Bottle Cap Mural with ACLAMO

Pottstown Community Arts is excited to create a bottle cap mural with ACLAMO Family Center’s summer program. “ACLAMO Family Centers provides improved access to economic, educational, health, social, and cultural opportunities to low-income individuals and families in Montgomery County, especially those of Spanish-speaking heritage.” [Facebook page] Today, our artists drew the outline …

Yard Art at the Rotary Pavilion

On Saturday May 20th, Pottstown Community Arts joined several members of the Pottstown Rotary Club in sprucing up the Rotary pavilion at the Riverfront Park. We pulled weeds together and spread a small hill of mulch around the pavilion. Small children took rides in the empty wheelbarrows as they made their …

King Street Bridge Project 2017

With the help of 2 art classes from The Hill School, the King Street Bridge Project was hung in record time – less than 10 minutes. The artwork from local children and elders hide the old, rusted bridge upon which it hangs, beautifying the Manatawny Creek area. Thank you to the …

Painted Rocks Lining a Garden Path

After hosting just 3 rock painting events, we had accumulated over 300 painted rocks. On the morning of Saturday May 8th before the skies opened up, we attended the Mosaic Garden Open House. Our youngest helper dumped all the painted rocks on the ground. Together we lined the pathway with …

Painting Rocks at the Pottstown Library

On Wednesday, April 12th, we hosted our monthly Art Club at the Pottstown Regional Public Library in their downstairs Community room. 18 children and their parents came to the event in order to paint rocks. The night before, Marie and her 3 kids fished for rocks in the Schuylkill River …

Rupert Elementary Paints for Bridge Project 2017

Mrs. Procsal’s 3rd grade art class painted 120 fabric squares for the King Street Bridge Project 2017. It was so much fun taking pictures of their artwork. Some drew about things they liked to eat like pizza and water ice. Some drew about places in Pottstown they enjoyed visiting like the parks, …

Thanks to Our Sponsors

We begin the hard work of turning an old concrete barrier into a beautiful welcome sign this month on April 22nd! Our Schedule:  Saturday, April 22nd from 9am till 1pm = Clean Up Saturday, May 6th from 2pm till 6pm = Prime 1st coat Sunday, May 7th from 2 pm …

Welcome Sign Schedule

Help us transform an old concrete barrier into a beautiful welcome sign. This concrete barrier is located on the corner of Manatawny and King Streets, across from Ice House. We plan to paint the 85-foot barrier with a bright triangles of color and a welcoming message that will read: WELCOME …