MICHIGAN SCIENCE CENTER, 5020 JOHN R STREET, DETROIT, MI 48202
We are located on John R Street at Warren Avenue, between the Detroit Institute of Arts and the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.Our June 16h Art, Architecture, and STEM Tour of the Detroit Public Library was excellent. Along with an amazing tour of the library, we had a special treat waiting for us when we entered the Burton Collection room: an up close viewing of an anatomy book from the 13th century and George Washington’s hand written diary. For those of you that braved our After Dark 21+ event, thank you. Your participation helped move us closer to regular adult evening events at the science center.
Your support, participation, and feedback have been awesome. So awesome in fact, that I have been asked to create an affinity group. If you have suggestions for a name for our new yet-to-be-named affinity group, you can CLICK HERE and submit up to (3) suggestions or send your suggestion(s) to me in a reply to this email.
Following are dates you may want to make a note of. Details & registration for will be available next week.
Save the Date
– Bioswale Bash – You are invited to celebrate our newly restored
Bioswale. Location: Michigan Science Center parking lot.
Agriculture & Environment Tour & Bike Ride led by Thomas Page.
One of the Urban Farms on this tour will be open to non-bicyclists for a free informational walk-around tour.
After Dark 21+ – Vintage Video Games II.
Detroit Police Museum Tour led by Museum Curator & Director, Jeff Lemaux, and group conversation with Thomas Page, Drug Recognition Consultant.
Participation has grown to the point that we now have more people on our waitlist than actual participants on the tours. To better accommodate our growing group, we will soon be hosting the following events at the Michigan Science Center: a speaker series, ‘adult’s only’ late afternoon & evening movies, family nights, special planetarium shows, and more. We will continue to coordinate and offer STEM tours.
The Michigan Science Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization; 100% of our costs are covered by donations, sponsors, grants, memberships, and visitor admission fees. If you are not already a Michigan Science Center member, consider becoming an Individual Plus member. This $55.00, one-year membership allows you and a guest free general admission, discounts on Imax and Planetarium shows, admission to participating ASTC (Association of Science & Technology Centers), invitation to member-only previews and events and much more. More on MiSci memberships can be found at: http://www.mi-sci.org/join-and
Thanks again for your continued support and participation.
Carole A. Wrubel
Community Engagement Coordinator
Michigan Science Center