ARTS AND HERITAGE COMMUNITY GRANTS
2016 Grant Recipients
Each year, the Purple Hills Arts & Heritage Society offers funding for arts and heritage projects to community groups and individuals in Creemore and the surrounding area. The deadline for applications is the end of January, and we make our assessments by the end of the following month.
We received especially strong applications this year.
Creemore Choral Festival – $1,500 (Artists fees and transportation)
Clearview Public Library – $700 (History and Genealogy Project)
Imaginarium – $800 (Summer Adventures in Art)
Creemore Legion – $500 (Canada Day Community Celebration)
Ann Clifford – $1,600 (The Heritage Draft Horse Mural)
Sue A. Miller – $1,200 (After School Arts Program)
Martha Bull – $1,800 (Adult Community Outreach Art Program)
We continue to provide arts and history bursaries to promising students at Stayner Collegiate Institute and Nottawasaga & Creemore Public School.