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The Lincoln City Cultural Center has announced several events taking place in February and March:

Schedule of Events, February-March

February
Sunday, Feb. 3         Celtic Concert Series: The Outside Track, 2 pm

Winner of ‘Best Group’ in both the Live Ireland awards and the Tradition In Review awards, The Outside Track is one of the top Celtic acts in the world. They were ‘Best Live Act’ nominees in the MG Alba Scots Traditional Music Awards, and won the German Radio Critics Prize, for their album Flash Company. Live Ireland called them, ‘Among the top bands in the world – stunning on every cut!’ Hailing from Scotland, Ireland, and Cape Breton, its five members are united by a love of traditional music and a commitment to creating new music on this as a foundation. They blend fiddle, accordion, harp, guitar, flute, whistle, step-dance and vocals with breathtaking vitality. Their blend of boundless energy and unmistakable joie de vivre has won them a large following around the globe. Advance tickets $25 adults/$23 seniors/$10 youth ages 18 and under; LCCC membership discount applies. For details head to lincolncityculturalcenter.org or call 541-994-9994.

Thursdays, Feb. 7-March 14                       Family Matters Cooking Class, 5:30-7:30 pm
Food Share of Lincoln County and the LCCC are presenting this free, 6-week hands-on Family Cooking Matters class. The course is for families who access SNAP, WIC, TANF or SSI benefits. Income verification is not required. Thursdays from 5:30 to 7:30 pm, in the downstairs kitchen at the LCCC. For more information or to register call 541-265-8578, ext. 3.

Thursday, Feb. 7      You’re Just Our Type: Red Cross Blood Drive, 1-6 pm

Celebrate the month of love by making a life-saving blood donation to the American Red Cross. Bring a date, or come alone – it doesn’t matter. You’ll be somebody’s type, we guarantee it. Make an appointment by heading to redcrossblood.org or by calling 1-800­-RED CROSS (1-800­-733-2767)

Feb. 8-March 4          In the Gallery: “Something Old, Something New”
Opening Reception Friday, Feb. 8, 5-7 pm

An exhibition of mixed media artworks (acrylic and collage on watercolor paper) by David Wilson, recasting old film and television performers into situations in the artist’s life. The colors and patterns are influenced by classic movie posters. Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at this opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, Feb. 8. In conjunction with this show, The Bijou will offer special films on Saturday, Feb. 9. The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, March 4, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

Saturday, Feb. 9       Sweetheart Dance with the Lincoln Pops Orchestra, 7-10 pm

Enjoy three sets of quintessential Big Band music, from the 25 musicians of the Lincoln Pops Orchestra. There will be punch, cookies and a sweet flower for every lady, along with no-host beer, wine and sodas. Bring a friend or bring your love, dance along or just sit and listen. Everyone is welcome to this community celebration of love and music. General admission tickets are $13 each (ages 18 and up), $25 for two, and $8 for youth. LCCC member discount applies.

Sunday, Feb. 10       Coffee Concert, 2 pm

Join pianist/vocalist Rita Warton, young piano students, favorite tenor Bob Herman, and the trio of Paul, Paula and Barbara Beard for a casual afternoon concert. Complimentary pastries and Cape Foulweather Coffee. Admission by donation, with all proceeds going toward the operations of the LCCC.

Tuesday, Feb. 12     Antique Week Appraise-a-thon, 6:30 pm

You found it, you love it, but what is it worth? No need to go home without answers. Come to the Appraise-a-thon, where a panel of experts will help you learn more about your treasure and its value. Admission is free, plus you’ll have a chance to find even more loot at the Silent Auction. Admission is free. Part of a city-wide celebration of all things vintage, including an antique train display, antique sales and more:lincolncityantiqueweek.com.

Friday-Monday, Feb. 15-18             Pop-Up Antique Faire, 9 am to 5 pm

This all-new Antique Week event will feature an eclectic array of vendors, a book talk with author Carol Dare (“When the World Wept”) along with a booth where you can record your family’s story of “Coming to Oregon”, to be featured on the Lincoln City Antique Week Facebook Page and website. Part of a city-wide celebration of all things vintage, including an antique train display, antique sales and more:lincolncityantiqueweek.com.

