BOISE, Idaho — If you want to keep your kids busy and learning during the Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks, The Reuseum is here to help!
The Reuseum provides STEM education for underprivileged and underserved children at little to no cost. The Reuseum offers classes and workshops throughout the year and just received a $56,000 donation to support their cause. There is also a retail store where you can drop off any of your old electronics or find parts you might need. Items that can't be reused or resold are recycled--so far, The Reuseum has recycled almost 150,000 lbs of material.
The Reuseum is staying busy during the holidays. On Tuesday, November 26, The Reuseum is hosting a class where kids can build Turkey Robots and take part in Deconstruction Labs. That starts at 1 p.m. On Saturday, December 21, kids can come and make ornaments and cards with their families. All of the projects feature a STEM-aspect.
All ages are welcome to come and take the classes at The Reuseum on Chinden Boulevard in Garden City. To find out more, click here. You can also email The Reuseum at firstname.lastname@example.org or follow along on social media: Facebook and Twitter.