Step back into time to see how life was for American Girls Kirsten (1854), Kaya (1764), Felicity (1775), Addy (1864) and Caroline Abbott (1812). Mixing adventure with actual events, these historical characters bring to life important times in America. The Frontier Culture Museum of Virginia is the perfect setting for Girl Scouts to live a day in the life of their favorite historical American Girl. Hands on activities that include cooking and making items (start to finish rather than sampling) from a particular time period. This program has been designed specifically for Girl Scouts and varies from what you would see on a school or public tour in the fact that more time is allocated and the girls will be able to really immerse themselves in the daily life of the past.
Participants may attend as individuals (with sponsor/adult/parent) or troops (with appropriate number of leaders/adults). Parent/guardian or leader will need to stay during the program.
Who: D, B, J, C, S, A, Adults
Date: Saturday, April 27, 2013
Time: 9:30 AM – 4:30 PM
Place: Frontier Culture Museum, 1290 Richmond Ave., Staunton, VA (exit 222 off I-81)
Fee: $12/girl; $7/adult
Min/Max: 50 girls & adults/150 girls & adults
Patch Included: yes, for girls
Registration Opens: February 1, 2013
Registration Closes: April 17, 2013
Scholarship Deadline: April 15, 2013
To Register: Register online or send Program Registration Form (#2680) and fee (checks payable to GSVSC) to:
3663 Peters Creek Road, NW
Roanoke, VA 24019
Questions: Sylvie Peterson, 540-777-5103 or email@example.com
Note: Every participant (girls and adults) must bring a completed Health History Form (#2072). Bring a picnic lunch or money for the on-site concessions.