Date(s) - 10/01/2019
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cannon Beach History Center & Museum
Grant writing. It’s just one of those skills that seems insurmountable, especially for the small non-profit or museum. You can search around online, but sometimes a face-to-face workshop is the best way to gain a new skill.
Kuri Gill of Oregon State Parks Grants and Outreach Coordinator will be coming to Cannon Beach on January 10 to lead you through the process in her very popular grant writing workshop. A successful grant is all about having the project well thought out and organized. Learn tips to plan your project and translate it to a well written grant. RSVP required.
Kuri Gill is the coordinator for the State Historic Cemeteries Program, supporting individuals and organizations in the preservation and interpretation of Oregon’s historic cemeteries. Kuri earned her BA at the University of Oregon in Art History and MA at California State University, Chico in Museum Studies. She was formerly Curator and Education Coordinator at Mission Mill Museum and worked at the Linn County Historical Museum in Brownsville. Kuri strongly believes that heritage and the arts make for stronger communities. She lives in Springfield with her wonderful son and husband.
To RSVP, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 503-436-9301. Seating for this presentation will be very limited.