalized Veterans to brighten their Christmas

click here for more info

Click here for Sign-up genius for event

Stony Creek Christmas Pageant

Saturday December 18 , 2021
6pm-8pm     Free

Annual Stony Creek Christmas Pageant. 

(Stony Creek Branford, CT)

This beautiful outdoor event begins at the Stony Creek Museum and ends at the Stony Creek Dock. Seven beautiful biblical scenes of the infancy narrative of the incarnation of Jesus many scenes include live animals and all with children in character. Stony Creek Fife and Drum Corp kick off the event at 6 pm.

*Dress warm as it is fully outdoors

*This is something to enjoy with the whole family

Veterans Christmas Card Delivery
Saturday, 12/22/19 1:00

633/1633 Veterans Card Delivery

Sunday, December 22, 2019

1:00 arrival

VA Hospital 950 Campbell Ave West Haven

Main entrance (inside large revolving door)

Wear full class A uniform (Santa hat, bells, lights…ect if you have one)

Extra scout cheerful spirit …. For some we may be their only visitor this holiday season

Please be in good health as we wouldn’t want to share any outside germs with our hospitalized veterans.

Our cubs will be working with our troop boys/girls to deliver a little holiday cheer to our hospitalized veterans. We will be personally delivering the holiday cards we made at our December pack meeting to our honored veterans.

Pinewood derby carving day

Monday 12/28/21 10am-12pm

This is a service open to our 633 families.  Our wonderful volunteers will bring their tools and work with you and your scout to turn your block of wood into your favorite pinewood derby car.  No experience necessary just come with a printout/ drawing of what you are dreaming of and we will help you get there.

Click here for specs and rules

Winter Cabin camping
January 15-16, 2020
Registration deadline 1/8/20

Winter cabin is a super fun event for scouts and their parents (parent is required for each cub scout family).  Pack has a fun filled night inside an awesome cabin up at camp Sequassen.  There is an awesome "campfire " including fun and skits.  spend quality time with your kiddos over some fun games and snacks.  The scouts will have a super fun time camping over with some of their favorite scout buds!  Enjoy a delicious  breakfast and then venture out for some fun and adventure (weather permitting various activity schedule).Come in and warm up with a warm hearty lunch and spend some more quality time with your scout before  we close the festivities in the late afternoon.  This is a great event that the kids really love..... and the parents too.

register here

event info

packing list 


Pinewood Derby Weigh-In Night
Thursday, January 20, 2022
Branford Gun Club

For your car to be officially entered you must bring your completed car to weigh - in and it must meet all the specifications in the link below.

Pinewood derby rules

633 Pinewood Derby 2022

Friday, January 21, 2022
6:30 races start
VFW Branford

Bring your friends and family to enjoy a night of racing.  With engine revving we will see who is the fastest racer in our 633 family.  A fun and exciting night for all.  Siblings and friends can even race their own car after the main event.

This event is a potluck snack

please click her to sign up

remember it must be nut free and appx 25 families

Pinewood derby rules

class B

Yale U
niversity Art Gallery

Family Day - Free
Sunday, January 26, 2020
1111 Chapel Street New Haven

Family Day
Sunday, January 26, 2020, 11:00 am–4:00 pm

Families are invited to explore the Gallery and discover its many treasures. The afternoon includes fun for the whole family, with special art-making activities, storytelling in the galleries, and tours for children of all ages. Free and open to the public; no registration required.

Open to: All Ages
-Check with your den leader as this may meet some rank achievement requirements

scout Transition to Boy Scouts AOL Scouts/ New Scouts 
and Parents
Mandatory attendance
Friday 2/4/22 6:30-7:30

Overview of Advancement, Patrol Method, Campout Logistics, and Q&A

Unlike cub scouts where the road to complete a rank is the same for all cubs, the road to Eagle is not the same for all Boy Scouts and the pace to achieve ranks will differ as well. The purpose of this meeting is to review what these differences are, educate parents on some terminology that you will hear form your scout and myself, as well as field any other questions you may have.

Closed- 2019 event

Court of onor & Report to the state
AOL & New Girls in Scouts BSA Only Event
Friday 2/1/19 1:00

Schedule of Events and locations

1:00 pm-5:00 pm Event timeline 

1:00 pm- Gathering in the Legislative Office Building Atrium

1:30 pm- Tour of the Capitol, and the Legislative Office Building

3:00 pm- Gather for the Court of Honor, Old Appropriations Room of the State Capitol

3:15 pm- Court of Honor & Report to the State

4:00 pm- Meet and greet with Government Officials/interviews with News Outlets

Scouts should wear their Scout Uniforms 

Parking is available in the legislative parking garage. 

Cubscout Polar Bear

Saturday February 5, 2022
(pick am or pm slot)

A great cub scout day of fun and learning.