Sunday, Feb. 17       Conversation Project: The Ecology of Creative Space, 2 pm

What can an Aspen grove teach us about communication? What can we learn from a flock of geese about collaboration? Or from a mushroom, about transformation? Oregon is experiencing a shift in the landscape of creative spaces in our communities. Population changes, (dis)investment, public policy or the lack of it, and climate change have all had a hand in opening, closing, and changing places that are important to us culturally and creatively. The natural world — of which we are a part — is constantly changing and evolving and has much to teach us about living in these times. Join facilitator Maesie Speer for a conversation that asks, “Can we find inspiration from our natural surroundings to imagine new ways to build creative spaces?” This conversation will include some hands-on activities. The Lincoln City Cultural Plaza Project hosts this free, public Oregon Humanities Conversation Project event.

*Tuesday, Feb. 19                Free Grant Workshop & “Conversations With the Funders” Event

Do you have a nonprofit or a cultural project that needs more funding? Of course you do! More than $5 million in funding will be available when Oregon Cultural Trust Manager Aili Schreiner joins with colleagues from the Cultural Trust’s Statewide Partners and other funders, bringing their “Conversations with the Funders” series back to Lincoln City. Attendees at these free events can learn about funding programs available from multiple grantmakers, and will have the opportunity to discuss their projects and programs with professionals from around the state. The day will begin with a free grant application preparation workshop, presented by Travel Oregon, from 9 am to noon. Then, from 1:30 to 5 pm, the funders will station themselves at tables for an afternoon of “speed-dating” information and conversation. All activities are free, and it’s ok to drop in to the afternoon session. To learn more, contact Niki Price at 541-994-9994 or Aili Schreiner at [email protected] or 503-986-0089.

Tues, Feb. 19; Wednesday, Feb. 20; and Thursday, Feb. 21
Bijou Presents: 2019 Oscar Nominated Shorts, 7 pm nightly

See all the nominated short films from this year’s Academy Award roster, all at the Lincoln City Cultural Center. A different program each night: Live Action (Tuesday), Animated (Wednesday) and Documentary (Thursday), starting at 7 pm each night at the LCCC. Admission is $10 each night. Or get a pass for all three for $28. A joint presentation of The Bijou Theatre and the LCCC.

*Saturday, Feb. 23   “Murder at the Oscars” Taft Drama Club Murder Mystery Event, 3 and 7 pm
Have dinner, see friends, and watch a mystery unfold before your eyes, courtesy of the students, parents and advisors of the Taft 7-12 Drama Club. This event is raising money for the club’s upcoming performance of “Shrek, The Musical.” Seatings at 3 pm and 7 pm, choose between chicken or eggplant parmesan. Tickets $20 single or $35 couple when purchased from a member of the club. Online tickets $22 and $37 at lincolncityculturalcenter.org.

Sunday, Feb. 24       Concert: Jet Black Pearl, 7 pm
It all started 25 years ago in the back of a thrift store in Prague. Jetty Swart stumbled upon a fancy accordion. She smuggled it back home and stared at it for a couple of weeks before she realized that now she had to learn how to play it, and write songs. And sing them. Since then, the Dutch-born Jetty has become the World Wild Accordion Diva, playing from the streets of New York to theaters and festivals in France (with her band Yeti), until she met The Amazing Bubble Man and moved with him to Portland. She now sings in English, but she’s kept her strange accent and her faithful fancy accordion. With her Jet Black Pearl Trio (Tom Goicoechea on drums and Bill Athens on bass) Jetty sings, raps and beat boxes about slugs in love, criminal gurus and hallucinating butterflies. Tickets $15 adv/$17 door/$10 youth. LCCC members get $2 off.

Tuesday, Feb. 26     Chamber of Commerce Luncheon: State of the City, 11:30 am
This annual luncheon will feature the first State of the City address by incoming Mayor Dick Anderson, along with raffles, drawings, member updates and more. Open to non-chamber members and the public. To make your reservation, call the Chamber at 541-994-3070.

 

March 2019
Saturday, March 2                Concert: Terry Schumacher, 7 pm

Terry Schumacher is known throughout the classical guitar world as a performer, experimenter, musicologist and music transcriber extraordinaire. At this concert, Schumacher will perform on a baroque lute and an 11-string guitar that he designed. The program will feature the world premiere “Divertimento Barroco” by Leo Brouwer, along with Bach and a selection of show tunes. Advance tickets $25 adults/$23 seniors/$10 youth ages 18 and under; LCCC membership discount applies. For details head to lincolncityculturalcenter.org or call 541-994-9994.

