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Neighborhood Art House Children greet ANNA Shelter dogs.

After months of printing and stamping them, the children in Sarah Everett's Printmaking class were ready to present several hundred colorful bandanas to the ANNA Shelter. The intention was that these bandanas, stamped with the Art House logo and the words Handmade with love by a student at the Inner City Neighborhood Art House, would be worn by each dog as it was adopted and left the shelter for its "Forever Home."

ANNA Shelter's director, Ruth Thompson, visits Neighborhood Art House.Patti Eichen, shown here holding Rocco, is both a member of the Neighborhood Art House staff and a volunteer at the ANNA Shelter.  She was the impetus behind this project.Neighborhood Art House Bandanas for the Anna Shelter.Rocco receives a Neighborhood Art House Bandana.You look pretty, Maggie!


Fairview Cares donates supplies to Neighborhood Art House

The first day of spring brought with it an amazing donation of “wish list” items contributed by Fairview Elementary and Middle School students. From toothpaste to laundry soap, crayons to air dry clay, the Fairview School District’s families gave generously to this part of the year-long Fairview Cares campaign.

Erik Kincaid, Fairview School District Superintendent introduces student leadersFairview School District students visited the Neighborhood Art House.Sr. Pat Lupo explained the Art House environmental program to touring Fairview Cares student leaders.

Master Gardener Shares Expertise

Master Gardener at Neighborhood Art House

There's nothing to see in a garden during the winter, right? Not so! says Mike Bailey, Master Gardener, while guiding Neighborhood Art House children through the raised beds at the Emmaus Grove Urban Garden. On an seasonably warm day in late February, the children no only took a look, they also felt the seemingly dried up remains of the garden plants and smelled them as well. They were surprised to see the beginning of the greening that was soon to come. The Master Gardeners have been wonderful partners for the Neighborhood Art House gardening class, assisting Sr.

Take a closer look - Mike Bailey at Neighborhood Art HouseMike Bailey - Master Gardener - with Neighborhood Art House ChildrenMike Bailey - Master Gardener - with Neighborhood Art House Children

Core Committee Member Honored

Bobbi Pollock honored at AFP luncheon

Bobbi Pollock, long-time member of the Women's Core Committee, was honored recently by the Association of Fundraising Professionals, Northwestern PA Chapter as their 2016 Outstanding Philanthropist. The Neighborhood Art House, The Erie Playhouse and Temple Anshe Hesed jointly nominated Bobbi for this award to honor her for her many years of dedicated service and financial support for them and to other organizations in Erie. When something is happening at the Art House, count on Bobbi to be there.

Neighborhood Art House Taste of the Arts AuctionCookie Decorating at the Neighborhood Art HouseNeighborhood Art House Art & Sole

Share Nature's Treasures at Taste of the Arts

Lynne Elia and Karen Clark Co chairpersons
Taste of the Arts Featured Artist

". . . and a good time was had by all!" That is the promise from co-chairpersons Lynne Elia and Karen Clark to all those who attend the 19th annual Taste of the Arts, Nature's Treasures.

September 13, 2016
Neighborhood Art House
201 East 10th Street
5:00 pm
$ 75.00 per person
Reservations expected

Acrylic Paint for TOATOA Sarah EverettDancers prepare for TOA


Neighborhood Art House Erie Gives

Thank you, thank you to 156 donors who contributed $24,454 to the Neighborhood Art House during Erie Gives. Your generosity is absolutely incredible! The Neighborhood Art House operates entirely on donations; by your support, you introduce the arts to inner city children. What is more, through you they experience beauty in a whole new way. They develop skills, yes; they also develop self-confidence, inner discipline, respect for themselves and others. They learn to relish their accomplishments and to appreciate those of others.

NAH Students Head to Camp Kentahten

Neighborhood Art House Students on their way to Camp

Spectacular adventures await seven Neighborhood Art House children as they begin eight days of summer camp at the Tim Horton Camp Kentahten in Campbellsville, Kentucky. Set on 50 acres of waterfront property, campers will enjoy canoeing, kayaking, boating and more at the only one of the
TIm Horton Children's Foundation camps located in the United States.

Neighborhood Art House Children to CampNAH Children on their way to Tim Horton's CampNAH Children on their way to Tim Horton's CampNAH Children on their way to Tim Horton's CampNAH Children on their way to Tim Horton's Camp

Inner-City Neighborhood Art House • 201 East 10th Street • Erie, PA 16503 • T: (814) 455-5508 • F: (814) 480-8942