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Girl Scout Programs for Brownies

Dinosaur Detectives

Event Date: October 4th, 2014 and February 21, 2015
Min/Max Capacity: 10/20
Time: 10am-12pm
Location: U-M Museum of Natural History
Fee: $10/girl
Outcomes Met: D2, D4

Take a dinosaur tour of the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History and see real fossils before you learn how to create one.  You’ll learn about carnivores and herbivores, and what dinosaurs used for protection.  You’ll also get to make your own set of Stegosaurus back plates that you can wear!

Unbelievable Bugs

Event Date: April 11, 2015
Min/Max Capacity: 10/20
Time: 10am-12pm
Location: U-M Museum of Natural History          
Fee: $10/girl
Outcomes Met:  D2, C5, T1

What are bugs, really? In the University of Michigan’s Butterfly Garden, you’ll spy different insects, learn about the life cycle of a butterfly and find out how insects view the world. You’ll even get to create your own bug!

Girl Scout Programs for Juniors

Where the Wild Things Live

Event Date: Nov. 8, 2014
Min/Max Capacity: 10/20
Time: 10am-12pm
Location: U-M Museum of Natural History
Fee: $10/girl
Outcomes Met:  D2, D4, C5

Learn all about animals and where they live!  You’ll explore the Michigan Wildlife exhibits at the Museum.  Learn about endangered animals and protecting animal habitats.  You’ll even make your own habitat diorama!

Gardening Galore

Event Date: May 9, 2015
Min/Max Capacity: 10/20
Time: 10am-12pm
Location: U-M Museum of Natural History
Fee: $10/girl
Outcomes Met:  D3, D4, C2, C5, T1

Design your own garden, find out what butterflies like to eat and more at this fun-filled event! You’ll also learn about native versus nonnative plants and get your hands dirty when you assist the Butterfly Garden’s staff in caring for the garden.

Girl Scout Programs for Cadettes

Night at the Museum 

Event Date: March 14, 2015
Min/Max Capacity: 10/20
Time: 6-8pm
Location: U-M Museum of Natural History
Fee: $10/girl
Outcomes Met:  D2, D5, C5

Explore the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History at night!  Learn about the night sky in the Museum’s planetarium.  Learn about animals that are active at night. You’ll dissect a cow’s eye and learn why some animals have good night vision.  

Want to visit the Museum for a dinosaur tour or planetarium show?

If you would like to schedule a tour or planetarium program for your troop, submit a reservation form online, or call 734.764.0480.