After years of planning, a $1.5 million art museum and education center for children is scheduled to open in Macomb County this spring. The Discovery Center, formerly known as the Macomb Children's Hands-On Museum, is scheduled to open in spring 2017, potentially giving the county town its first public museum of its kind. According to a press release, the center will be built in a new building on the west side of Clemens-Berg on an area of 4500 square meters.
The bar includes the Emerald Theatre, designed by C. Howard Crane, who also designed Macomb County's first public art museum and educational center, the Museum of Arts and Sciences. The Discovery Center is grazing in downtown Mount Clements this spring, and the center offers a variety of activities for children ages 5 to 10, from faculty-led programs to hands-on activities and interactive exhibits.
Opening hours and ticket prices were not disclosed, but Welsh said it would be open from 10am to 10pm, Monday to Friday and from 12pm to midnight on Saturday and Sunday.
He said the nonprofit had started with private donations and was now able to provide sponsorship, funding and grants. He said organizers are working on partnership programs and exhibitions that the city could share or lease, and said a dedicated paid team is important for the center. Organizers are also looking for faculty members who could be retired educators or professors, he said. The center could work with existing resources to provide opportunities for activities, Welsh said, such as the Michigan Museum of Natural History and the University of Michigan Center for Arts and Sciences.
Visitors to the city centre will get a taste of what the centre is like when it is open, the city council said. The expansion of the Discovery Center has helped cement a place for the downtown, he said, adding that officials are excited that it is part of the city's regeneration.
The Discovery Center is located in a two-story building on the corner of Grand River Avenue and Main Street. The main level would include the main exhibition hall of the museum, as well as a conference room, conference room and auditorium. Organisers said a cafe, cafe-dining area and children's play area would be located in the basement.
Lake Erie Metropark offers three world-class parks and a number of hiking trails and recreation areas. The Island Lake Pathway leads through densely wooded countryside, and the Island Lake Connector Trail connects you to the island's Lake Recreation Area, as well as access to Lake Huron, Lake Superior and Lake Michigan.
Clinton Township surrounds the city, with the east side bounded by Harrison Township and the west side by Mount Clemens Township. Clinton Township surrounded the city, while Harrison County bordered on both sides of Mount Clemens on the east and west sides, and Clinton County on both sides of Mt. Clemmens Township on the north and south, and a small portion of the south and east sides of Lake Erie Metropark.
According to the US Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 13 square miles, 13 of which are submerged, and the rest is land, with an average population of about 1,500 people per square mile.
At the time of census 4 in 2000, there were 3,854 families in the city, 35.2% of which were married couples and 45.5% were not from families. 24.7% had children under 18 years of age, 14% lived with them. 7% of them had a housekeeper and husband. At the time of the 2000 census, there were a total of 3,853 families in Berg Clemens, with 2,743 families with children over 18 years of age and 1,564 families without children. In addition, 1.4 million people lived in Berg Clemens. Of these, 35 (2%) were married couples or couples who lived together and were children under 18 years of age, had a child under 16 years of age who lived next to them, and 14 (7) had female housewives with husbands, while 45 (5) of them were families.
The population was distributed across the city, with 13 (4%) 65 years or older, the highest of any city in the state of Michigan with a population of over 1.4 million. The population is distributed in the town of Berg Clemens, which with an average age of 65 years is the most populous town in the district.
The racial composition of the city, with a population of more than 1.4 million, is the highest of any city in Michigan, and more than double the national average of 0.5%. The racial makeup of this city is the most diverse of any city in Michigan, with an average age of 65.
The racial makeup of this city is the most diverse of any city in Michigan, with an average age of 65 and more than twice the national average of 0.5%. The city's ethnic composition is more diverse than the national average, but less than half the national average.