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Plainville Cultural Council

The Plainville Cultural Council’s mission is to approve events for the town of Plainville MA. These events are sponsored and governed by the State Cultural Council.
We serve the town of Plainville MA. and its surrounding community. We base our funding decisions on events that will be of interest to all Residents (individuals, families and seniors).


Lisa Burtan, Chair

142 South Street
Plainville, MA 02762-1917

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Application Information

FY23 Allocation


FY23 Local Priorities

Plainville Cultural Council will accept online applications only.

Applications are considered with the following priorities in mind:

Projects that are innovative, collaborative, and creative.
Projects that address a community need or reach an underserved population.
Community-based programs and events.

Other considerations:

Grant awards typically range between $100 and $500. Larger grants are awarded by discretion of the Council.

Plainville-based applicants are given preference.

Each applicant must have the venue approved before submission and supply that information on the application form.

There will be a limit of three consecutive years for the same project to be submitted for PLCC funding by an applicant. However, the Council will carefully scrutinize repeat requests. Such proposals should include sources of support to show the project is not dependent solely on Council funding.

To reapply for a consecutive project, include information including date of last event, and the number of people who attended the event.

FY23 Local Guidelines

Preference will be given to applicants who:
have a local contact
have a site for their program/project
have a date
cite the approximate number of Plainville residents that will benefit from the program

Plainville Cultural Council encourages local residents to apply for grants.

How Grant Recipients Are Paid

Direct Grants

FY22 Funding List

Name Project Title Amount
Friends of the Plainville Public Library, Inc. MUSEUM OF SCIENCE LIBRARY PASS $600
Plainville Parks Department Summer Rec Field Trip $1,500
Easton Children's Museum, Inc. Science Fun at the Campsite $300
Attleboro Community Theatre, Inc. "Picasso at the Lapin Agile" a one act play written by Steve Martin $100
Mankita, Jay Maker Space Build-Along: Chain Reactions! $500
Plainville Public Library Teddy Bear Picnic with music by Cindy Tuminelli $250
Plainville Public Library Nature Craft with Pamela Boutin-Coviella for Craft Camp Week at the Library $200
Plainville Historical Commission The iC4K series E interactive technology equipment $500
Plainville Public Library Hands on Geography with Carol Cohen $175
Plainville Public Library Animal Adventures $180
Plainville Public Library The Fairy Tailor presented by Sarah Nolen through the Puppet Showplace Theater Th $275
Plainville Public Library Story Time visit with The Tower Princess and her Friend $150
Plainville Public Library Summer Family Concerts from the Plainville Library at Telford Park featuring Rockabye Beats $250
Hurlbut, Steven M. Jumpin' Juba summer concert for Plainville Library $200
Plainville Public Library Family Community Concert at Telford Park with the Cool Banana Wig Band $400
Mankita, Jay Maker Space Build-Along: Stick-eometry! $500
King Philip Music Association, Inc. Summer Lesson Program $600
Museum of American Bird Art at Mass Audubon Nature in Your Neighborhood $300
Plainville Public Library Community Concert with Toe Jam Puppet Band $395
Plainville Public Library Ukulele and You presented by Don Rovero $227

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