Welcome to the new www.smli.org!

February 22nd, 2008 by Melissa Kipp

I’m so excited to share with you the brand new www.smli.org! It’s been a fun and exciting process putting this site together and I hope you find it easy to use and it suits your needs. Check out the different parts of the site (www.smli.org)– there’s something for everyone! Be sure to check back here at the blog (www.smli.org/blog) for all sorts of updates regarding news at the museum, information for and about our outreach programs, upcoming events, and other fun SMLI related info! If you have any feedback, feel free to comment on the blog or email me at melissa@smli.org. Enjoy!

–”Miss Melissa”

8 Responses to “Welcome to the new www.smli.org!”

  1. Dianne Says:

    The new website looks FANTASTIC! I look forward to checking back on a regular basis to see what is going on at the museum.

  2. chase forfeit Says:

    the site looks great!!!

  3. Charles Says:

    What a wonderful new website!! Great job! I really like it and the new website is useful to use.

  4. Sheila Says:

    I am really impressed with the website! My felicitations! I wish you the very best.

  5. Chris Lo Pinto Says:

    My Mom, Celia Lo Pinto, was one of the original three or 4 people who started the North Shore Jr. Science Museum, and I built an analog computer in our first workshop, located next to the Sands Point Theatre in 1963. My Mom and her friends had a vision and a lot of energy and the results are that forty-five years later I still have my scrapbook of news articles going. In 1970 when we were getting ready to open the Science Center I stopped by to see mom and had a boa constrictor wrap around me and it took over an hour to get loose. Real Science!

  6. Phyllis Rotunno Says:

    I was pleasantly surprised to see a post from Chris LoPinto since I was one of his mom’s friends who started the museum. Chris, you may recall my son, Philip, who was one of the early users of the museum — even though we had to meet in what was once a bakery in the Soundview shopping plaza! That was, of course, before we were fortunate to acquire the present location through the efforts of (I forget the first name) Mrs. Nedbor. Other founders were Doris Leonard and Bea Sherman. The site is fantastic and it was great to learn that the original concept had staying power. Congratulations to all who are currently involved.

  7. John Loret PhD,Director Says:

    Thank you all for your comments. I am proud to be the Director of this fine institution for the past 25 years. The museum is doing well and I hope past founders, trustees and students will continue to support our efforts.

  8. Health Articles Says:

    Very Informative blog, and very well laid out. I have enjoyed reading the posts and browsing through the site and have bookmarked it, great work guys, thanks