 

*Sunday, March 3     Concert: Pete Olson, 2 pm

Get set for a Sunday matinee with Pete Olson: a singer, picker, and writer of sweet, often hopeful, sometimes sad, always poetic songs. A Lincoln City native son, Olson actually attended Delake Elementary School, now home to the LCCC, and is looking forward to playing in his old gymnasium. He’s performed on street corners and in coffee houses, roadhouses, churches, living rooms, and concert halls across America and around the world – and shared the spotlight and traded licks with musical greats like Country Joe McDonald, Barry & Holly Tashian, Jimmy Ibbotson of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, The Rowan Brothers, and many others. Admission price TBD.

Tuesday, March 5    Bob Herman’s 85th Birthday Party, 5 pm
The ageless tenor Bob Herman returns to the LCCC stage to celebrate his 85th birthday with (of course) a selection of his favorite songs. More information to come.

Thursday and Friday, March 7 and March 8        TheatreWorks “Dragons Love Tacos & Other Stories”
Students in grades k-4, from all over Lincoln City, will be flocking to the LCCC to see this musical revue of favorite contemporary children’s books, including “Dragons Love Tacos” (Adam Rubin), “Interrupting Chicken” (David Ezra Stein), “The Dot” (Peter H. Reynolds), “Mercy Watson Goes for a Ride” (Kate DiCamillo) and “Cowgirl Kate and Cocoa School Days” (Erica Silverman). These daytime performances are designed for large school groups but some individual tickets may be available. For information, call Niki at 541-994-9994.

Thursday, March 7   Celtic Concert Series: Realta, 7 pm

Hailing from the Ulster city of Belfast, Realta is an award winning multi-instrumentalist group presents an enchanting program of dance music interspersed with the occasional story, air and song. While Conor Lamb and Aaron O’Hagan pursue the melody on Uilleann pipes and whistles, guitarist and vocalist Deirdre Galway explores the harmony and rhythms within the tunes. All-Ireland champions Dermot Mulholland and Dermot Moynagh complete the line-up with dynamic accompaniments on double bass, bouzouki, banjo, voice and bodhrán, making this one of the most exciting acts on the Irish music scene today. Advance tickets $25 adults/$23 seniors/$10 youth ages 18 and under; LCCC membership discount applies. For details head to lincolncityculturalcenter.org or call 541-994-9994.

March 8-April 8         In the Gallery: “Two Water Ways”
Opening Reception Friday, March 8, 5-7 pm

Two notable Oregon artists, Bill Shumway and Pam Serra-Wenz, will approach the subject of water in two dimensions, abstract and beautiful in its own right as well as the key to life itself. Join us for a glass of wine and complimentary nibbles at this opening reception: 5-7 pm on Friday, March 8. The exhibit will remain on display through Monday, April 8, open 9 am to 5 pm Thursday-Monday.

*Saturday, March 9  Neskowin Valley School presents: “Force of Nature”, 7 pm
“Force of Nature” is a compelling one-hour theatrical work and post-show dialogue that brings to light the social, political and cultural issues of childbirth. Written and performed by Carole Groobman, an NVS alumni parent. For more information call NVS Head of School Kelly Ellis, 503-392-3124.

Tuesday, March 12  “¡Corre! ¡Corre! A Race Against Time” by Milagro Theatre Company, 6:30 pm

Inspired by the real life stories of Tarahumara runners, “¡Corre! ¡Corre!” shares the story of a young girl and her coach, who sees her potential as an Olympic competitor. Renowned for their incredible long distance running ability, the Tarahumara are the indigenous people from the northwestern region of Mexico. ¡Corre! ¡Corre!, by Ajai Terrasa Tripathi, uses mythical imagery, dance movement, and poetic narrative to showcase a cultural perspective that inspires athleticism and perseverance. The show will be offered in two daytime performances for 5th, 6th and 7th graders from Taft Elementary and Taft 7-12, followed by a free community performance at 6:30 pm. Sponsored by Family Promise of Lincoln County, the Lincoln County School District and the Sponenburgh Memorial Trust. Doors will open at 6 pm.

