Cub Scout Carpentry Crews
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Cub Scout Carpentry Crew is a program designed to assist packs in completing their handbook achievements. Packs begin by gathering at the Waterhouse Residence Museum for a tour and continue on to visit the Carpentry Shop Museum. Scouts will learn about the shop, tools inside, and review tool safety. Scouts will also make and take home a project!

 Wolf Carpentry Crew  “Tools for Fixing and Building” + “Visit Historic Location”
Scouts gather at the Waterhouse Residence Museum for a tour and continue on to the Carpentry Shop Museum. Scouts will learn about the shop and the tools inside including: plane, draw knife, brace and bit (drill), hand saw, scroll saw, hammer and sanding blocks. Scouts are shown how to use pliers and thedifference between the screwdrivers and screws. Scouts will also learn how to use a hammer.
Project: Scouts build a birdhouse to take home
Program Cost: Scouts: $17.00, Adults: $3.00
Maximum: 20 scouts, 10 chaperones
Duration: 1.5-2 hours approximately 

 

Bear Carpentry Crew “Sawdust and Nails ”
Scouts gather at the Waterhouse Residence Museum for a tour and continue on to the Carpentry Shop Museum. Scouts will learn how to take care of four of the following: hammer, saw, brace and bit (drill), clamp, plane, pliers, wrench. Scouts will use two of the tools listed above to fix something.
Project: Scouts build a toolbox to take home
Program Cost: Scouts: $17.00, Adults: $3.00

Maximum: 20 scouts, 10 chaperones
Duration: 2 hours approximately

 

Webelos Carpentry Crew “Craftsman”
This program is for Scouts who have previously visited and are familiar with the Carpentry Shop. A Waterhouse tour can be added for troops who have not previously visited to familiarize themselves with the museums. Scouts gather at the Carpentry Shop Museum to review tools and tool safety. Scouts will use a hand drill and coping saw. Scouts will complete project on their own under adult supervision and with instructions.
Project: Napkin holder and a special project
Program Cost: Scouts: $17.00, Add tour of Waterhouse Residence Museum: $2.00/scout, $3.00/adult
Maximum: 20 scouts, 10 chaperones
Duration: 1.5-2 hours approximately

 

To sign up for programs, or for more information, contact education@artandhistory.orgThis e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or 407-539-2181.

 


To see more programs for Kids, Teens & Families click on the links below.

HATS, TEAS & HISTORY

GIRL SCOUTS

CARPENTRY CREW: (GRADES: 2-6)

 
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