Cat Stevens, light, and celestial bodies. Say whuh?
The MakerLab opened this month in the education building at the Powerhouse. As the world becomes ever more automated, the MakerLab at the Powerhouse Science Center wants to make sure Four Corners residents have the opportunity to learn to use high-tech tools like 3-D printers and the opportunity to invent, craft and discover new passions.
"Woman will ignore precedent and startle civilization with their progress." -Nikola Tesla (1926)
Join us Fridays from 4:00 - 7:00 PM for high tech happy hour at the MakerLab! In addition to ice cold beer from Ska Brewing ($3) and wines from Infinite Monkey Theorem ($5), we will be serving "Maker Mule's" (Moscow Mule's) as well ($6). Stop by and check out our facility and all of the high-tech tools and machinery! FREE to attend!
Get ready to flex those memory muscles at Powerhouse Trivia, Thursdays at 6:30pm in the Powerhouse plaza all summer long! Free to play!
Sponsored by Alpine Bank and the Powerhouse Science Center, Four Corners Lego League teams are forming now for the 2017 season! Four Corners Lego [...]
The Powerhouse Science Center is excited to welcome Brian McDonagh to the Powerhouse team as MakerLab Director. Brian will lead the effort to open the doors of Durango’s first community makerspace this summer and has hit the ground running...
Healthy, Fresh-Made, Yummy! Indonesian, Chinese fusion cuisine - including vegan and vegetarian dishes! Mariana says, "My heart's desire is for people to be healthy and happy, and enjoy what they eat every day." Until her relocation to Main Ave in July, you can get Mariana's delicious meals right here in the Powerhouse plaza.
All-electric, high-tech, great fun! "The Kitty Hawk Flyer is a new, all-electric aircraft. It is safe, tested and legal to operate in the United States in uncongested areas under the Ultralight category of FAA regulations."
College students: be our first MakerLab intern and jumpstart your career! The MakerLab at the Powerhouse is looking for an intern this summer. Through a partnership with the Southwest Innovation Corridor (SWIC) initiative, students from regional universities and regional residents attending universities outside the area are invited to participate in the Innovation Internship Program.