Rutland Herald | November 14, 2014: Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum will open in a new, much larger space on Center Street in January 2015, museum leaders said Thursday. The new space at 11 Center St. — which most recently housed Book King — will accommodate exhibits focusing on robotics, interactive exhibits and the same hands-on fun […]
Many hands make light work. Check out the gallery of photos at http://www.wonderfeetkidsmuseum.org/gallery/ On Saturday morning November 8th a large group of volunteers showed up to assist Paul Gallo and his crew from Magic Brush Painting. The majority of volunteers were from the Rutland High School Key Club. The space new is large but the […]
The move, yoga at Wonderfeet, Myra Peffer, Dean Pierce, Yoshi Akiyama, volunteering for Wonderfeet and philanthropic support and supporters.
Yoga instructor Gianna Skates leads a family class Thursday mornings at the Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum that is something like an interactive story hour.
Wonderfeet’s 1st Anniversary celebration was a success. The museum was open for free both Friday, August 1st and Saturday, August 2nd. There were hundreds of new faces who strolled into the museum and explored the exhibits. Our on-street hands-on sensory tables were a bit hit. And last but not least we had a successful 1st […]