- Friday, June 20, 2014
Two businesses in the 31 Pecks Lane commercial complex are teaming up to help raise funds to sustain a permanent interactive children’s museum in the community. The EverWonder Children’s Museum, temporarily housed in the complex, will be the beneficiary of proceeds from the Pecks Lane Festival & Community Tag Sale.
The event is set for Saturday, July 19, from 9 am to 4 pm.
- Thursday, March 27, 2014
From prospective tenants to memorial bench locations, Fairfield Hills Authority members this month discussed a grab bag of topics.
FHA Chair Thomas Connors first noted the several parties interested in reusing the Plymouth Hall building — among them The 12/14 Foundation, The News-Times, and an advertising agency.
- Monday, July 29, 2013
AUGUSTA, ME. (AP) — Six museums in Maine are raising funds for The EverWonder Children’s Museum.
The museums will be offering free admission and accepting donations Thursday, August 1, to support construction of the EverWonder Children’s Museum. Plans to build the museum predate 12/14, but the effort has gained momentum since the shooting.
Maine’s museum community says it is banding together in support of that effort.
- Thursday, April 4, 2013
- Thursday, March 7, 2013
EverWonder Children’s Museum, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization aiming to open a children’s museum in Newtown, will provide free programming from April through August at a temporary facility located at 31 Peck’s Lane. Exhibits and programming will be reflective of the offerings planned for the permanent museum, once constructed. Any funds raised since 12/ 14 are being used for materials and exhibit costs for this temporary space.
- Monday, March 4, 2013
The “Night For Newtown At Fenway Park” is a special fundraiser for the anticipated EverWonder Children’s Museum in Newtown, coordinated by Newtown High School graduates currently living in Boston.
In response to the tragedy of 12/14, nine young people found themselves pulled together, and like so many others, began asking what they could do to help ease the pain in their hometown.