Michigan Science Center
The Michigan Science Center is ready to begin the new school year with a lineup of educational community-outreach programs designed to support Michigan science Grade Level Content Expectations and help schools increase Michigan Educational Assessment Program (MEAP) test performance scores.
“The Science of Rock ‘n’ Roll,” a 10,000-square-foot traveling exhibit that celebrates the great history of the music genre and the key role science plays in its development, will take the stage at the renamed Michigan Science Center on June 20.
Kids can be scientists for the week while conducting experiments and exploring exhibits at the Michigan 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.
Noel Night will take place at in Detroit’s University-Cultural Center and more than 60 venues will have free admission.
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.