Dec. 7 deadline for arts funding

City arts and culture groups have until Dec. 7 to submit applications for a municipal funding program.

City arts and culture groups have until Dec. 7 to submit applications for a municipal funding program.

The Fee for Service program and Capacity Building Fund help not-for-profit organizations build capacity to provide a service, manage a cultural, arts or heritage facility, act as a cultural umbrella organization or support festivals and specials events.

A board resolution supporting the application must accompany any requests.

Applications must be delivered to the Culture Services Centre at 3827 39th St. by 4:30 p.m. on Dec. 7. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.

Eligibility information and application forms are available online at or can be picked up at the Culture Services Centre.

More information is also available from city culture superintendent Kristina Oberg at 403-309-2637.

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