Sunday, February 28, 2010

Seuss on the Loose Program on Saturday, May 1 for Daisy Scouts at Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden

Girl Scouts of Central & Western Massachusetts Council is hosting a Seuss on the Loose Program for Daisy Scouts at the Springfield Museums and Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden on Saturday, May 01, from 1 to 4 p.m. Juliette Scouts in grades K & 1 may also register.
Program: Dr. Seuss is known for creating many silly characters; but in telling their tales he improved the world in which we live. Issues like protecting the environment (The Lorax), bullying and self-image (The Sneetches) are still important today.
The afternoon will consist of Seussian art activities, story time and scavenger hunts exploring the Seuss exhibit galleries as well as the Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden.
It will be a fun and silly afternoon with a significant message for girls.
Dress for the weather.
Daisy Scouts will receive a participation patch.
Troops and individual Scouts may register. Troops must follow safety-wise rules. Individual Scouts must attend with an adult.
Event # 4770
Registration cost is $10 per Scout. Leaders and adults must pay $7.
Registration will end on April 10 or when 100 Scouts have registered.
To register, visit the central & Western Massachusetts Council Web site, fill out the online registration form, and pre-pay with a credit card.

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