Homegrown’s Incubation Grants

To promote contemporary music education in K-12 schools, the Duluth Homegrown Music Festival proudly announces the first opportunity in its new grant-making program: Incubation Grants. Entering its 13th year, the Duluth Homegrown Music Festival will recognize the continued support of the Twin Ports’ unique music community by reinvesting in our youth. These Incubation Grants will be available to educators in public, private and home-school settings for up to $500 ($1,000 for educators who pool their resources) and can include instructional materials, textbooks, teacher training, field trips or any other expenditures directly related to beginning or enhancing an existing contemporary music curriculum. More information and an application can be found at duluthhomegrown.com. Applications are due Nov. 19, 2010.

Rock on, Little Dudes.

5 Comments

baci

about 12 years ago

WOOT onto our chicken, may you never end up in a Spur bucket!

Way to put the money where the rock is!

SD-M

about 12 years ago

Thanks Baci, I hope you'll help spread the good word!

adam

about 12 years ago

Moiré chicken hurts me. :/

SD-M

about 12 years ago

I thought he was cute!

adam

about 12 years ago

Chicken's cute. Moiré pattern burns my eyes. :P

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