Grant Information and Applications are now available for the DFRC 2020 Grant Cycle.
Arts in the Parks is a summer art program for school-aged children that Arts Place in Portland, Indiana has been offering for 44 years. Arts in the Parks is offered in 14 communities this year: Celina, Coldwater, Fort Recovery, Minster, New Bremen, St. Henry, and St. Marys in Ohio, as well a…
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