Girl Member Price: $23; Adult Member Price $0
Location: Minneapolis, MN
Registration Closes Dec 21
Grades 2-3: Come to the American Swedish Institute for a tour of the Turnblad Mansion and an exploration of cultural identity. After the tour, Brownie Girl Scouts will have a chance to share their own family story and cultural identity through creating a pop-up museum! Before the program, participants will receive a handout with questions to discuss with their family to help prepare for the program.
Included: My Family Story badge
Adult/Youth Ratio: Adult chaperones are required to register and attend with youth members. Please limit adult registration and attendance to 1-2 adults for every 10 youth.
Payment details: This event has a minimum deposit. Deposits are non-refundable and non-transferrable. Full payment is due by registration close date.
If you are planning to request financial assistance, please pay the minimum deposit with a credit card and select Financial Aid as a payment type. After registering, visit girlscoutsrv.org/financial-assistance to submit your financial assistance application.
If you are planning to pay using program credits, please pay the minimum deposit with a credit card and select Program Credits as a payment type. To submit Program Credits, visit volunteers.girlscoutsrv.org/program-credit-redemption-form/.
Cancellations: See our full Camp and Event Registration and Cancellation Policy at girlscoutsrv.org/policies (Updated January 2022)
The deposit from your cancelled event cannot be transferred, nor refunded. To receive a refund, less the non-transferable/non-refundable deposit, we must receive your cancellation notice by the posted cancellation deadline (30 days prior to the program start date). To cancel your registration, submit the Events & Camp Cancellation Form.