Brownies

Celebrate our Great State

New Jersey is a unique state with a diverse population whose immigrants have brought a variety of ceremonies, songs, and symbols that scouts can enjoy in celebration of our great state. Come to Macculloch Hall Historical Museum to see 19th-century musical instruments and hear how music has captured the mood of the state and nation in times of sadness and joy.  Scouts “scout out” symbols and learn about American symbol maker and late- 19th-century American artist and political cartoonist, Thomas Nast (1840-1902).  While at the Museum, discover how Macculloch Hall went from a family home to a historic landmark, prepare for a parade, and learn how to properly fold the American flag. A 10-minute snack break is built into the program; please bring a nut-free snack for each girl.

Award earnedGirl Scout Brownie Celebrating Community Badge

Length of Program: 2 hours

Scout Fee: $7; Adult Fee: $7

Minimum:  12 girls & adults

Pen, Ink and Paintings

Girls begin their visit to Macculloch Hall Historical Museum with a walk through the garden for inspiration. Then, they will spend time painting “with” and from nature to create a landscape painting. Enjoy a guided tour of Macculloch Hall’s 19th-century rooms, discovering portraits and paintings throughout the house. Leaders will receive materials for a mural painting project that girls can complete at the next troop meeting. A 10-minute snack break is built into the program; please bring a nut-free snack for each girl.  Available Fall and Spring.

Award earned Girl Scout Brownie Painting Badge

Scout Fee: $10; Adult Fee: $7

Minimum:  12 girls & adults