In This Issue
July 2018

Early Childhood Center Students and Families Celebrate Successful Year of Learning

The Neighborhood House hosted a Family Day for students in our Early Childhood Center, bringing children,  families and friends  together in our Auditorium to celebrate the end of the school year and recognize our students' accomplishments and growth.  The children performed original songs they learned together throughout the year in their Visual and Performing Arts classes and engaged in fun art projects.  Congratulations to the incredible students, families and staff in our Early Childhood Center! 

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Older Adults Showcase Talents During Summer Solstice Dance Performance

Older adult members of the Center @ Lenox Hill Neighborhood House and our Senior Center at Saint Peter's Church performed tap dance, Chinese folk dance, flamenco and more for audiences of their peers during their final dance performances.  The shows were a culmination of their dance classes at our senior centers.  After the show, the audience enjoyed a fun dance party in our Auditorium. 

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Adult Students Celebrate Successful Year of Learning English

Our Adult Education program held a year-end celebration, welcoming students and their families to celebrate a successful year of learning.  Lenox Hill Neighborhood House's ESOL classes provide useful English language skills to our students, the majority of whom are immigrants living or working in our community.  Practical language skills allow students to advocate for themselves, their families and their communities, to find meaningful employment and to develop stronger relationships.  Congratulations to our terrific students and their teachers on their wonderful accomplishments.

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Older Adults Explore Words as Visual Art  

During their Words as Visual Art class, members of the Center @ Lenox Hill Neighborhood House explored how to use their own words as visual art. The class explored ways to manipulate and present language in the form of signs, marks, materials and other objects. At the end of the class, our Center community gathered for an exhibition and reception where participants displayed and discussed their works of art.

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RealArts Students Explore Rubin Museum and Engage in Hands-On Art Activity

Our RealArts Afterschool students jetted off to the  Rubin Museum of Art  for a group tour focusing on animals in art.  Following the tour, the children engaged in a hands-on art-based activity, which used scrolls, block prints and maps from the museum's collection as a point of inspiration for their own painting and sketching.

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