Informational Videos on Pollution and Recycling!

In the internet of cat videos and political arguments, informational videos on pollution and  on recycling came across our eyes! We recently found two videos on the effects of pollution and recycling and thought that they would be good videos to share! Below are the links to the videos and a small description on what the … Read moreInformational Videos on Pollution and Recycling!

Great Turnout at the Engineering and Science Festival!

1 2 3 4 5 6 Thanks to everyone who was able to make it out to the Boise State Engineering and Science Festival last Saturday! We had a great turnout making over 500 bristlebots with the help of children and families from around the state! Everyone had a great time and it was made even … Read moreGreat Turnout at the Engineering and Science Festival!

Upcoming February Events With The Reuseum!

1 2 3 Now that we are finally moved in and organized, the swarms of classes will start again! We are so ready in fact, that we have scheduled a handful of events that our people at the Reuseum will be participating in to spread the word about the store! Below are just some of the … Read moreUpcoming February Events With The Reuseum!

Grand Re-Opening at the Reuseum!

Thank you to everyone who has come into our new store since the first day of opening! Come join us on Saturday the 23rd for the Official Grand Re-Opening of The Reuseum at our new location: 3131 W. Chinden Blvd., Garden City. To show our appropriation of your ongoing support, will be giving out free donuts and … Read moreGrand Re-Opening at the Reuseum!

Television Partner! Working Televisions at the Reuseum

The Reuseum is pleased to announce a partnership with the local repair company “All Electronics Boise”. Having over 30 years of experience, the people at “All Electronics Boise” service and repair all major brands of Electronics from Plasma, LCD, & DLP televisions to, Home Theater Repair, radios, and countless other items! With this partnership the … Read moreTelevision Partner! Working Televisions at the Reuseum