*Saturday, March 16 and Sunday, March 17                    St. Patrick’s Day Unplugged

Join Pipedance (Nora Sherwood and Gary Burman) for a cozy, multicultural musical tribute to St. Patrick’s Day, complete with stepdancing, flamenco, pipes and plenty of percussion from around the world. You’re invited to join the tribe and gather ’round a central stage, at one of two performances.  On Saturday night, the show will include dinner: Judy Hardy’s homemade corned beef, cabbage, potatoes, soda bread and dessert. Tickets for the Saturday evening event (dinner at 6 pm, show at 7) will be $32 adults, $30 for seniors and $15 for youth ages 18 and younger. The show will be offered again at 2 pm on Sunday, March 17, with snacks and beverages rather than a full meal. Tickets for the Sunday St. Patrick’s Day Unplugged performance will be $18 adults, $16 seniors and $8 for youth ages 8 and younger.

*Saturday, March 23                        Republican Committee Meet & Greet, 1-3 pm
All are welcome to this public gathering, with refreshments, sponsored by the Lincoln County Republican Central Committee. For information call Lyn Owen, 541-419-6845.

Sunday, March 24-Thursday, April 4        Festival of Illusions 2019

The LCCC’s weather-proof, family-friendly Spring Break celebration of all things magical! Nine big evening shows at 7 pm, with reserved seats $16 adults, $14 for seniors/students, $8 for youth ages 5-18, and free for kids age 4 and younger. During the day, March 25-29, kids can enjoy the Abra Cadabra Art Workshop from 1-4 pm (drop in for $5). Sponsored by the Oregon Coast TODAY and Explore Lincoln City.

Here’s the evening show lineup:

Sunday, March 24 – Rudi Galindo

Monday, March 25 – Magician Jeff Evans

Tuesday, March 26 – The Amazing Bubble Man

Wednesday, March 27 – The Amazing Bubble Man

Thursday, March 28 – Mentalist Brian Ledbetter

Friday, March 29 – Iman Lizarazu

Saturday, March 30 –Monday, April 1 — —          No evening performances,

Info Center and Gallery open 9 am to 5 pm

Tuesday, April 2 — Henrik Bothe

Wednesday, April 3 – Angel Ocasio (Spanish and English)

Thursday, April 4 – Stefano Iaboni

CLASS SCHEDULE

Would you like to teach a class at the Lincoln City Cultural Center? Our spaces rent for as little as $10 an hour. For details call Kerry, 541-994-9994.

NEW MOON YOGA

New Moon is a collective run by volunteers, overseen by the LCCC, with a goal to make the benefits of yoga available to anyone. There are classes for all levels of experience and range from 1 hour to 80 minutes. As of the writing of this schedule (Feb. 2019) the schedule was as follows:

Mondays             8:30 am           Back, Ball & Balance (Laura, All Levels)

5:30 pm           Hatha Yoga Level 1 (Anne-Laure, All Levels)

Tuesdays                       8:30 am           Alignment & More (Laura, All Levels)

5:30 pm           Vinyasa Flow (Jill, All Levels)

Wednesdays     9 am                Yoga Flow (Britt, Intermediate-Advanced)

Thursdays          9 am                Smooth Vinyasa (Dawn, All Levels)

Noon                Alignment & More (Laura, All Levels)

Fridays               9 am                Vinyasa Flow (Anne-Laure, All Levels)

Saturdays                       10 am              Instructor’s Choice (Britt, All Levels)

For the latest schedule, prices and special punch card promotions, log into www.NewMoonYoga.org. For more information or to get on the daily class reminder e-mail list contact [email protected]

TONE & TIGHTEN TUESDAYS WITH BECCA BLUE

A just-right workshop, at a just right time, Tuesday evenings from 5:45 to 6:30 in the Dance Studio. Get leaner arms, firmer abs and a nice lifted butt, plus increased flexibility. Encouraged fee $5, but the first class is free. Bring a mat and a friend! Learn more by contacting Rebecca Haslett, [email protected].

MOSAIC WORKSHOPS – Joanne Daschel teaches classes, creates fine art mosaic landscapes and makes popular custom address signs in Studio 1 in the lower level of the LCCC. She also leads mosaic mentoring and project-based classes, like:

v  Hammer & Hardie Workshop with Lynn Adamo – Feb. 23 & 24

v  Mosaic Studio Sessions – Mondays 1-4 pm

To learn more, contact her at 541-992-0906 or email [email protected].

