Museum of the Rockies Scout Day 2017 - Bozeman (K-5)
Where can you walk with dinosaurs, explore your animal senses, become part of a jungle habitat, and learn about ancient crocodile predators? The Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman, MT!
At SCOUT DAY 2017: MESOZOIC MONSTERS, girls and their families will discover all of this and more as they explore the museum and connect with Girl Scouts from all over the region. Interactive stations, presentations, and Planetarium shows will help scouts complete badges and belt loops as they explore the Museum’s changing exhibition, Crocs: Ancient Predators in a Modern World.
Scouts from around the region, as well as non-scouts, are invited to attend. Scouts may come as a pack or troop, or individually with families. This is a family and friends event. Girls need to be accompanied by an adult. Groups are responsible for their own lodging and transportation.
This program is free to scouts and families who are members of MOR. Non-museum members who are active members of the Cub Scouts or Girl Scouts will receive a special discount of $6.50 per Scout and $9.50 per registered Adult. Regular MOR pricing of $9.50 per youth and $14.50 per adult applies for non-members who are not scouts. Children ages 4 and under are free.
The first 400 registered participants will receive a participation patch. Pizza lunch will be available for $1 per slice.
Pre-registration is required by February 24, 2017. Late registrations will not receive the program discount. Registration for this event can be done online through MOR's event registration system.
Scout Day 201: Mesozoic Monsters is presented by Museum of the Rockies in partnership with the Girl Scouts of Montana and Wyoming and the Boy Scouts of America, Montana Council.
About Museum of the Rockies ( MOR)
Museum of the Rockies is both a college-level division of Montana State University and an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit institution. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums, MOR is one of just 776 museums to hold this distinction from the more than 17,500 museums nationwide. The Museum is also a Smithsonian Institution affiliate and a federal repository for fossils.
Using the past and present, Museum of the Rockies inspires life-long learning in science, history, culture, and art; advances knowledge through collections, research and discovery; and presents engaging, vibrant exhibits and programming. MOR brings the world to Montana and Montana to the world.
For more information visit museumoftherockies.org.