Girl Scouts Day for Juniors: The Three Musketeers


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Encore Stage & Studio offers a variety of special Scout experience packages. These packages will allow scouts to not only see a production, but also participate in a workshop specially designed to meet selected badge and adventure requirements while exploring theater as an art form.

On March 1, 2020, Girl Scout Juniors are invited to workshop and production featuring The Three Musketeers, which will enable them to fulfill requirements for their Journey: Agent of Change.

In this fun and classic tale, D’Artagnan, an impoverished French nobleman, has left home to join the Musketeers of the Guard. His travels lead him to three famous musketeers; Athos, Porthos, and Aramis, who rope him into their devilish plot to kidnap the King’s most favorite dog.

What: Girl Scouts Day for Juniors: The Three Musketeers
When: March 1, 2020; find the time(s) here
Where: Gunston Arts Center, 2700 S Lang St., Arlington, VA 22206
Event Details: Find them here

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Disclaimer/Terms: This opportunity is subject to last-minute cancellations; always confirm by calling/clicking.

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