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Cherry Hill Farmhouse Girl Scout Day: Making Games


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Cherry Hill Farm is a restored mid-19th-century house, complete with a barn and outbuildings. In addition to special programs and tours, they also host a variety of community events.

On November 3, 2018, join them for Girl Scout Day! On this special day, they will lead Brownies through all the steps needed to earn their “Making Games” badge.

Have a Scout? Check out this dedicated Facebook group: Scouting Events & Activities in NOVA.

Scouts will enjoy a tour of the farmhouse, the chance to participate in a scavenger hunt, and learn about a variety of old-fashioned parlor games. Girls will also create their own parlor games and invent a sport using Victorian-era toys.

To register, contact the Falls Church Community Center at (703) 248-5077 and mention activity code 0493.

The Cherry Hill Farmhouse is located at 312 Park Ave., Falls Church, VA 22046.

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