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Fayetteville commission awards spring grants

By Stacy Ryburn

This article was published April 17, 2018 at 1:00 a.m.

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Marienne Brown of Kansas City, Kan., looks Monday at the three-dimensional piece by Portuguese multimedia artist Bordalo II at the Walker-Stone House in downtown Fayetteville. Brown was in Fayetteville visiting her daughter who attends the University of Arkansas.

Spring grants

• Apple Seeds: Farm to table dinners, April-December: $2,250

• Art Ventures: Exhibitions and programs, April-September: $10,000

• Big Bot Design: Wampus Wonderland, Dec. 15: $8,500

• Bikes, Blues & BBQ: Vendor map, Sept. 26-30: $5,000

• Botanical Garden of the Ozarks: International festival, Sept. 16: $1,350

• Fayetteville Film Festival: Sept. 19-23: $15,000

• Fayetteville Roots Festival: Aug. 22-26: $15,000

• Fenix Fayetteville: Fenix Art Festival, May 3-June 30: $10,000

• Homegrown Music Festival: June 22-24: $15,000

• Little Craft Show: Nov. 30-Dec. 1: $6,500

• NWA Senior Babe Ruth Baseball: June 12-18: $7,000

• NWA Tech Fest: May 17: $2,500

• Open Mouth Poetry Festival: Nov. 1-3: $1,000

• Soldier On Service Dogs: Annual Dickson Street Slide, Aug. 26: $1,000

• Spark Foundation: Fayetteville Firefighters Hero Half Marathon, Oct. 12-14: $5,000

• U.S. Pole Vaulting Association: Fayetteville Street Vault, June 7: $10,000

Source: Experience Fayetteville

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FAYETTEVILLE -- An array of events, from pole-vaulting on the downtown square to the first music and sports festival at Kessler Mountain, will receive grant money from the city's tourism arm.

Spring grants

• Apple Seeds: Farm to table dinners, April-December: $2,250

• Art Ventures: Exhibitions and programs, April-September: $10,000

• Big Bot Design: Wampus Wonderland, Dec. 15: $8,500

• Bikes, Blues & BBQ: Vendor map, Sept. 26-30: $5,000

• Botanical Garden of the Ozarks: International festival, Sept. 16: $1,350

• Fayetteville Film Festival: Sept. 19-23: $15,000

• Fayetteville Roots Festival: Aug. 22-26: $15,000

• Fenix Fayetteville: Fenix Art Festival, May 3-June 30: $10,000

• Homegrown Music Festival: June 22-24: $15,000

• Little Craft Show: Nov. 30-Dec. 1: $6,500

• NWA Senior Babe Ruth Baseball: June 12-18: $7,000

• NWA Tech Fest: May 17: $2,500

• Open Mouth Poetry Festival: Nov. 1-3: $1,000

• Soldier On Service Dogs: Annual Dickson Street Slide, Aug. 26: $1,000

• Spark Foundation: Fayetteville Firefighters Hero Half Marathon, Oct. 12-14: $5,000

• U.S. Pole Vaulting Association: Fayetteville Street Vault, June 7: $10,000

Source: Experience Fayetteville

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