A night of art and fun with light. Children’s creativity will become a part of the museum. The evening activities will include an opportunity for children to design and color one of our ceiling lamp shades. In addition, kids will have the opportunity to create crafts, play, explore with a telescope and more. Recommended for ages 3-9. $25 per child. Limited spaces available. Preregistration and adult participation required.
Robots, Legos and a second floor are in the future of the Wonderfeet Kids Museum.
The organizers of the nonprofit museum, housed on Center Street and launched by the Rutland Creative Economy, announced Tuesday they had reached a $10,000 fundraising goal and described upcoming plans, which include expansion into the second story of their building.
“I can tell you, this is another very proud story being told about Rutland and how volunteerism is making things happen in this town,” said Paul Gallo of Rutland Creative Economy.
December 3, 2013 at 12:00 noon
17 Center Street in Downtown Rutland
Light refreshments provided by The Bakery.
There will be free admission for kids and families wishing to stay after the announcement.
Carpenter and Costin hosted a Come Alive Outside event to benefit Wonderfeet. Despite the frigid weather community members came out to watch local chef Steve Sawyer cook up some delicious cuisine with local ingredients. The event was a success raising over $900.