Scouts Day at The Phoenix SymphonyFriday, April 20, 2012Jacquelyn Williams
Scouts Day at The Phoenix Symphony
Scouts who attend in uniform will receive a limited-edition “Scout Day” patch prior to the Musical Fables concert
Who: Arizona’s Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and The Phoenix Symphony orchestra under the baton of resident conductor, Joseph Young.
What: The Musical Fables concert and pre-concert activities provide Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts the opportunity to earn credit toward music and pet merit badges. The pet merit badge is supported by activities from PetSmart, sponsor of the Musical Fables concert. Scouts who attend in uniform will receive a limited-edition “Scout Day” patch. Use the promotional code SCOUT for a special 50% discount.
Where: Pre-concert activities at 1:30 p.m. at Symphony Hall
Musical Fables concert at 2:30 p.m. at Symphony Hall
When: Saturday April 28, 2012
Why: Musical Fables, a concert that combines a love of reading with a love of music in order to promote literacy, captivates the audience with Aesop’s fables including childhood favorites like The Tortoise and The Hare, Goldilocks and The Three Bears and Cinderella. Each character in the suite is represented by a musical instrument and narration.
For Boys and Girl Scouts who wish to volunteer for service credit hours please contact Jacquelyn Williams at email@example.com
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