The Weston Girl Scout Service Unit will have an Art Exhibit around the theme, “What it Means to be a Girl Scout.” The Exhibit is free to the public and will run for the month of April at the Weston Public Library community room. Original artwork will be displayed from Daisies (age 5) through Ambassadors (age 18) based on the theme.
Weston Girl Scouts will creatively illustrate what Girl Scouting means to them in various media including watercolor, oils, pastels, chalk, pen and ink, photography, pottery or ceramics, woodworking, decoupage, sculpture, recycled art, paper crafts, collage, poster art, scrapbooking, weaving, fabric art, sewing, or jewelry. Please take the time to visit the exhibit and see how meaningful Girl Scouting is to girls in our community.
To learn more about Girl Scout leadership opportunities in Weston, please contact Mary Fiore,firstname.lastname@example.org.