Join Our E-Club
You may choose from the following selection of Badge Presentations prior to your visit. Only one presentation topic will be prepared, although we may offer several sessions of that one topic, depending on the group size. In order to best serve your group, your selection needs to be confirmed NO LATER than two weeks prior to your overnight visit; in the case of multiple troops, the majority vote will decide. Although this program was designed with scouts in mind, any group, classroom or extended family can request these presentations. The same prices and group size requirements will apply.
Putting on the Play
Children can let their imaginations run wild while learning how to develop their own script or props, and then present the play in our Baseball Diamond or in their own mini theatre. Select from two plays and separate into groups to create props, build the set and apply stage make-up.
Scouts can work toward their public speaking or theatre badges.
Up to 15 children per session, up to two sessions, all ages.
Note: this presentation is available only for Overnights, since it requires more time and more use of the museum.
Nature's Beauty - Jewelry Design Workshop
We use porcupine quills, shark teeth or periwinkle shells and fine glass beads to design and make one-of-a-kind necklaces, bracelets and pendants. Children will learn about native traditions while exploring different wiring and beading techniques. Quills and shells are seasonally available, so check which materials we will have on hand when you book this presentation.
Scouts can work toward their jewelry making or folk arts badges.
Up to 26 children per session, up to three sessions, all ages.