[Preservenw] Heritage Capital Fund Project Workshops in March
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Learn about Heritage Capital Fund Project Grants at Spring Workshops
Heritage Capital Project Fund 2011-2013
Workshops for Potential Applicants this month!
Since 1997, the Heritage Capital Projects Fund (HCPF) has supported local
leaders in communities across the state as they have worked to preserve our
heritage, interpret its meaning, and serve the public. HCPF grants have
assisted 198 local heritage projects, resulting in the construction of new
museums and interpretive centers, additions to heritage facilities,
improvements to archives and museum collection storage, preservation and
reuse of historic structures, restoration of historic ships, and
rehabilitation of historic railroad equipment.
Workshops for potential applicants for 2011-13 biennium HCPF grants will be
held at the following times and places:
* March 24 - Moses Lake Museum and Art Center
* March 25 - Washington State History Museum, Tacoma
* March 26 - Duwamish Longhouse, Seattle
These workshops will run from 10 a.m. to noon. No registration is required.
The Heritage Capital Projects Fund application will be available prior to
the first workshop. The deadline for submission will be May 12, 2010.
The HCPF advisory panel, chaired by Royce Pollard of Vancouver, will produce
a ranked list of up to $10 million in new projects. The Washington State
Historical Society will include a list of projects in its proposed 2011-13
capital budget, which will be considered by the Governor and Legislature.
Watch http://www.washingtonhistory.org/heritageServices/grants.aspx for more
To be placed on a list to receive the application and related updates on the
HCPF program, contact Garry Schalliol, Director, Outreach Services,
Washington State Historical Society (garrys at wshs.wa.gov or 253-798-5879).
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