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    Girl Scout Festival: A Centennial Celebration

    Presented by at Norman Rockwell Museum

    September 22, 2012


    Girl Scout Festival: A Centennial Celebration

    Enjoy an afternoon celebrating the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts of America. At 2 p.m., meet the founder of the Girl Scouts of America Juliette Gordon Low as portrayed by actress Kate Carney. Discover Norman Rockwell's ties to the Girl Scouts of America in a special gallery tours at 1pm and 3pm. Throughout the afternoon, enjoy painting watercolor outdoors on the museum's scenic 36 acre campus and connect to horses with Ken Whelihan of the Berkshire Equestrian Center, who will demonstrate basic grooming and care with a live horse on the museum grounds. During your visit, enjoy a walk through Norman Rockwell's studio, take a closer look at the work of golden age illustrator Howard Pyle, and relax at our terrace cafe!

    Norman Rockwell Museum

    9 Route 183
    Stockbridge, MA 01262

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    Admission Info:

    $5 per scout or scout leader in uniform or with an active Girl Scouts of America membership card, all others free with museum admission.

    Phone: 413-298-4100

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