Six months after it was closed by a flooded basement, the Sci-Tech Center has a temporary place to call home.
On Thursday, the Sci-Tech Center opened a display in the Conservation Center at Zoo New York in Thompson Park.
“We’re keeping our programs going as we continue to work on getting back open,” Sci-Tech executive director Stephen A. Karon said.
The displays teach science through each of the five senses, he said.
Lawrence Sorel, Zoo New York executive director, said he is happy to help out a fellow science community organization.
Work continues on making repairs to reopen the Sci-Tech Center at 154 Stone St. after a broken pipe left 3 feet of water in its basement on Jan. 5, Karon said.
Recently, the center got its electrical power back, but it will be a while before all the repairs can be made.
Work on fixing the heating, communication, water and mechanical systems are now underway.
Karon does not know when the center can welcome guests once again.
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