Rutland Herald | June 11,2012
By GORDON DRITSCHILO
The Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum will return this summer with a mix of the familiar and the new.
The children’s museum begins its second year June 22 in the former King Furniture location on Center Street. The nonprofit museum, a project of Rutland’s Creative Economy, rents the space from Ryan, Smith & Carbine.
“We’re looking to establish ourselves as a permanent museum in Rutland,” organizer Chris Ettori said. “We need to do a lot of capital campaigning, a lot of stuff, before that happens.”
The museum was open during Friday Night Live and the farmers’ market during its inaugural summer, attracting more than 1,700 visitors. More…(Paywall)