This is an outdoor event - dress warm and weather appropriate

$20 scout

$10 adult/ additional family member

At the Stamford Museum and Nature Center in Stamford

click here for full information


To register click here

Marriage enrichment celebration 
Saturday, February 6, 2021??? 
5:00-9:00 pm

The Archdiocesan Office of Family Life will hold its 13th annual marriage enrichment evening on Sat., Feb. 1, 2020, from 5:00-9:00 p.m. at Mary Our Queen Church and Parish Center, 248 Savage St., Plantsville, CT.  This year's program will begin with Mass, include dinner, prayer, reflection, and fun centered on the theme:  “The Name is Bond…Marriage Bond: The Agents of Unity in Sacramental Marriage.” The cost is $25.00 per couple and includes dinner.  To register or obtain more information, contact Tom and Donna Finn at 860-302-1110, or email to [email protected]. Please R.S.V.P. by Jan. 28, 2020.

Scout Sunday

Sunday, February 6, 2022

 Scout Sunday

Sunday 2/6 attend mass service 

(or Saturday 2/5 temple)

-wear your scout uniform to your faith service 

please take a picture of scout outside at location that day and share on pack telegram page so we know you celebrated scout Sunday .

-Ask your location if your scouts can hold doors open and greet attendees upon arrival and


-Be on your best behavior as we are representing scouting, 633 as a whole and in the presence of God which deserves the greatest degree of reverence.

-If attending with other scouts try and sit together

-Be prepared to talk about scouting and our pack as so many will be wondering why you are in uniform and about our pack. Please direct those interested to our website or show them pics from our telegram page of the great things we do.  


Saturday, February 8, 2020
Free Event

10:00-11:30 am Lion and Dragon Dance Parade 

down Church Street and Whitney Avenue (between Elm and Trumbull Street)

12:00-4:00 pm Lunarfest performances, workshops, crafts, and demonstrations. Indoors.

-Some activities at this event may cover rank achievements please check with your den leader

Click here for full event schedule

Valentines exchange

at blue and gold

please bring 19 valentines to share with your cub scout friends.  A complete list of names can be found here when you log in

or be sure to sync first and it is on your 

PM mobile app

2022 Blue and Gold

Friday, February 11, 2022 

Celebrate Scouting 

The 633/1633 family welcomes you to our 2022 awards night/crossover. The night will honor all of our scouts with their various ranks and achievements.  Enjoy the night with all our amazing scouts and all they have done as well as celebrate our Arrow of lights move into the upper ranks of Boy Scout /Scout BSA.

This looks to be a fun memorable night.

Arrow of light parents -  providing main meal

Pack/Troops - providing cake, party goods, drinks & coffee 


Families from pack and troops - bring Italian themed potluck (apps 20 families) - sides, finger food and desserts

Stuffed Animal Drive

New and Gently Used
for children in emergencies
gently loved or new children books
1/17/20 - 2/21/20

Fire Station Visit

Branford Fire Department
Friday, February 28, 2020
(6:30 sharp)

- 45 North Main Street Branford

- Meet at the main entrance

Full class A uniform required

- Parents if possible - please have only scouts and older siblings attend (it may be unsafe or difficult for younger siblings)

-Please check with your den leader if you are to attend this event and what requirements would be covered.

-Please always be on your best behavior remember you are scouts and it is a privilege that we get to do this tour as well as you represent pack 633.

Soundtigers Scout night

Saturday, February 29, 2020
4:15 pregame skate -7:00 game
(registration closes at noon 2/29) 

A great family event 
different packages available- see flyer for info

ALL packages include
 scout patch
pregame skate 
ticket to a great sound tigers game

Police Department visit

Branford Police Department
Friday March 6, 2020
6:30 sharp (only tiger den)

- 33 Laurel Street, Branford

- Meet at the main entrance

Full class A uniform required

- Parents if possible - please have only scouts and older siblings attend (it may be unsafe or difficult for younger siblings)

-Please check with your den leader if you are to attend this event and what requirements would be covered.

-Please always be on your best behavior remember you are scouts and it is a privilege that we get to do this tour as well as you represent pack 633.

Bicycle safety printout

Scouting For Food

3/11/22 - 3/25/22

A scout is helpful.  Lets make this our best collection for scouting for food ever.  We are asking each scout to hand out at least 10 bags (or more)to their friends, family or neighbors.  Fill these bags with non perishable items and return at your 3/25 meeting.  These items will be given to local organizations to distribute to our needy friends and neighbors.

Click here for printable bag flyer attachment

University of scouting

(leadership only)
Saturday, March 14, 2020

leadership training/learning event

Click here for more info

Registration (coming soon)

633 Ice Skating Day
Sunday, March 15, 2020
1:00 -2:30 (12:45 arrival)

Scouts and your families come and enjoy an afternoon of ice skating with your 633 family.

