Neighborhood North Museum Of Play has been open for one year! We are grateful to be able to share our Birthday with Giving Tuesday! Join us at 716 14th Street, Beaver Falls on Tuesday, November 29th, from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m, as we commemorate our birthday with activities, sweets, and special thanks to our members throughout the day. Please stop in and enjoy the fun, explore, and celebrate with us!
In the last year, Neighborhood North has opened our doors to thousands of visitors who have enjoyed the museum’s educational programming, interactive exhibits, and hands-on art projects. In addition, we have launched our Playful Learning Landscape initiative. Through this program, we will install 3 exhibits in public spaces by the end of the year, marrying the way kids learn with the places families live and play.
Because of your generosity, we have brought playful learning to communities across Beaver County, creating inclusive and engaging experiences for children of all backgrounds.
To celebrate our success, we are excited to announce that friends of Neighborhood North have doubled our impact by committing to match up to $10,000 by the end of the current fiscal year! With your help, we can continue to make transformative, play-based learning experiences accessible to all families in Beaver County.
On Giving Tuesday, November 29th, from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m., give $25 to double your donation, and your gift will become $50. Or give $100 to double your donation, becoming $200.
Together, we can create a world where every child has equal access to play-based learning experiences. Please join us in celebrating our birthday and helping us reach more children with joyful learning. Thank you so much for supporting Neighborhood North!
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