Roberson Museum and Science Center invites Girl Scouts to participate in a variety of programs, which allow girls to engage and explore new worlds and possibilities. Don’t see what you’re looking for? Contact us to discuss other programming options.
Roberson Museum and Science Center is pleased to offer new and improved scout programming with many unique and engaging activities. Please be advised of the registration deadlines, as each program has a different cap of scouts and parents allowed. If you have any questions, please email Kelly Cole at: firstname.lastname@example.org, or call at 607-772-0660.
We will return Fall 2020 with more patches, programs, and more for Girl Scouts.
*There are several new, and improved badges we are offering this year at Roberson. We appreciate your patronage, previous and new, and we hope you will join us for another season of badges and patches! For more information regarding scout programs, please email our Visitor Services staff at: email@example.com, or call 607-772-0660. Please note that registrations for each program close one week prior to the program unless noted otherwise. All programs require a minimum number of scouts to run, and a program may be canceled if that number is not met. All leaders when registering will be sent a FAQ document with additional information.
**Leaders are free; additional adults attending the program pay the fee listed for the event. All programs require a minimum number of participants in order to run, and may be cancelled if that number is not met. Payment is due at the time of registration to secure spots. If you do not see a specific program listed, contact us and we can customize one for your troop!**
Working on badge or pin and think we can help? Give us a call! To design activities to meet a badge, pin or other requirements (such as the examples below), please contact Kelly Cole (firstname.lastname@example.org or 607-772-0660) to discuss possibilities.
Thanks to sponsor ACCO Brands
Funding for Roberson Museum and Science Center is provided in part by general operating support grants from the United Cultural Fund, a program of the Broome County Arts Council; The Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation and the New York State Council on the Arts.