Boy Scouts of America 100th Anniversary.
(St. Louis, MO) KSDK -- The Boy Scouts of America have rolled into St. Louis to celebrate its 100-th anniversary.
This traveling exhibit rolled into town packed into an 18-wheeler that's covered with Scouting photos and images to help celebrate Scouting's 100th Anniversary of serving America's youth.
It's located on the site of Ballpark Village in downtown St. Louis.
The traveling exhibit is free, and features a ropes course, a traveling museum, and interactive exhibits -- including one that reportedly lets you experience the 'smells of scouting'.
Amanda Vogt, the Counseling Venturing President say, "The point of adventure base 100 is to introduce people to scouting to allow current scouts to experience the fun scouting as well as celebrate our 100 years and to bring our alumni back and let them know what's happening with today's program."
Adventure base 100 is open through noon on Sunday.