Detroit Science Center
The Michigan Science Center received approval last week from the Michigan Public Service Commission for Detroit Thermal, owner and operator of the Detroit district steam system, to continue providing renewable energy to the science center.
The museum, which was closed for 15-months due to budgetary problems, has now become the debt-free, not-for-profit Michigan Science Center.
The Detroit Science Center, closed for more than a year because of budget problems, will reopen December 26 as the Michigan Science Center.
Good news for fans of the Science Center in Detroit, which closed 14 months ago: It’s getting ready to re-open.
The Detroit Science Center is “one large step closer to opening its doors” after a $500,000 donation from ITC Holdings Corp.
A plan to revive the troubled Detroit Science Center is moving forward.
The venerable Detroit Children’s Museum, which opened in 1917, has closed, another victim of the city’s crushing financial problems.
Looking for ways to keep kids busy? Stimulate the mind of a youngster at one of the coolest venues in Detroit for a preschooler, including Stony Creek Nature Center or Greenfield Village.
Officials have said a $5 million cash infusion is needed before the facility can reopen to the public.
The Detroit Science Center says it plans to open for one night next month as part of Midtown’s annual Noel Night festivities.