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Inner-City Neighborhood Art House

Mission

The Neighborhood Art House provides classes in the visual, performing and literary arts and in environmental action to at-risk children in Erie.
This program, offered in a safe, nourishing and caring environment, is at no cost to the children who attend after-school and/or summer classes. A ministry of the Benedictine Sisters of Erie, the mission of the Neighborhood Art House is to enable children to experience beauty, grow in positive self-expression and self-discipline, and develop into full and productive human beings.

Programs and Services

The Inner-City Neighborhood Art House offers a free after-school program for inner-city children in Erie, PA. The program provides a wide variety of arts education classes for children ages 7-14. There are different after-school program options during the fall and winter-spring. Students may also request tutoring and/or Hooked on Books assisted by adult volunteers.

The Neighborhood Art House also has a free day program during the summer from late June to mid-July. The summer program offers five weeks of summer programming for children/youth 7-18 years of age (morning session), and 10-18 years of age (afternoon session). Each week runs independently. Children can also sign up for the Hooked on Books Program where an adult reads to a child.

Contact

Kelly Stolar, CFRE
Send an email  |  View the website  |  814-455-5508

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