You pick the day, time, and badge. There is a minimum of eight scouts required to run a private workshop. (While all badge requirements are completed, badges are NOT included). Workshops are between two and a half and three hours long.
From our Natural History gallery to our Arboretum, The Museum provides many opportunities to study animals and their habitats! Learn about endangered animals, practice observing animals from afar and make your own nest.
Do you have what it takes to be a detective? Find out as you explore our very own Museum 'mystery'! Practice breaking codes, finding clues and more!
Begin by looking at drawings from famous artists. Then learn how to draw using a variety of media and techniques. Finish by having your own 'art show' in The Museum!
Study the flowers that are blooming in our arboretum, make your own bath beads to take home, and make your own flower art. Plus see how flowers are used in different works of art in The Museum! This badge is best completed when the weather is warmer.
Start your workshop by visiting our Arboretum and/or on-site greenhouse to learn how professionals use plants in landscape design. Then practice designing your own garden as you find out what type of plants will grow well in your backyard, when they will bloom, and more. Finish by planting an indoor garden you can take home! This badge is best completed in warmer weather.
After seeing jewelry from different time periods and cultures you will get to make your own accessories to take home! Practice using wire, paper, and even t-shirts to make fun jewelry for yourself or to give away!
Playing the Past
What better place to study the past than a Museum? Learn about our 2000-year-old famous female, play games from centuries ago, and even practice the chores our ancestors had to do!
January 2, 2015
- December 31, 2015
Scouts: $15 per scout
Adults: $6 per adult
One Adult per Workshop: Free
Fees include supplies for all workshop activities and Museum admission for the day of the workshop.