We’ve designed special one-hour scout historical programs that immerse your Scouts in mystery, adventure and skill-building experiences. Each program fulfills a badge or elective adventure requirement.
1886 Jailhouse Museum Visits for Brownies and Cub Scouts
This one-hour visit gives Cub Scouts and Brownie Girl Scouts an up-close look at the life of the County sheriff and his family in the mid-20th century. A visit will fulfill Cub Scout Tiger Elective Adventure: Tiger Tales #7; Wolf Elective Adventure: Collections and Hobbies #3; and Brownie Girl Scout Citizen-Celebrating Community Badge.
Wolf Cub Scout Elective Adventure: Collections and Hobbies
This one-hour visit helps Wolf Cub Scouts learn more about building, organizing and sharing collections, and will fulfill Wolf Elective Adventures #3 and #6. Handouts with suggestions to complete the adventure at home are provided. This program is limited to one Wolf Cub Scout Den and their adults at a time, and may be scheduled during regular meetings.
Junior Girl Scout “Mystery in the Museum”
In this one-hour adventure, Junior Girl Scouts are called to the scene of a robbery at the 1889 Courthouse Museum. As a team, they will complete activities and put clues together to discover who the culprit is! This program fulfills the requirements for the Junior Girl Scout Detective Badge, and may be scheduled during regular meetings.