Powerhouse revitalization amps up

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Powerhouse revitalization amps up

Plan focuses on strengthening programs, historic equipment
“They took part of what makes this place unique and covered it for storage and offices,” said Nana Naisbitt, executive director of the Powerhouse Science Center.
“The Powerhouse Science Center has a unique asset that no one else has ... a lot of the machinery is still in here, and there’s opportunities for understanding the history of how energy was created here,” said Executive Director Nana Naisbitt.
“This is really our front yard. This is what people see, and it’s a mess,” said Executive Director Nana Naisbitt, who took a moment to pull some weeds Wednesday afternoon on the Camino del Rio side of the Powerhouse Science Center.
Nana Naisbitt, executive director of the Powerhouse Science Center, says one of the center’s main goals is to make visible more of the functional aspects of the building.

Powerhouse revitalization amps up

“They took part of what makes this place unique and covered it for storage and offices,” said Nana Naisbitt, executive director of the Powerhouse Science Center.
“The Powerhouse Science Center has a unique asset that no one else has ... a lot of the machinery is still in here, and there’s opportunities for understanding the history of how energy was created here,” said Executive Director Nana Naisbitt.
“This is really our front yard. This is what people see, and it’s a mess,” said Executive Director Nana Naisbitt, who took a moment to pull some weeds Wednesday afternoon on the Camino del Rio side of the Powerhouse Science Center.
Nana Naisbitt, executive director of the Powerhouse Science Center, says one of the center’s main goals is to make visible more of the functional aspects of the building.
To volunteer

The Powerhouse Science Center is seeking volunteers for various tasks, including additional projects, ongoing gardening and weeding, tour guides and scheduling and promoting more facility rentals.
Email bod@powsci.org or contact Nana Naisbitt at nana@powsci.org or (970) 708-0004.

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