Stark Museum offers programs for Scouts
The Stark Museum of Art is offering a special suite of programs just for Cub and Girl Scouts on Saturday, May 14, 2016 from 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Scouts and leaders who are in uniform will enter the Museum free of charge and the activities available will allow scouts to complete requirements for specific badges. An activity patch will be awarded for participation and everyone can enjoy the special exhibition, BUGS with their troop or den.
Badges that can be earned:
Girl and Cub Scouts can complete the requirement of visiting an art museum.
Webelos can expect to participate in activities relating to the Into the Wild and Aware and Care badges.
Bears can expect to check off a requirement for the Roaring with Laughter badge.
Wolves will learn about local wildlife on route to completing the Paws on the Path badge.
Tigers will learn about abstract art and create their own in line with requirements for the Stories in Shape badge.
Brownies can participate in the scavenger hunt in line with the Make a Game requirement for the A World of Girls skill-building badge.
Juniors will learn drawing techniques and skills in line with requirements for the Artist Legacy National Proficiency badge.
Cadettes will become Comic Artists in line with requirements for the Artist Legacy National Proficiency badge.
Seniors can expect to explore a collage and create a unique work of their own in line with requirements for the Artist Legacy National Proficiency badge.
For more information, visit, starkmuseum.org.