Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) has partnered with Mystic Aquarium for a Girl Scout Aquarium Takeover on Sunday, March 6th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (last admission is at 2 p.m.). GSSNE welcomes families, friends, and Girl Scouts of all ages
Girl Scouts of Southeastern New England (GSSNE) has partnered with Mystic Aquarium for a Girl Scout Aquarium Takeover on Sunday, March 6th from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (last admission is at 2 p.m.). GSSNE welcomes families, friends, and Girl Scouts of all ages to attend.
Girls and their families will be able to explore the aquarium, enjoy the sea lion show, and visit the program table to participate in fun badge earning activities for all age levels. These badge-earning activities will focus on learning about species within the aquarium, marine environmental issues, and how to become an eco-advocate. There will also be a GSSNE recruitment table for more information on joining Girl Scouts or to sign-up the day of the event!
Participants are required to pre-register for a time slot, the last admission time is 2 p.m. The cost is $20 per person. Masks are required for entry to the facility for everyone over the age of two, both indoors and outdoors. Mystic can host hundreds of people per time slot for the Girl Scout takeover event, and GSSNE would love to see you there! Current Girl Scouts who are attending are encouraged to wear their uniform!
There are five different time slots to register for, registration closes on February 16th.
“We have been partnering with Mystic Aquarium throughout this troop year to provide amazing programs for our Girl Scouts. Participants have had the opportunity to learn about marine strandings and veterinary sciences, explore the importance of sharks in the ecosystem, get hands on experience with what it’s like to be a marine scientist, and get up close and personal with many of the aquarium’s favorite species. GSSNE is excited to continue our partnership with Mystic Aquarium to support and encourage Girl Scouts to explore, experience, and learn about the natural world around them,” said Cassie Audette, Senior Manager of Girl Experience.
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