If you’re a kid in need of a bike, the Rutland Free Library’s got you covered.
Earlier this week, RFL rolled out its STEAMRollers program, in partnership the Rutland MINT makerspace.
The STEAMRoller name is derived from the STEAM acronym — Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math — which is a nod to the type of services the MINT provides.
The MINT, on Quality Lane in Rutland, is a shared workshop space open to the community that features a wide variety of tools available to hobbyists, DIY enthusiasts, educators, students and entrepreneurs.
This summer, MINT has offered a variety of youth programming made possible through a Summer Matters for All grant administered by South Burlington-based nonprofit Vermont Afterschool.