Rutland is poised to become Vermont's newest children's destination: Wonderfeet Kids' Museum opens downtown this month. For the past two years, community volunteers have hosted small exhibits and creative activities for kids during the city's Friday Night Live summer event series. Now, in a rent-free storefront, they'll have a designated space for interactive education. "We're really looking to be a place where families can learn and play together," says lead organizer Myra Peffer. The new digs will be open year-round on Fridays and Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., as well as by appointment for field trips and birthday parties on Thursdays and Sundays, respectively. The exhibits, initially geared toward 3- to 8-year-olds, will focus on science, technology, engineering and math education, problem solving, and hands-on building.
New Durham, NH
Nestled in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire, Camp Birch Hill offers a fun, elective based program where boys and girls aged 6-16 can participate in over 50 diverse activities of their choice. Each summer they welcome 180 to 200 campers to their grounds in New Durham, NH. This traditional,…(more)