Members Workshop: Pinewood Derby Racers
We know wheels. We have tools and experience that can
help you construct your Pinewood Derby racer well.
You Must Be a Member.
You Must Bring Your Own Pinewood Derby Kit.
Limited to 15 reservations each day.
You must call to reserve a place (203.777.1833)
Member Fee: $12
Saturday February 12th, 1 – 2:30 pm
Sunday February 13th, 1 – 2:30 pm
Dens can make other reservations at other times. These are the ONLY open sessions for members in 2011.
Open Workshop: Electric Hearts
While Eli Whitney mastered waterpower here in 1820,
Dane Hans Christian Ørsted discovered a connection
between electricity and magnetism.
The connection became the heart of the electric motor.
Construct a coil that will make magnets (and hearts) move.
Work and concept accessible and engaging for children
at almost any age.
Fee: $10, $8 for members
Saturday February 12th, 1 – 2 pm
Sunday February 13th, 1 – 2 pm
Register by March 2nd for Google’s competition where K-12 students are invited to redesign Google’s homepage logo. Those entered have a chance to win a $15,000 college scholarship, and a $25,000 technology grant for their school among other things.
2010’s Grades 10-12 winning entry: Bevan Schiffli from Highlands, North Carolina.
Find out more or enter here.
In 1799, Eli Whitney was a founding member of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences. It was a forum for new ideas: rich ideas that crossed disciplines and professions.
It’s still active. The nation’s 3rd oldest learned society.
Pecha Kucha Night is a public forum for new ideas in a short form: art, design, entrepreneurial vision distilled into 20 slides, 20 seconds each: inspiration in 6 minutes 40 seconds. We believe fresh ideas are more important than ever.
Bentara, 76 Orange Street, New Haven
Wednesday, February 9 6:00 pm-7:45 pm
From left to right, top to bottom:
Kei Ohdera, Alex Mahler Haug, Nathan Brownstein, Josh Cantor, Aru Rajeevan, Corrine Huhnke, Maegan Rodriguez and DJ Johnson,
Abigail Bauer, Briggs Harlan, Alex Buhimschi, Adena Coste, and Michael Richmond