Wente Scout Reservation

A Wente logo with various camp symbols imbedded with King Skunk in a fleur di lis.
The Handicraft porch.

Handicraft

The Handicraft Area is the Center for the Arts and crafts. Here a Scout can fulfill the classic notion of bringing home something crafty he has made himself. It is also where creativity and a willingness to give something new a try can lead to developing a passion for creating.

Refer to the current Leader’s Guides for times on all handicraft activities.

Open Crafting
Need a bit of extra help with your project?  Want to use Handicraft equipment & tools to work on an independent crafting project?  Swing by during Open Crafting from 7-8pm M, T or Th.

Movie Night
Join our Staff just after evening program on Thursday for a full-length feature film with Root Beer floats all around. Additional snack bar items available for purchase.

Blast   to   the   Past  
The Handicraft building was the first building constructed at Wente Scout Reservation in 1963 and was originally used as the commissary and trading post for the camp from 1964 until 1971.

Staff chatting together in Handicraft.
Handicraft awaiting the start of the Chess Merit Badge tournament.

Venturing

Sea Scouts

Exploring

International

Highlander

Shooting Sport

STEM

Scouting for Food

Order of the Arrow