BALLET FOR YOUTH AND ADULTS

Diane Christiansen teaches ballet every Saturday in the LCCC Dance Studio. Currently, the schedule is as follows: Ages 4-6 (9 am), Ages 7 and Up Beginners (10 am), Adults (11:15 am) and Ages 7 and up Advanced (1 pm). The fee is $36/month with a discount for siblings. For details, contact Diane at 507-514-7984.

IRISH DANCE – THURSDAYS

Nora is a retired Irish dance champ and musician who enjoys sharing her love of the dance and the music that accompanies it. She leads a weekly group session from 1-3 on Thursdays, and also offers private lessons. To register or learn more, call her at 541-283-5949 or e-mail [email protected].

ZUMBA with Tina – Wednesdays and Mondays at 5:30

Ditch the workout, and join the party. No dance experience required! Salsa * Merengue * Reggaeton * Bellydancing * Tango * Samba * Cumbia * Bachata  *FUN  * TONING * WEIGHTLOSS.  To learn more, contact Tina Marshall, 541-921-8353, [email protected] or FB “Zumba With Tina.” Drop-ins welcome, and punch cards are available.

ENCOURAGING HEALTHY WEIGHS – MONDAYS 5:15 to 6 pm

This group meets every Monday, to lose weight and be healthy in a fun and caring way. Weigh-in set for 5 pm, class from 5:30 to 6:15 pm. Open to anyone struggling with weight issues. No pressure! No stress! Just encouragement. Cost: $5 per month. Drop-ins welcome. For more info or to pre-register, call Tracy at 541-764-2510 or Elizabeth at 541-994-6902.

BEACHTOWN TOASTMASTERS – SECOND & FOURTH TUESDAYS at Noon

Become the speaker and leader you want to be, with help from Toastmasters International. The local chapter gathers in Margaret’s Meeting Room on the second and fourth Tuesdays of each month. To join the group and sign up for the day’s schedule, be there at 11:50 am. To learn more contact David Jamieson, [email protected].

CERAMICS FOR ADULTS – TUESDAYS 6-8:30 pm
In the lower level (Studio 3) of the LCCC, with ceramics workstations, rollers, wheels and kilns. Adult Clay Night with Open Studio is held on Tuesdays from 6-8:30 pm, $90 plus materials for an eight-week session. Open studio time, private instruction and special events are available.

LCCC TEXTILE CENTER – Operated by volunteers Lyle and Arlene Gowing, and featuring a wide variety of looms, wheels, yarns and books; four floor looms, two rigid heddle looms, six spinning wheels, two tapestry looms, two quilt frames, lots of yarn for your projects, sold by donation to the Cultural Center. For a donation of $25 to the LCCC, the Gowings will give you an introductory lesson in spinning or weaving.  Call 541-992-5150 to make an appointment for a class, or drop by during the following hours:

Wednesdays                          11 am to 8 pm
Thursday and Friday          11 am to 3 pm

Other days and times by appointment

LOOM RENTAL — Looms are available for rent, $5 an hour or $80 a month.

FARTS (Fiber Arts, Radical Teachers and Students) – A Fiber Fellowship of artists who meet every Wednesday from 3-5 pm at the Textiles Studio

For information, contact Niki Price, [email protected] or 541-994-9994 (unless otherwise noted)

Lincoln City Cultural Center & Visitor Info Center

The Lincoln City Cultural Center and the official Lincoln City Visitor Information Center are open to the public for our WINTER SCHEDULE, staffed by employees and volunteers, from 9 am to 5 pm Thursday through Monday (closed on Tuesday and Wednesday). To reach the info center, call 541-994-3302. For all ticket and event inquiries, call 541-994-9994.

How to Purchase Tickets

Tickets may be purchased anytime on our website, www.lincolncity-culturalcenter.org. Click the large “Buy Tickets Online” button on the left side of the screen. Tickets may also be purchased by calling our business office, 541-994-9994, or in person at the Visitor Information Center, open Thursday-Monday from 9 am to 5 pm. LCCC Members always receive $2 off LCCC event ticket prices; to redeem use the code on your membership card. For membership information call 541 994-9994 or see our website.

