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Scout Days at the Nature Center

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Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts can now complete their badges, achievements, and journeys with the help of a naturalist at the City of Farmington Hills Nature Center. Scout Saturdays take place once a month from September through May. Each session is filled with interactive activities and outdoor time designed to meet Scouting requirements.


Sept. 29: Brownies – Bugs


Oct. 20: Webelos - Forester


Nov. 17: Bears - Wildlife


Jan. 19: Webelos - Artist


Feb. 16: Brownies - Senses


Mar. 16: Webelos - Naturalist


Apr. 20: Brownies - Hiker


May 18: 10 - 11:30 a.m. Juniors - Flowers


The fee is $7 per Scout per program. Pre-registration is required one week in advance and can be done at the Costick Center or online at https://recreg.fhgov.com. A drop-in option is not available for this program. Please make sure Scouts are dressed for the weather and exploring outdoors.


In addition to the topics offered during Scout Saturdays, private Scout programs of various topics can be reserved at the Nature Center. Programs are available after school or on weekends. Please call the Nature Center to find out what additional badges are offered and to reserve a date. Scout leaders are responsible for purchasing actual badges or patches. 


The Farmington Hills Nature Center is located in Heritage Park at 24915 Farmington Road, between 10 and 11 Mile Roads. Call the Nature Center at 248-477-1135 or email asimons@fhgov.com for more information about upcoming Nature Center programs.

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