New Jersey Scout Museum Open House

As we commemorate the tenth anniversary of the New Jersey Scout Museum, you are invited to join us on Saturday October 4 from 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm and Sunday October 5, 2014 from 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm for this celebratory open house.

The NJSM currently features a series of exhibits that document the history of Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts in New Jersey, presenting comparisons of parallel programs such as Boy Scout Sea Scouts and Girl Scout Mariners. Also on exhibit are materials documenting the origins of the NJSM and one of our founders Dave Wolverton; and exhibits from our Ann Nally collection showcasing her national role in Cub Scouting.  These exhibits were originally unveiled as part of the grand reopening of NJSM in 2013.

Linking our anniversary to commemoration of the NJ350, the NJSM will present programs at 6:00 pm Saturday evening October 4,  and 4:00 pm Sunday afternoon October 5 that feature New Jersey’s role in the national Scouting movement; including the Order of the Arrow and the Eisner uniform factory in Red Bank.

Please RSVP for your family or unit to 732.862.1282.

Checkout our website for information or call with questions 732.862.1282