633 Family ~ Ice Skating Event

$5 per person (this includes skating and rental)

Northford Ice Pavillion

24 Firelite place

Northford, CT 06472

Families and siblings welcome

When paying just mention “pack 633”

to get our special group rate

**Helmets are strongly recommended**

Lego Derby Pack Meeting
Friday, March 18, 2022

Bring your pre built lego car and prepare to face off with your pack friends while having a ton of fun (there will be some legos on hand if needed).  

There are only a few Rules:

- Overall body width may not exceed 2-3/4 inches. 

- No oil, grease or silicone spray may be used on the axles or wheels. 

- Be sure the bottom of the car is not touching the ground as it will scrape the track

633 Swim day
Orange town pool
Sun, March 22, 2020

525 Orange Center road

Orange, CT

$1 per person (payable to the lifeguard before entrance to the pool)

-A great event for the whole family

-12:15 arrival to promptly enter the pool at 12:30

-Parents please plan to enter the pool with your scout and or siblings.

-Modest proper swimming attire required

-Please bring goggles

- Scouts/parents Please speak with your den leader as how this event meets one of your rank achievements

Cards for hospitalized kids
March 28 2020

Cards for hospitalized kids

Work with your den or on your own to make cards for children who are hospitalized.

There are specific decoration and wording requirements. Please see link below to be sure your card is just perfect for these little ones.

Please return them to cub master crystal at any meeting between now and March 27th and they will be sent off with love in the days to follow.

-check with your den leader as to if this also covers an achievement requirement

Card Specific Directions

Norwalk Maritime 
Scout Day
Saturday, March 19, 2022

A great day at the aquarium for a great price.  

Fun for the whole family!  May cover some requirements, check with your den leader.  It includes an Imax show too.

Click here for full information 

Registration link 

Spring Hike

April 9, 2022 2:00pm

Throw on your hiking shoes and remember all of your scouting essentials and come on a fun hike with your scouting friends.  Couple hours in nature getting that heart pumping and enjoying all of the beauty God has given us.  Be sure to check with your den leader to see what requirements can be covered for this hike.  Parents will be hiking with their scout and be sure all clothing is weather appropriate.

Directions/ meeting location click here

plant sale

Fishing Derby

Saturday, April 2, 2022
3/27/22 Registration Deadline




Saturday 2 times available am or pm


**our pack and troop are gathering for am time slot**

The $20 registration per person for fishing with a two trout limit includes breakfast or hot dog lunch and event patch. 

Deadline for registration:  3/27/22

For more info click here

full info flyer

Click here to register

CT Science Center Scout Day

Saturday, April 6, 2019

Calling all Scouts! You will be taking a
trip out of this world. Navigate a scouts-only scavenger hunt to earn an out-of-this-world Science Center patch! This is a BRAND NEW patch designed just for this day of intergalactic scouting fun.

Tickets are $14 in advance and $16.95 at the door.

Register here

picture day

Easter pack meting

Friday, April 22, 2022 6:30

Join your 633 family in journeying through the passion an resurrection.  Then concluding with celebrating together the great event of Easter.

All 633 families please bring 

             1) nut free wrapped candy for our "Easter 

                egg" hunt.

Campcard Scout Fundraiser

They sell for $5 
Your scout will earn $2.50 per card to put toward: summer camp or pack events or registration.
If you are interested in selling them this year please let our fundraising chair Paatty know the TOTAL per scout (scout name - #) you would like to receive at the camp presentation. We will do our best to meet the needs of all.

To give you an idea
20 cards = $100 in sales 
                    ($50 scout earns)
Summer camp = 96 cards     
                    ($240 scout earns)
Registration = 50 cards 
                    ($125 scout earns)

Please only take what you plan on selling!
**Patents you are fully responsible for the total cost of the cards ($5 per card).  
**Any unsold cards must be returned with all sales funds (damaged cards can’t be returned)
**the sale will end on Friday ________

This sale does not support pack it only helps you/your scout/your family to get the most out of your scouting adventure.
If you would like to sign up for one of our planned show and sell locations please click the link below to pick a time slot
Show and sell registration link (coming soon)
printable discount list (coming soon)

40 Day challenge
April 17-May 29

633 Challenge for the Easter season

We have received through the gift of Easter the greatest gift of all. Lets be now HIS hands on earth and give away what we no longer need to make room in our homes and our hearts for HIM.

Over the next appx 40 days remove one item (or more) each day you no longer need or want and place that item(s) in the provided trash bag and return the bag on Friday May 29th. These items will then be brought to (Savers) where they will then be made available to those who could really use them.  This helps our pack, helps others and helps our world.

