Scout and Guide Programs

Girl Guides Programs (Sparks, Brownies, Girl Guides)

Local Community Badge - Connect with the people, places and things that surround you. Discover how your communities work, and find your own place and space within them. In this theme you can…  

Visit the Museum with your guiding group as an important place in your community and fulfill this badge!  Tour with activity is $5.00 per girl, 1.5 - 2 hours

 

Canadian Connections Badge -  Discover what connects our diverse Canadian mosaic from coast to coast to coast. Explore Canadian heritage and discover amazing women from Canada who have made and continue to make history. Find out what connects us from community to community, and explore what citizenship means in Canada. 

Visit the Museum with your guiding group to explore Canadian heritage and fulfill this badge!  Tour with activity is $5.00 per girl, 1.5 - 2 hours

Scouts Programs (Beavers, Cubs)

Beavers

Beaver Scouts can fulfill the following activities in program areas at the Museum or use the Museum exhibit hall as meeting area to fulfill any of the activities in the program areas.

Camp-out Training - set up your sleeping bag and camping gear for an indoor camp out inside the Museum!

- Program area -  Ringtails Hollow: Environment and the Outdoors 

Nature Detectives - go on a hike around the Museum grounds and find all of the plants, birds and animals that are around you, record your discoveries!

- Program Area – Ringtails Hollow: Environment and the Outdoors

Cubs

Cub Scouts can fulfill the following program areas at the Museum or use the Museum exhibit hall as meeting area to fulfill any of the activities in the program areas.

Message from the Past - come to the Museum to hide your puzzle pieces in a dig site on the grounds and learn about the archaeological artifacts from a local site in the Museums collection

- Program Area - Bagheera’s Hunting Grounds : Environment

Good Turn WeekFREE activity that helps the Museum!  Help the Champlain Trail Museum during the last week of April by doing a Spring clean up the Museum grounds.  While doing this activity you can have a picture taken of yourself and any odd items that you find to fulfill the activity “Tales from the Wall of Weird” which is also part of the Citizenship program area.

- Program Area – Elephant Turf : Citizenship

*Contact the Museum for pricing for Scout Programs*

  
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