2017 Westford Culture Council (WCC) grant application cycle will be opened on September 1st 2016. Application must be postmarked by October 15th 2016.
Applications can be downloaded from the Forms tab above.
Applications must be typed or clearly hand-written.
Please fill out all sections of the application.
Application must be signed.
Retain a copy for your record.
Submit one copy of your completed application to:
Westford Cultural Council
55 Main St
Westford, MA 01886
Applications must be postmark by October 15th, 2016.
Summer Fun on the Common in 2010 funded by WCC
Fantastically shaped bubbles floated through the air. Fire engine red Frisbees flew across the common. Delighted children, their cheeks and arms adorned with whimsical face-painting designs, played games, engaged in crafts, and otherwise frolicked on the Westford Common at the free Family Fun event sponsored by the Westford Cultural Council (WCC) on Saturday, July 3rd. Face painting and games were provided by Cultural Council members, assisted by enthusiastic volunteers from Westford Academy. The enchanting Mrs. Junkbox (aka, Emily Piper of Rumphius Creativity Unhinged) arrived like Mary Poppins to enthrall youngsters and their parents as she guided them in magically transforming old newspapers and other recycled materials into lovely sunbonnets, perfect for the day.
The Westford Fire Dept. opened the firehouse for children of all ages to explore. Families left the firehouse with a renewed appreciation for the important work done by Westford’s firefighters – and red Frisbees to boot! Boy Scout Troop 159 supplied drinks. Even Mother Nature contributed by providing a perfect summer day!
But the main event that approximately 90 residents came to see and hear was the musical performance of the bluegrass band Boston Road. Comprised mostly of Westford residents, the band performed original compositions, state-themed songs, and covers of bluegrass classics. The exquisite vocal styling of Kristen Vegeto was ably backed by Matt Valencius on banjo, Claude Galinsky on mandolin, Pete Vegeto on guitar, and Rick Posch on bass. During the break, Mike Vegeto entertained the audience with acoustic guitar.
A great time was had by all!
The Westford Cultural Council is a non-profit organization appointed by the Board of Selectmen of the Town of Westford.
Westford Cultural Council is interested in promoting the availability of cultural experiences in Westford through the support of the community-based projects or activities including education, exhibits, festivals, field trips, short-term artist residencies, or performances in schools, organizations and communities from the grant awarded by MCC annually.
The Westford Cultural Council’s mission is to enhance the quality of life in Westford community by supporting arts, humanities, and sciences.
In order to apply for an LCC grant, applicants must meet all eligibility and criteria requirements of the LCC Program. For more detailed information, refer to the full LCC Program Guidelines (PDF) .
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Online Application FAQs for Applicants
Based on the community input from Westford residents, the council have decided on the funding priorities for grant applicantions. Please click on Council Priorities tab above to see the list of funding priorities for Westford Cultural Council.
All applications and supplemental materials must be submitted online. No paper application will be accepted. Online application will be opened on September 1st 2016. To apply to Westford Cultural Council, please click on Apply Now tab above.
Level of Support: The Council does not fully fund any programs. To demonstrate that your program is not dependent solely on Westford funding, you must specify other sources of financial support in the budget section of the application.
There is an optional presentation meeting for the grant applicants to further present their programs to the council committees: 7-8:30pm on Nov 10 at Westford Library.
For a list of grants awarded in 2015-2016, please click on the Funding List tab at the top right hand corner.
In order to apply for an LCC grant, applicants must meet all eligibility and criteria requirements of the LCC Program.
For more detailed information, refer to the full LCC Program Guidelines (PDF).
An online application will be available September 1.
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