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.
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Rutland chef, Steve Sawyer of Table 24, prepares fresh dishes with local ingredients for fundraiser on Tuesday, October 29 at 4 pm. 289 North Main Street, Rutland, VT. For tickets call 802-774-8493.
Northwest Neighborhood Block Party: Saturday, October 5, 10am-2pm on Baxter Street between Library Avenue and Maple Street. Meet your neighbors and name your neighborhood. FREE EVENT. Food provided. Fun activities for Kids. Bounce house. Bubbles with Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum and more. Sponsored by Project Vision and several community partners.
The back story of Wonderfeet leading up to the opening at 17 Center Street in downtown Rutland in an interview with Myra Peffer and Chris Ettori.
The Downtown Rutland Partnership has $10,000 for the Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum, which plans to take up semi-permanent residence on Center Street. Coppinger said the museum will have to come up with matching funds and pledge to put the money toward displays or educational materials rather than building improvements, staff salaries or the utility bills…