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Did you know Hastings Museum offers programs – including overnighters – for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Brownies?

We do!

Our education staff has several programs already developed and are willing to work with your group in an attempt to satisfy additional requirements your group would like to achieve.

Achievements, Belt loops and Badges

Included here are the achievements, belt loops and badges we currently offer:

Brownies: Bugs, Senses, Painting, Home Scientist, Letterboxer, Making Games, Potter

Juniors: Flowers, Detectives, Animal Habitats, Drawing, Playing the Past, Gardener, Jeweler

Cadettes: Night Owl, Special Agent, Trees

Girl Scouts: GirlScout Leader Flier

Cub Scouts: Art, Astronomy, Geology, Language and Culture, Map and Compass, Nutrition, Science, Wildlife Conservation, Weather

Boy Scouts: Archaeology, Art, Astronomy, Geology, Indian Lore, Mammal Study, Weather

Scout Program Info

Girl Scouts

Overnighters

When: Call to schedule

Cost: Security deposit, $27 per person. Cost includes badge activity stations, snacks, 2D or 3D film, planetarium show, games, and breakfast.

Capacity: Minimum 100 people

Chaperones: 1 adult to 5 scouts

Day Programs

When: Call to schedule. Brownie programs are 2 hours. Junior and Cadette programs are 3 hours.

Cost: $8 per Brownie, $12 per Junior and Cadette, $6 per adult

Capacity: Minimum 5 scouts, Maximum 25 scouts

Boy Scouts

Overnighters

When: Call to schedule

Cost: Security deposit, $27 per person. Cost includes badge activity stations, snacks, 2D or 3D film, planetarium show, games, and breakfast.

Capacity: Minimum 100 people

Chaperones: 1 adult to 5 scouts

Day Programs

When: Call to schedule. Cub Scout programs are 2 hours. Boy Scout programs are 3 hours.

Cost: $8 per Cub Scout, $12 per Boy Scout, $6 per adult

Capacity: Minimum 5 scouts, Maximum 25 scouts

To sign-up for a Day Program or Overnighter call our Education Curator Russanne Hoff at education@hastingsmuseum.org or 402.461.2399.



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