Seven different merit badges will be offered this spring - Citizenship in the Community, Family Life, Genealogy, Medicine, Personal Fitness, Personal Management, and Scouting Heritage. Click this link to view the listing, get the registration form or see each merit badge's prerequisits.
Brush up on your camp cooking skills! At the May 2 S'mores with Juliette, we'll be working with pie irons over the camp fire. This event is for both girls and boys. You don't have to be a Scout to participate. Bring your family. We'll start at 6:30p. Cost is $4 per person. For details, click here. RSVP to Stephanie Weiger at email@example.com.
Re-live those wonderful memories from camp of songs around a campfire on May 9! Bring your old camp song books, your fellow Boy Scouters and Girl Scouters from the good old days, and head to the North Star Museum! S’mores and refreshments provided. Starts at 6:30p. $4 per person. Forward this invitation to your friends. Be sure to RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
On Monday, May 12, come take a "walk on the wild side" with the Minnesota Department of Resources' Moose Research Team. The team will share their amazing stories of high adventure, latest data and hopes for the future of wildlife in Minnesota. The program begins at noon and ends at 1:30 p.m. Ask your friends to join us. Forward them this invitation.
Cost for this lecture is $10/person, and includes a light lunch. RSVP to Shirley Del la Torre at 651-748-2880 or email@example.com.
On Thursday, June 12, Stacy A. Cordery, author of the critically acclaimed biography on Girl Scout Founder Juliette Gordon Low, has made a special stop at the museum. Stacy will share her research on Juliette's life and why it was so important to tell her story. The program begins at noon and ends at 1:30 p.m. Here are the details. Ask your friends to join us.
Cost is $10/person and includes a light lunch. RSVP to Stephanie Weiger at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wait! There's a new special Pause feature for the June 12 event -- an evening lecture and book signing featuring Stacy Cordery will be held from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at Richfield Evangelical Lutheran Church at 8 West 60th Street. RSVP is required to Stephanie at email@example.com. Cost is $2.00 and includes coffee and cake.
Give ‘camping out’ a new spin with an overnight campout at the North Star Museum of Boy Scouting & Girl Scouting!
You bring your sleeping bag and a sense of adventure and we do the rest!
Our ‘camp counselors’ have the girls and boys busy, busy with all kinds of fun activities and crafts that include campfire with s’mores, songs, skits, Pinewood Derby track, a movie and more! Then it’s lights out to sleep in the gallery in sleeping bags and tents. IN the morning it’s more activities and crafts, a pancake breakfast and take home souvenirs!
This event can be customized to fit your Scouting unit's needs!
An absolute bargain at just $35 per person and a GREAT way for troops and families to bond and have fun! (And this is a great event for little campers who are camping for the first time!)
The scheduled weekends for “Overnight at the Museum” are: April 26 – 27 (filled); May 3 – 4 (filled); June 28 – 29 (filled); July 19 – 20 (filled); October 4 – 5; November 15 – 16; and December 6 – 7.
Contact Shirley at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your groups camping adventure.
Other details to answer any questions you might have: A $50 non-refundable deposit (which goes towards your total due) secures your date. There is a minimum of 10 people with 1 adult for every 5 kids.
The museum has just the course for you -- Boy Scout History for New Leaders. Scouting takes pride in it's 104-year history of teaching young boys and men its time-tested values. Come to the museum and discover how each generation carried on the tradition, and how you will make history. For more information, contact Claudia Nicholson at email@example.com.
You don't have to wait until next year to give to the Museum. Join other like-minded individuals who believe in our mission. Become a sustainer by giving as little as $10 per month. You can set it up your sustaining membership, or give a child a yearly membership to Club Bruce ($35). It's easy as indicating Club Bruce and the child's name and contact information in the designation area. Click here to go to the Museum page on the GiveMN.org website.
“Club Bruce,” our NEW Jr. Museum Membership for kids is a big hit! Any child up to 11 years old can join, and it's just $35 a year.
Kids love the Bruce the Moose Adventure Pack with a reflective backpack, water bottle, moose plush, and compass/whistle/flashlight!
Parents love the membership benefits like discounts on merchandise in the gift shop, discounts on programs and meetings, and invitations to members only events!
BOTH kids and parents will love the quarterly newsletter, “Moose News”, that goes out to all Club Bruce members with information about moose and other Minnesota wildlife, the environment, events at the museum, milestones in Scouting history, etc. Click here to see the Spring issue.
And here’s something REALLY COOL. We are sharing a percentage of the proceeds from all Club Bruce memberships with the Moose Research Project of the Minnesota DNR. This is a team of researchers committed to saving our Minnesota moose and trying to discover why the Minnesota populations of moose are dropping.
Club Bruce is a great educational tool for parents, teachers and Scout leaders, and also makes a wonderful gift for that special kid or little Boy Scout or Girl Scout!
Be a part of the adventure! Join Club Bruce TODAY! Contact Shirley (Bruce’s assistant!) at firstname.lastname@example.org