C.A.R. develops an annual National Program Packet with suggested activities.  National program and standing committees create programs and contests on a variety of subjects to encourage activity at the state and local levels.  Subjects include, but are not limited to, American History, Government Studies, Conservation, Veterans, and Patriotic Education. 

20162017 National Program Packet in PDF Format

20162017 National Program Packet in DOCX Format

An important part of the N.S.C.A.R. Program is outreach through the N.S.C.A.R. Museum.

Located above DAR Constitution Hall (Outside Room 224), the N.S.C.A.R. Museum contains cases filled with C.A.R. owned and curated items that follow an exhibit theme.  The museum contains artifacts of the colonial era, American Revolution, and post-American Revolutionary War periods.

For all of you who are not able to come to D.C. and see the N.S.C.A.R. Museum in person, take a new tour on line and learn about the A,B,C's of the 2016-17 Freedom's Thunder Exhibit.  The Tour is available below in PowerPoint and PDF formats.

2016-2017 Museum Tour - PPT Format
2016-2017 Museum Tour - PDF Format

A New Contest!  Show off your acting and producing skills!
Membership wants YOUR help with


What: A video to illustrate the concept “C.A.R.”
When: Entries must be submitted by June 1, 2017
Who: Any C.A.R. society may enter
Why: To let everyone know what C.A.R. is and what it does
How: By making a video to be placed on YouTube

See this form for the Rules and Entry Form!

See this form for the Video and Photo Release form (required submission, see entry information)