Volunteers needed, grants offered for CRD arts

The Capital Regional District is seeking individuals to serve on the CRD arts advisory council.

The Capital Regional District is seeking individuals to serve on the CRD arts advisory council.

The arts advisory council is a volunteer committee that adjudicates CRD funding programs and provides advice and policy recommendations on issues relating to the arts in the Capital Region.

For more information, see www.crd.bc.ca/arts or call 250-360-3215. Applications are due by Feb. 1, 2013.

CRD arts committee is offering grants to a maximum of $2,000. The next deadline is, Feb. 28, 2013, Applicants must be registered not-for-profit organizations and within the CRD. See www.crd.bc.ca/arts or call 250-360-3215.

 

 

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