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Girls Scouts of the Colonial Coast Celebrate Girl Scout Month with Exhibition at the Francis Land House Museum

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Visitors to the City of Virginia Beach can tour the beautiful early 19th- century home of Francis Land. Mr. Land was the sixth-generation of his family to live in the area. The home was once part of a large plantation that produced primarily grain crops. The house is furnished with period antiques and reproductions. Tours are led by costumed guides who relate the story of the Land family and life on a plantation. Also available for viewing are a period herb, pleasure, and vegetable garden. Visitors can take a stroll on the nearby Francis Land House history and nature trail. The house is open Tuesday through Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Sunday 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Last tour of the day is at 4:30 p.m. The house is closed on Mondays. Admission is $4.00 for adults; $3.00 for seniors; $2.00 for children over 6; free for children under 6.
Phone number: 757-385-510
To help celebrate Girl Scout Birthday month in March, there is an exhibit throughout the month of March at the Francis Land House Museum, titled, Global Friendship. The exhibit will highlight two of the Girl Guide World Centers – the Cabana in Mexico, and Sangam in India. Stories, photos and memorabilita from alumnae who have traveled to the center will be included. An opening reception was sponsored by the alumna Green Hat Society at the museum March 16.

There are also educational tours offered to Girl Scouts. Experience the 19th Century plantation site. Girl Scouts can experience the 19th Century plantation site through activities that emphasize colonial history, crafts, songs and customs. House tours are available throughout the year for active Girl Scouts at the special advance rate. Two leaders are free, Francis Land House patch included. Explore the Francis Land House patch requirements are available on site. Contact them at 431-4000.

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Including A Memorial
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Women in India wear traditional saris or Punjabi suits. Pictured in photos 12-14 is Kaylen Hopkins explaining the different parts of a Punjabi suit during a presentation to the Girl Scout Council of Colonial Coast Afterschool program.
Kaylen is showing one of the many ways to wear a dupatta, the scarf traditionally worn with the Punjabi suit. In photo 13, she discusses the blouse called a kameez. In picture 14 she shows the pleated baggy pants called salwars.

Kaylen conducted a workshop at A Place for Girls in ChesapeakeVirginia to teach girls the art of using henna. Girls drew designs on table banners using traditional templates used by women in India. The banners were placed at the Francis Land House museum as part of the Global Friendship Exhibit.

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Girls drew designs on table banners using traditional templates used by women in India. The banners were placed at the Francis Land House museum as part of the Global Friendship Exhibit.
India Photographs by taken at Sangam by lifetime Girl Scout Kaylen Hopkins. - Next Page