Quinnipiac District
Pinewood Derby Finals
Saturday, April, 22, 2022
location and time TBD

For more info click here

To register click here

Pack 633 Chatfield Ho
llow day
Hike / geo cache/ paper boats
Saturday 5/1/21 1-6pm

When you think of scouting you think of a day like this.  Join us for a day of hiking along with a geocache along the way.  After a fun family hike we will make paper boats and race them down Chatfield hallows fun little streams.  We will also fly our homemade paper kites. Bring a picnic dinner for your family and a snack to share.  A fun time with your 633 scouting family.

633 kite flying day 
Foote park branford
Sunday 5/2/21

Our first ever kite flying day. Cubmaster crystal will bring your homemade kites to give those a "whirl" up on the sky.  We will also ask scouts to bring their own personal kites too as some additional fun with our home made ones.  After we have flown our kites we will spend some time on the foot park playground. Also bring a snacks to share.  It will be a fun afternoon together.  No worries if you have other activities just join up for the time you can. Please wear your class B uniforms if not a yellow top of some kind.

🎵 Lets go fly a kite 🎶 

NY Yankee Game

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Game Date:  Saturday May 4, 2019

Game Time: 1:05 pm

Cost:  $55 per person

Location:  Yankee Stadium

Tickets in Section 205, price includes a hot dog and a soda or water!

Bring all your Scouts, friends and family to a fun day with CT Yankee Council. A portion of the ticket price goes to the CT Yankees Friends of Scouting Fund.

Kids under 14 get a free Yankees replica bat!

Register here

cub clean up day

Saturday 5/8/21
Wallingford, exact location TBD

So many parts for scouting are covered in this event.  A day for the whole family to make the world a little cleaner place.  WE had a scout family notice with sadness the amount of litter at their local park and asked if our 633 family can spring into action ..... so here we are!

Please bring the following:

Class B uniform or yellow shirt

Work gloves

Hat, sun glasses, sun screen

sturdy shoes

light pants would be better as poison ivy should already be growing

a reaching grabber (if you have one)

garbage bags

water for drinking and light snack

hand sanitizer

rain gear if necessary

conn jam

conn jam pinewood finals

ice cream

field day


633 Cub Spring Family Campout

Camp Pomperaug
Saturday 5/22 - Sunday 5/23
10am to 10am

Spend the weekend with your 633 family up at beautiful camp Pomperaug.  Lunch dinner and Sunday breakfast will be included.  Hiking, fun, games, campfire, friends.  This is an even surely not to be missed.... its what scouting is all about

🏕 ❤️ 

PS. this is for the whole family bring mom , dad, siblings on this fun adventure with your scout friends.

register here




Hoyt Scout Reservation
Saturday 6/5/21   10am-3pm

BB Gun Safety
BB Shoot
Knots of Fun (Scout skills) 

The Jungle — Nature Study 

Safari Craft

Hot Dog Lunch included in the fee!

Scouts will receive a Safari hat collecting stickers to decorate it with.

BB Derby Notes:

Tigers (with a parent), Wolves, Bears and Webelos permitted to shoot. We will provide an alternate activity for Lions.

We have included safety goggles for each scout. This will avoid the need to sanitize goggles in between shoots.

extreme scouting

BB gun Derby

Sat 6/13/2020 8am-4pm
Hoyt Scout reservation
(registration closes 6/7/20)


Click here to register

family camp

Cubscout day camp

Webelos camp

July Pack Activity

Veteran stone clearing then family picnic at Foote Park
 Date TBD
St. Agnes Cemetery Branford

This is a cub scout proposed event!  

What a great idea...Lets make it a success.

Stone clearing 8-10:30 St. Agnes Cemetery Bfd.

We are asking all families to bring any items that can be used to clear grass and debris away form covered veterans foot stones.

Items such as

- spackle knife

- hand shovel or full shovel

- work gloves

- scrub brush

- flat head screwdriver

- garbage bags

- watering can

- outdoor scissors 

anything else that can be of use without scratching the stone

Personal items also necessary

- class B t shirt

- sunscreen

- hat

- water

- protective eye wear

- personal first aid kit

Our goal is for each family attending to uncover at least 2 veterans stones.  If at least 10 families attend that will be 20 veterans honored.... that would be wonderful.

Picnic 11-1 Foote park Branford

please bring 

-bagged picnic lunch and drinks for your family 

-something to sit on (like a blanket)

-class B uniform



-any outdoor games to play and share

-a ball for gaga ball (one of our scouts built a pit there :)

-maybe a remote control car to battle ball in the gaga ball pit. caution it may get bumped up.

August 633 Pack/Family Activity
Baseball game
and optional campover
Saturday, August, 10 , 2019

Enjoy with your whole family a great night of baseball, watch a movie, and then get a really cool opportunity to camp out on the field.

To register print out the below document, fill out, then snap a pic and email it to the address on the form.

Registration Form

Catholic scouting

cub day event - land only
Sat 8/17/19