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Feb 18-19, 2017
Sleeping With The Dinosaurs

Sleeping With The Dinosaurs 2017

SLEEPING WITH THE DINOSAURS 2017

February 18-19, 2017

3 p.m. Saturday - 8:30 a.m. Sunday

Science Museum of Minnesota

                                                            120 Kellogg Blvd  St. Paul, MN  55102

                                                            $50 per person by Feb 7th

 

"Science of Sports"

Each year Sleeping With The Dinosaurs continues to grow.  Whether there are 100 or 600 Scouters at this event, it's an event that you don't want to miss!  The Science Museum is well equipped to handle our group and they do an incredible job with programming for the Scouts, the Omni Theater is always a huge hit and parents enjoy the Scouting crack-barrel provided at the end of the day!

The theme for 2017 is "The Science of Sports".  From the importance of physics and math in baseball, football, hockey and soccer, to the health ramifications of PED's and concussions, to the technology of protective sports gear, this Camp-In season is sure to be a homerun!   The Scouts will move from station to station experiencing more of what the Science Museum has to offer.

This year's event will offer 6-8 science activity stations scattered across the museum gallery spaces.  Scouts will be welcome to stay at one station or visit all 6-8...it's their choice!

But wait!  There's more to this event than the Science Stations!  Scouts will also experience interaction with other Scouts from around southern Minnesota, it's an overnight camping experience - who doesn't want to sleep with a dinosaur! There are behind the scenes tours and activities, the Omni Theater and Science Live Theater demonstrations, and of course FOOD!  There's a pizza buffet, late night snack and Sunday breakfast! 

This event begins at 3 p.m. on Saturday, February 18th and you'll be on your way home by 8:30 a.m. Sunday, February 19th.

All Lion and Tiger Cubs (kindergarten and first graders) must attend with a parent.  All other Scouts are encouraged to have a parent attend with them.

This event is a family event so siblings are welcome to attend.  All siblings must have a parent in attendance with them.

Registration and Fees

Cost for this event is $50 per person (adult and youth).  Registration can be completed by clicking the orange box to the right.  On time registration is due by February 7th. 

After February 7th the fee is $65 per person (adult and youth).

Registration closes February 13th.

Please keep in mind - due to the large number of people attending this event and the fact this event is provided to us through the Science Museum of Minnesota, registration deadlines need to be earlier than typical Scouting events.  Out of respect, please plan ahead and register early.

 

What to Bring
  • One large bag per person:  Pack your gear in a garbage, laundry or duffel bag that is labeled with your name and unit type and number.  For example:  Joe Scout; Pack 123.  All belongings should be marked to minimize the loss of items.  Please pack lightly; storage space is limited.
  • Sleeping gear:  An indoor sleeping bag or bed roll is great!  Please note: you will be sleeping on hard floors!  Foam sleeping pads are highly recommended.  You must provide your own sleeping pad or air mattress.  Due to space and safety limitations, cots or large air beds cannot be accommodated.
  • Comfortable clothing:  Layers of clothing are recommended.  Keep in mind both men and women attend this event.  Also, the Camp-In Team is comprised of men and women.  This is a camping experience so we encourage participants to sleep in their clothes.
  • Comfortable shoes:  Shoes must be worn at all times (except while sleeping).
  • Personal items:  Pillow, toothbrush, toothpaste, small towel and washcloth, face soap, and other essentials.  No shower is available.
  • Quite games:  simple quiet games to share during quiet time (11p.m. - midnight) are allowed.
  • Extra money:  There are vending machines and a museum gift shop within the museum.  Participants may purchase items during free time.

Please do not brings:  large inflatable beds, cots, hair dryers, flashlights, personal stereos, video games, laptop computers, CD's curling irons or other electrical devices.

Any Scout with special dietary needs should bring their own food for meals and snacks.  Refrigeration for special food and medial supplies will be available.

Special Needs

If someone in your group has special needs, contact the Camp-In Program at 651-221-4511 as soon as possible.  We wil make every reasonable attempt to accommodate you.  Any camper with special dietary requirements can bring their own food for meals and snacks if they would like.  Refrigeration for special food and medical supplies is available.

Waiver Forms and Information Packet

Below please find the needed waiver forms and the full informational packet.  Please complete all forms and bring to the event.  Read through the informational packet as it will answer many questions you may have!

2017 SWTD Waiver.pdf

SWTD Information Packet.pdf

Information packet coming soon!

For questions about this event please contact Doug Raney at 651-221-4553 or [Click for member's page]

 

 

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