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Her Story: Women in Action - The Lyceum: Alexandria's History Museum

Mar 16, 2013 - Mar 16, 2013

Age Groups: D,B (click for more information)

Who: Girl Scout Daisies and Brownies

When: March 16, 2013
Session I: 1:30-2:40pm
Session II: 3:00-4:10pm

Where: The Lyceum: Alexandria’s History Museum
201 South Washington Street
Alexandria, VA 22314

Girl Scout Brownies and Daisies will participate in hands-on activities and a service project.  They will learn about programs helping women today in our community and talk with a panel of former Girl Scouts and discover how scouting empowered them.  Girls and adults will add their own future goals to a timeline of Juliette Gordon Low’s story and participate in a service project helping women. 

Participants will be asked to bring an item to donate to the Alexandria Domestic Violence Safehouse; a list of suggested items will be provided before the event. 

Fees: Girl $6
Adult $6
Tagalong Please inquire.

Lyceum patches available for $3 in the museum shop.  Please contact The Lyceum’s Education Coordinator to reserve patches for your troop in advance.

To register: Please visit www.alexandriahistory.org or call The Lyceum at 703-746-4994

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