2019 ‘CONVERSATIONS WITH FUNDERS AND PARTNERS’ SCHEDULED: MORE THAN $5 MILLION IN FUNDING AVAILABLE FOR 2019 (PHOTO)

News Release from Oregon Cultural Trust
Salem – More than $5 million in funding will be available when Oregon Cultural Trust Manager Aili Schreiner joins with colleagues from the Cultural Trust’s Statewide Partners and other funders Feb. 12 through March 11 for “Conversations with Funders and Partners,” a seven-stop series of application workshops. Attendees will learn about funding programs available from multiple grantmakers and will have the opportunity to discuss their projects and programming. Other statewide programming resources and application preparation guidance (three locations) also will be presented.

Participating will be representatives from the Cultural Trust’s Statewide Partners – the Oregon Arts Commission, Oregon Heritage, Oregon Humanities and the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office – as well as counterparts from The Oregon Community Foundation (most locations), the James F. and Marion L. Miller Foundation, Travel Oregon and Portland’s Regional Arts and Culture Council (Portland location).

As a special bonus for potential applicants, the events in Lincoln City, La Grande and Roseburg will be combined with free application writing workshops presented by Meredith Howell of Travel Oregon. The application writing workshops are scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon in Lincoln City and La Grande and from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in Roseburg, all in the same locations. Travel Oregon will also participate in the Conversations events in those locations.

Organizations encouraged to attend “Conversations with Funders and Partners” include libraries, arts organizations, museums, cultural centers, historical societies, arts alliances, literary groups and heritage organizations. All cultural nonprofit organizations are welcome.

“There are more than 1,450 cultural nonprofits serving Oregonians,” said Schreiner. “We want to make sure they know about the significant funding and programming resources that are here to support them.”

Among the funding opportunities discussed will be the Cultural Trust’s 2019 Cultural Development Program; application guidelines will be posted on the Trust website Friday, Feb. 8, with an April 19 application deadline (see details below).

“Conversations with Funders and Partners” begin Tuesday, Feb. 12, in Bandon and conclude in Roseburg on Monday, March 11. Registration is not required.

The full schedule is:

  • Bandon: 2-5 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 12, Bandon Conference & Community Center

(Room 4) 1200 11th St SW, Bandon, OR 97411

  • Eugene: 12-3:30 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 13, Eugene Public Library

(Bascom-Tykeson Room) 100 W 10th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401

  • Lincoln City*: 1:30-5 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 19, Lincoln City Cultural Center

(Auditorium) 540 NE Hwy 101, Lincoln City, OR 97367

  • East Portland: 4-7 p.m., Wednesday, Feb. 20, Portland Community College (Southeast Campus Community Hall) 2305 SE 82nd Ave, Portland, OR 97216
  • La Grande*: 1:30-5 p.m., Tuesday, March 5, Island City Hall

(Community Meeting Room) 10605 Island Ave, Island City, OR 97850

  • Bend: 2:45-5:45 p.m., Thursday, March 7, Downtown Bend Public Library

(Brooks Meeting Room) 601 NW Wall St. Bend, OR 97701

  • Roseburg*: 4:15-6 p.m., Monday, March 11, Ford Family Foundation

1600 NW Stewart Pkwy, Roseburg, OR 97471

*Please note: Free grant application prep workshops, presented by Travel Oregon, will precede the events in Lincoln City, La Grande and Roseburg. The workshops are scheduled for 9 a.m. to noon in Lincoln City and La Grande and from 1 to 4 p.m. in Roseburg, all at the same event locations.

Oregon Cultural Trust Cultural Development Program

The Cultural Trust’s Cultural Development Program recognizes and supports significant projects through four program funded categories: Access; Preservation; Creativity; and Capacity.

In 2018 the Cultural Trust awarded more than $3 million in statewide grants. Cultural Development Program grants represent one third of the annual funding the Cultural Trust provides to Oregon’s cultural nonprofits. Other funding includes grants to the Trust’s five statewide partners – to support their mission goals and respective funding programs – and to 45 county and tribal cultural coalitions that fund local initiatives, projects and programs.

FY2020 Cultural Development Program grants are for projects and activities that will occur between Aug. 1, 2019, and July 30, 2020.

Grant guidelines will be posted by Friday, Feb. 8, for an application deadline of 5 p.m. on Friday, April 19.

For more information contact Schreiner at [email protected] or 503-986-0089.

* Indicates that the event has been added since the last published calendar

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