With help from the community, Sci-Tech is recovering from the devastating January flood of its Stone Street building. As part of that recovery, on July 6, Sci-Tech formally opened a display in the Conservation Center at Zoo New York in Thompson Park. Featuring many of Sci-Tech’s favorite interactive exhibits, the display is open during regular Zoo hours, at no additional charge to Zoo visitors, and will be referred to as “Sci-Tech at ZooNY.” Fall/Winter Zoo hours are currently in flex, so check with them before visiting.Continue reading
Sci-Tech is pleased to receive support from the Simons Foundation as part of its “In the Path of Totality” initiative. These funds will allow our museum to expand programming in support of the Total Solar Eclipse, occurring in Watertown on Monday, April 8, 2024. Watertown is particularly well-placed to view this eclipse, being almost directly on the centerline of the eclipse path, and thus will experience more than three and a half minutes of totality that midafternoon.
The major focus of Sci-Tech activities is to prepare our community
The Technology Alliance of Central New York (TACNY) has provided a grant of $2,000 to help Sci-Tech to continue serving our community with science activities and exhibits. Grant funds are being used to continue repairs to our building, and to set up a temporary off-site Sci-Tech display that will include…
Check out our Traveling Science Program! Sci-Tech now has a Traveling Science Program available to visit your school, youth group, community center, or other venue!
If you are a member of the Sci-Tech Center, you are eligible to enjoy free admission to more than 300 other museums in such places as Syracuse, Rochester, Ithaca, Chicago, Baltimore, Toronto, Boston, Ottawa, and many more. It is called the ASTC Passport Program.