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Wilbraham Cultural Council

The Wilbraham Cultural Council mission is to help local arts and humanities groups and individuals fund their programs for the well-being and enjoyment of the town. In 2022 grants were awarded for programs at the library, for children, teens and adults. Musical winter concerts and summer festivals for all ages, and programs at Minnechaugh and the Senior Center.

If you have any questions regarding the grant program, please email the Wilbraham Cultural Council at the address listed below.

Contact

Jane Clark, Chair

413-883-6236

Address
240 Springfield Street
Wilbraham, MA 01095-2299

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Application Information

FY24 Allocation

$10,400

FY24 Local Priorities

The Wilbraham Cultural Council mission is to enrich the artistic and cultural life of Wilbraham, leading our residents to feel a deeper sense of community. The WCC funds high quality arts and education programs that will be of interest and benefit to as many segments of our population as possible. WCC encourages grant applications from individuals, organizations and private businesses in support of arts (including in performance, music, visual arts, media, folk, design, literary and interdisciplinary arts); humanities (including history, sonically studies, philosophy, criticism, and literature); and interpretative sciences (engaging people in learning about nature, science, and technology in ways that connect to their lives).

We are a group of civic minded volunteers who desire to promote and facilitate cultural activities and the arts, humanities and sciences in Wilbraham.

FY24 Local Guidelines

Grants are awarded to support the arts, humanities, interpretive sciences, visual arts, performing artists, science educators and historians, as well as community, business and civic groups, schools, neighborhood centers and community associations. We accept grants applications from individuals, organizations and private businesses. We make reimbursement based grants.

How Grant Recipients Are Paid

Reimbursement Grants

FY24 Funding List

Name Project Title Amount
Arakelian, Garine Lucky Clover Candle Making $250
Beck, Heather M. Copper Bookmark Workshop $250
Boughamer, Erin Leigh 3 Paint Sip Fun workshops for Kids, Teens & Adults at Wilbraham Public Library $975
Bruno, Roger A Celebration of Song - The Great American Songbook and Beyond $250
Clay, Sarah Blue Skies - Free Concert $350
Kachulis, Nick Life with Bill: A New Model for Aging. $300
Kennedy, Joseph Wilbraham Choral Society Concerts $250
Lappen, Henry Henry the Juggler Performance $250
Maichack, Gregory Painting Seascapes Inspired by Winslow Homer: Maintaining Habitats $475
Minnechaug Regional High School Minnechaug Regional HS Drama Club $4,500
One Book, One Community of Hampden Wilbraham Regional School District One Book, One Community Summer Programming $992
Pathways for Parents CFCE STEAM $200
Pathways for Parents CFCE Nature Bound Workshop $300
Richards, Raianne Community Concert with the Massachusetts Walking Tour $600
Roberge, Mandy H. Henna at the Library $250
Root, John A. Welcoming Pollinators $250
Spencer, Mike Hofbrauhaus Bavarians $1,000
The Old Post Road Orchestra, Inc. In the European Mountains $2,000
Thomas, Vic Blues Brothers Briefcase $1,000
Valley Photo Center, Inc. Wilbraham 2024 $250
Wilbraham Middle School International Week at Wilbraham Middle School $1,000
Wilbraham United Players Wilbraham United Players 23/24 Season $2,000
Wirt, Edward OAKLAND STROKE Concert $1,000
Witt, Mary Music for Community $600


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