Sewall-Belmont House and MuseumYoung Suffragist Program
Program Level: All
The Sewall-Belmont House and Museum offers a variety of educational and fun programs for Girl Scouts of all ages. Using their unique collection of women's history artifacts, they provide hands-on learning programs about women's leadership, the suffrage movement, the equal rights movement, civil rights, and activism. Learn how women won the right to vote, make your own protest banners, and experience firsthand the story of women's heroism. The program can also be tailored to fulfill some of the badge requirements for Books and/or Folk Arts for Junior Girl Scouts.
Fee: $30/troop for up to 8 girls; $5/each for additional girls. The Folk Art activity is $45 for up to eight girls, and for each additional girl please add $10.
Where: 144 Constitution Ave., NE Washington, DC 20002
Accessible by Union Station (Red Line) and Capitol South (Blue/Orange Line).
When: Call to schedule or submit an online registration form. Programs must be booked 2-4 weeks in advance.
Register: Call 202-546-1210, ext. 17
Vendor Information: http://www.sewallbelmont.org/