Neighborhood North believes that all children and families should have an equitable safe place to learn, ideate, and play together regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, status, or learning ability.
We know that limited finances can be a barrier for many families and are glad to be able to offer discounted Admission on our Daily Play Passes for Seniors, Veterans, and anyone with an EBT Snap card. These discounts are available for both online and in-person ticket purchases.
We are delighted that full and partial scholarships towards Neighborhood North Annual
Memberships have been made possible by a generous donation from the Outlook Club of Beaver County in honor of Lulu K Reeves. To apply for a full or partial scholarship, please complete the short application form.
The Outlook Club was organized in 1904, by a group of local women with the object of developing the educational, civic and social interests of its members and to advance the welfare of the community. This Club continues to meet as a force for good and philanthropy in Beaver Falls today. Lulu K Reeves, in whose honor the scholarship is being awarded, was a Founding member of the Outlook Club with a passion for education.
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Honoring Fred Rogers, creator of Mr. Roger's Neighborhood, "Won't You Be My Neighbor Day" is on March 20th. Neighborhood North will dedicate the full week of March 20-25 to exploring emotions through mask-making in the Maker Space, followed by stage or puppet show performances.