It’s been a week since we started social distancing. How’s everyone hanging in there? We wanted to share some of our favorite resources for filling the time home with your kids. Some of these are more time and labor intensive and others are simple things the whole family can enjoy together.
Author Archive | Danielle Monroe
After careful consideration and consultation with the medical community, Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum has made the decision to close temporarily. The governor has extended the stay-at-home order until June 15. During this time Wonderfeet staff are creating unique ways for families and classrooms to stay engaged in imagination and STEM exploration. The museum is undergoing upgrades. […]
Santa and Mrs. Claus are hosting a Holiday Open House sponsored by Building Bright Futures. Kids and families can play for free from 2pm-4pm and get their picture taken with Santa and Mrs. Claus while enjoying holiday crafts and refreshments.
We invite you to become a partner in supporting the work of Wonderfeet by donating at https://secure.givelively.org/donate/wonderfeet-kids-museum/end-of-year-giving-2019 or texting “Wonderfeet” to 44-321 from your smart-phone.
Roots the Restaurant will host a “Friendsgiving” Pop-Up at The Annex Private Dining on Merchants Row in downtown Rutland Thursday, November 14. The Pop-Up will feature a reimagining of the traditional Thanksgiving feast and celebrating old friends and new. Tickets are $50 per person with proceeds benefiting Wonderfeet Kids’ Museum.