OSV Scout Day: “The Legend of Sleepy HollowLives on … in 1830”
Saturday, November 6, from 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Old Sturbridge Village
This fall event is for Girl Scouts, Boy Scouts, and their families who want to learn about America’s past. It was in 1820 that Washington Irving’s The Legend of Sleepy Hollow was first published, thrilling audiences with its mystery, action, and horror! This ghoulish short story tells the tale of a Hessian soldier who comes back to haunt a small rural community while looking for the head that he lost during a Revolutionary War battle.
Learn about this tale and its time through storytelling, demonstrations and hands-on activities.
Program Levels: Daisies through Ambassadors, and Juliette Scouts in grades K-12
Sign-up by: November 5
Cost: $7 per Scout ($10 includes patch) $7 per Leader and adult volunteer (NOTE: only 1 adult per Scout. Additional adults are $20.)
To Register: Visit www.osv.org or contact Kathy Kime at 508-347-0335.
There is no minimum or maximum required for this event.