Coatesville Programs

Family Story Time Yoga

AHHAH offers 6-week sessions of Family Story time Yoga. This is a free class geared towards building the bonds between parents and children using story, songs and yoga.


Feel free to drop in on any class during the session. This class was developed as a support and outreach effort of the PULL Together Campaign.

Location: Gordon Early Literacy Center, 351 Kersey St, Coatesville, PA 19320

Dates: June 18 - July 23 (Mondays Only)

Time: 10 - 10:45 AM

For more information contact Amanda at

Women's Gentle Yoga

Take a few minutes to relax and recharge!

Women will practice gentle yoga, breath work, and relaxation techniques.


This is a donation-based class with a $5 minimum suggested donation. However, no one will be turned away if a donation is not possible. 100% of the proceeds go to AHHAH's Coatesville Programs for children.

Theatre Initiatives

AHHAH  partners with local theaters in an effort to make theatre accessible to students and families in Coatesville. For May, we partnered with People's Light  for their production of A Single Shard. This production was the inspired adaptation by the Tony Award Pulitzer Prize winning playwright, Robert Schenkkan, of Linda Sue Park's Newberry Award winning novel. This is a multicultural intergenerational powerful and uplifting coming-of-age story that follows a 12 year old homeless orphan who strives to find a better life. The themes of identity, courage, compassion, perseverance and resiliency resonate powerfully in this story.


Students from South Brandywine Middle School said "A Single Shard was -The Bomb!!!"  



For many children, this was their first time seeing live theatre. Each student was given a copy of the book and attended an AHHAH workshop afterwards to connect theatre, literacy, and their imaginations. 

Chester County Youth

Center Programs

Girls' Shelter

AHHAH offers bi-weekly yoga class as well as a bi-weekly expressive arts & writing workshop for the girls in the non-Secure Shelter program. This program provides emergency and temporary non-secure housing for dependent girls ages 10-18 who live in Chester County.

Evening Reporting Center (ERC)

AHHAH provides bi-monthly yoga classes and bi-monthly expressive arts workshops for boys in the ERC which serves Chester County's pre-adjudicated and adjudicated adolescent males.


AHHAH offers bi-weekly optional classes focused on relaxation, breathing techniques, and guided meditation for both boys and girls in detention. AHHAH also offers weekly expressive arts and writing workshops with both boys and girls in detention.