Western Kentucky University

Kentucky Museum – Information for Scouts

Scout Information

 

Girl Scouts

The Kentucky Museum offers a variety of Girl Scout programs for Brownie, Junior, and Cadette. These include field trips to the Museum for history, cultural, and art programs. The Kentucky Museum also offers a signature patch program where Scouts learn about the history of the Museum and explore its collections. Scout Troops are also welcome to sign up for one of the Kentucky Museum’s workshops, where you can design a workshop just for your troop!

Kentucky Museum Girl Scout Signature Patch and Answer Sheet.

For more information or to schedule a field trip contact Christy Spurlock or   Lynne Ferguson or call 270-745-2594.

 

 

Boy Scouts

The Kentucky Museum offers a variety of programs for both Cub and Boy Scouts. Scouts learn about the history of the Kentucky Building and explore Kentucky Museum exhibits and collections while earning the Kentucky Library & Museum Signature Patch. Scout Troops are also welcome to schedule a field trip to tour the Kentucky Museum’s 1815 Felts Log House and the Civil War exhibit, A Star in Each Flag: Conflict in Kentucky. Field trips offer hands-on activities like trying on Civil War costume and bandaging wounds, Civil War style. If you wish to learn a craft or practice an art you can sign up for your own Kentucky Museum workshop.

Kentucky Museum Boy Scout Signature Patch and Answer Sheet.

For more information about our programs, or if you wish to schedule a field trip or workshop, contact Christy Spurlock or  Lynne Ferguson  or call 270-745-2594.

 

girl scout gourd painting workshop

 

boy scout in felt house

 Last Modified 9/17/13