Programs at the Stamford Museum & Nature Center aim to bridge the relationship that exists between the natural sciences. Join us to explore topics that fulfill journey, badge, try-it, elective or pin requirements.
1-2 hours in length
Programs can be booked after
school, on selected school
holidays and Sundays
$9/scout (minimum 10 scouts or
$80 per workshop); no charge for
Scout troops may also register for any of our hour-long school programs, which include natural history, social studies, planetarium and farm education topics. Learn more.
Scout Program: Water Wonders Scout Day
Sunday, April 30, 1 - 4 pm
Scouts of all ages can join us for this hands-on day of exploring water habitats, their inhabitants, and ways that we can help to keep our water sources healthy. We'll explore the vernal pool and stream habitats, meet some animals that live in and rely on water, perform some awesome water experiments, and complete a scavenger hunt in our Powerful yet Fragile: Connecticut's
Waterways photography exhibition in the
Stamford Museum. Scouts will rotate through
activities in small groups. To register, please
e-mail Lisa Monachelli, Director of Education,
at email@example.com. Limited
enrollment. Scouts may register individually or
with their troop/pack.
Fees: $9/scout | Troop/den leaders: Free |
Additional adults: $2/each
Girl Scout Programs
The Stamford Museum & Nature Center offers programs for Daisies, Brownies and Juniors that fulfill petal, try-it and badge requirements. We can also work with groups on programs for the new National Leadership Journeys.
Petals: Using Resources Wisely, Make the World a Better Place
Journey Awards: Golden Honey Bee Award, Clover Award, Birdbath Award
Try-its: Animals, Earth & Sky, Eco-Explorer, Outdoor Adventurer, Plants, Science in Action, Space Explorer, Watching Wildlife, Water Explorer
Journey Awards: The Connect Key, LOVE Water, SAVE Water
Badges: Earth Connections, Finding Your Way, Plants and Animals, Rocks Rock, Sky Search, Weather Watch, Wildlife
Journey Awards: Energize Award, Investigate Award
Boy Scout Programs
Tiger: Learn about Animals; Feed the Birds; Reduce, Reuse, Recycle
Bear: Space, Weather, Farm Animals, American Indian Life
Webelos: Forester pin, Naturalist pin
For additional information contact Lisa Monachelli, Director of Education
at 203.977.6515 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.