The Rutland City Board of Alderman met on Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015 and overwhelmingly supported providing Wonderfeet with a $75,000 grant from the Zamias Fund. The Board was extremely impressed with the progress that has been made to date by Wonderfeet and the demand for the services from both city residents and visitors.
A request for $75,000 from the Zamias mall-impact fund cleared a committee unanimously Wednesday, but is expected to get a rockier reception from the full Board of Aldermen. “For some board members, $75,000 is going to be a hard sell,” Alderman Ed Larson said during the hearing. “There are board members I know that are […]
An evening at 11 Center Street where community members and museum supporters gathered to explore the new space during construction. Myra Peffer, executive director, spoke about the new space and the future of Wonderfeet. The positive support and excitement was evident in the conversations of possibilities and how far and how fast the museum has […]
We invite you to join us to Explore the Vision Create the Success Imagine the Potential Welcome our first executive director, Myra Peffer, and hear her vision and plans. Join us as we celebrate our past successes and share the potential for the next stage of Wonderfeet. Tuesday, Dec. 2 • 5-7 p.m. 11 Center […]
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 […]