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Discover Tech Exhibit Activities

June 2-August 25

Discover Tech: Engineers Make a World of Difference is a national traveling exhibition that introduces the role engineers play in our lives. This interactive, all-ages exhibit features hands-on and multimedia components that allow exhibit visitors to interact with exhibit content in a dynamic way, encouraging new perspectives about engineers and their vital work. Come see how engineering provides solutions to better meet human needs and develops sustainable innovations for the future, and how engineers create new technologies to solve problems.

Mondays, June 19-July 24, 3-4:30 p.m.
Registration Required
Learn about science and engineering in our community and participate in hands-on engineering activities with local engineers. Mondays InfoZone 3:00-4:30 July 3 -July 24 Best for ages 8 and over. Treats will be provided.

June 19 Levers at Play
June 26 Low Tech Water Filter for a High Impact Clean
July 3 Water Wedges- Build and Race a Boat- Ryals Room
July 10 Build a Bridge with Victoria from Steelworks Center of the West
July 17 Wind Turbine Tech Challenge
July 24 Robots, Robots, Robots



Ludlow, Greek Americans in the Colorado Coal War
June 23, 6-9 p.m.

The documentary narrates the story of Greek immigrants at the beginning of the last century, who ended up in distant Colorado working under deplorable conditions in the coal mines of Rockefeller and his fellow mine owners, and who together with immigrants from 22 other countries wrote a proud page of American labor history, known as the Colorado Coal War. Researcher for the film, Frosso Tsouka, will be present for the showing..




StoryMode Films’ Horror Film Competition

June 30, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Pueblo's 1st Ever Horror Film Competition: For the time ever, join filmmakers and film fans alike for a night full of scary entertainment. The event will kick off with a screening of short horror films from local filmmakers. Then comes the premiere of StoryMode Films' new horror movie 'Savages', which was shot in Pueblo. The film is about a group of post-apocalyptic survivors who find themselves trapped in a horrifying nightmare when they discover that the only thing more terrifying than zombies is humans. A Q & A session  with the film's cast/crew will debut after the screening