Jewelry Workshop at the Square-Great Falls (Grades 2-5)
Want more sparkle in your life? Try making jewelry! It's easy and inexpensive to do. Girl Scouts will learn a variety of jewelry techniques that lend to making one-of-a kind pieces at home on your own! Using the museum galleries for inspiration, Girl Scouts will make everything from pins, to necklaces and bracelets. Traditional and experimental techniques will be covered in this session.
Jewelry is found in almost every culture on the planet. Many cultures use jewelry as symbols. It's sometimes worn simply as decoration, or it can hold great meaning. You don't need expensive gemstones to make great jewelry.
All of the requirements for the Junior Jeweler badge will be covered at this workshop. Space is limited, and this program will fill quickly. Sign up soon so you don't miss out on a wonderful afternoon of jewelry making.
Not a Girl Scout? Not a problem! Any girl can register as a Girl Scout and attend this event.
This program is made possible by a partnership with the Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art Education Department.
Please note that tagalongs are not allowed at this event.
This event is open to girls in grades 2-5 and supervising adults.
Registration deadline: March 21
Girl min/max: 5/12
Adult min/max: 1/3