Welcome to the Home Base Adventure Series

Built to Win Challenge with the USS Constitution Museum
Date: 04/23/2022 - 2:00-4:00 pm

Can your family design and build a winning warship? George Washington authorized the construction of USS Constitution in 1794. In that spirit, join us on Saturday, April 23 at 2:00pm to learn about the ship’s unique design and construction. You’ll tour the Ship and then complete your own challenge: build a ship from household materials that is both strong and fast, like “Old Ironsides.” We’ll race the ships and declare a victor! Built to Win is for participants ages 10 and up. 

 Please register for the ticket lottery soon as spaces for this event are limited! If confirmed for the event, more detailed information will be provided.

Registration closes on Wednesday, April 13th, at 11:59 pm

Participants will be notified of their registration status on Friday, April 15th.

For any questions about the Adventure Series, please contact Sequoia Bellanca at sbellanca@mgh.harvard.edu.



Thank you for your interest in the Home Base Adventure Series!


The Adventure Series provides Veterans, Service Members, and their Families with access to free activities throughout New England, offering opportunities to strengthen family bonds before, during and after military deployment. Whether exploring new sports, learning a new skill, or just providing a fun outing, these events allow Military Families to learn more about Home Base's clinical services, research, and educational programs, all while to spending quality time together and meeting other Military Families in the area. These opportunities are a result of the collaborative efforts of Home Base and local businesses, non-profits, and community organizations throughout New England. From all of us to you, it's our own unique way of saying, "Thank you for your service." 


We ask that if you have registered for an event and cannot attend that you inform the event coordinator at least 48 hours prior to the event. Not showing up to an event harms the program in several ways. First, it takes a spot away from an individual or family hoping to participate in that event. Second, it can potentially hurt our relationship with the partnering agencies who offer these events free of charge. We appreciate your help on this matter and look forward to many fun events together! Failure to notify the event coordinator will result in your name being put on a blacklist for future Adventure Series events for the next year.


Warm Regards,


The Home Base Veteran Outreach Team