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Hours of Operation:

The Girl Scouts of Black Diamond Council's shop in Charleston, WV (Kanawha County) is operating on a weekly schedule. Weekly schedules are being determined in accordance with the county color map.

  • Green: Open
  • Yellow: Open 
  • Gold: Open by Appointment
  • Orange: Open by Appointment
  • Red: Closed

We will post the operating status for each week on Mondays mornings. If you have questions about our hours of operation, please contact our Customer Care Team

Week of 11/30/20: The shop is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday this week. This Thursday, December 3, we are closed for a Winter Staff Meeting. 

If you are a planning a visit to our shop, please be aware that we are closed daily from 1 to 2 p.m. for lunch. Customers must wear a face mask when inside the building. A limit of three customers will be permitted in the shop at a time. Public restrooms are not available. 

Additionally, the shop and office are closed from  December 24 to January 1 for the holidays. The office will reopen January 4. Check back at that time for a shop update!

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Did you know you can shop anytime? Our online store is always open. Purchases made online help provide services and programs to girls in our local council.

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It’s always a good idea to call ahead to verify shop hours before making a trip! 304-345-7722, 800-756-7616 or shop@bdgsc.org.

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Adult Starter Kit order form

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Fun Patches!

You can shop the Black Diamond Council , shop online for Girl Scout specific patches or if you can’t find what you are looking for, take a look at the catalog. Fill out our order form for in store and catalog selections.

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Usage of the Girl Scout Trademarks and Logos on merchandise is not permitted. 

Unauthorized usage of the Girl Scout name and trademarks may result in diminished value of the Girl Scout brand.  To ensure optimum brand identity, we need to be clear and consistent about the messages our products and designs convey to Girl Scouts, non-Girl Scouts and potential Girl Scouts. Therefore, everyone in Girl Scouting has a role in protecting the Girl Scout name and trademarks against unauthorized, inconsistent and unlicensed use.