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DAR Museum

My Family Story

Who: Girl Scout Brownies and Juniors

When: This program will be available in the spring of 2014, select Saturdays and Weekdays

Where: DAR Museum
1776 D Street NW
Washington, DC 20006

Explore your family story by researching your name and learning about youe family traditions.  Share your story by making a family tree and crest and through storytelling.  Fulfills badge requirements for new My Family Story Girl Scout Brownie program and 3 requirements for old "My Heritage" Girl Scout Junior Program.  5 girls minimum - 15 girls maximum.

Fees: $10
Includes supplies, DAR Museum patches, and Program badge

To Register: Call 202-879-3240 OR email museum@dar.org at least two weeks in advance

Colonial Doll

Who: Girl Scout Daisies and Brownies

When: November – May, select Saturdays and Weekdays

Where: DAR Museum
1776 D Street NW
Washington, DC 20006

Learn about life as a colonial child through an interactive tour, and then make a clothes pin doll like children did in earlier times.  Fulfills part of the "Puppets, Doll, and Plays", "Lets Pretend", and "Listening to the Past" Try-Its. 5 girls minimum - 15 girls maximum.

Fees: $8
Includes supplies and DAR Museum patch

To Register: Call 202-879-3240 OR email museum@dar.org at least two weeks in advance

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