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Paint a Mural! The Little Italy Wayfinding Mural Project. Service Hours!

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ORGANIZATION: Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network

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Little Italy Wayfinding Mural A new and exciting mural is in the works for Erie’s Little Italy Neighborhood, and we need your help painting it! If you can paint-by-number, you can do this, we promise. This is a super fun activity for team-building, summer campers, seniors - anyone really! The community’s help is vital for the completion of the project and we would love to see you.

July 20th through August 6 th @ Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, 643 W 17th Street

Open painting sessions, ages 14 and up:

EVERY Monday: 6-8pm

EVERY Tuesday through Saturday: 10am - 8pm (closed for 1 hour at 12noon & 5pm)

(Closed Sundays)

Led by artist and educator, Dr. Natalia Pilato, the mural is being created in-studio inside the gymnasium at Holy Trinity Lutheran Church, located at 643 W 17th St, and installed on the exterior of the Odessa’s Place at 628 W 18th St.

Reservations are not required but encouraged for groups of 8 or more. Please e-mail Alison at with any questions or inquiries.

I hope you can join us!

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About Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network


425 West 18th St., Erie, PA 16502, US

Mission Statement

The SSJ Neighborhood Network, sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Northwestern Pennsylvania, provides leadership, advocates for local residents, and partners with the broader community to develop opportunities for both personal growth and neighborhood revitalization.


The Sisters of St. Joseph Neighborhood Network (SSJNN) was formed in January of 2000 for the purpose of reaching out to the neighborhood from 12th to 26th Streets and State Street to Cranberry Street in Erie, Pennsylvania. The SSJNN's initial efforts included a resident survey to obtain basic demographic information, identify community needs, and assess residents' perceptions of the neighborhood. Based on the information gathered, the SSJNN has coordinated efforts with various other community providers and developed new programs to address the most critical needs in the neighborhood.


Arts & Culture
Education & Literacy
Arts & Culture, Community, Education & Literacy


Thu Jul 28, 2022 - Sat Aug 06, 2022
10:00 AM - 08:00 PM


643 West 17th StreetErie, PA 16502




  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Must be at least 14

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