Total Amount Awarded: $114,900
Bay School Community Arts Center - year-long community arts outreach for youth at the Middlesex Family YMCA, during summer camps and the after school camp.
Deltaville Maritime Museum & Holly Point Nature Park - construction of an exhibit pavilion for historic boat building and boat maintenance equipment that is too large to fit in the existing museum building.
Foundation for Historic Christ Church - the 2021-2022 Bringing Music to Life Concert Series at Historic Christ Church
Friends of Urbanna - the ongoing production of Urbanna Founders Day, August 7, 2021,raising awareness of the historic James Mills Factor Store, and the 1750 Mitchel Map. Also, to fund an assessment and illustrated report of the Factor store by historical architects.
Howland Chapel Futuristic Outreach - the continuation of rehabilitation of Howland Chapel School and the Teachers’ Cottage to develop the School Museum.
Northern Neck Orchestra - general operating expenses
Rappahannock Art League - educational/enrichment programs and cultural activities for all area youth in the Northern Neck, particularly in the underserved areas of our communities.
Rappahannock Concert Association - beginning and intermediate lessons, recitals, rehearsals & concerts in violin, viola & cello. Free instruments sized to fit. Strings Crewe teaches 20 students, 6-12. SONNY will teach junior string repertoire to 12 middle school students.
Rappahannock Foundation for the Arts - six performing arts programs for PreK-8 Lancaster Primary & Middle School students through the RFA Arts for Youth (AFY) program to promote learning through drama, music, and storytelling.
Rice's Hotel / Hughlett's Tavern Foundation - the production of a high-quality booklet that documents the history of the Rice’s Hotel / Hughlett’s Tavern from the 18th to the 21st Century. It will include an update of a previous publication entitled "The Human Side of a Centuries-Old Landmark."
Steamboat Era Museum - general operating expenses
The Fairfield Foundation - hands-on experiences for children and adults led by Fairfield archaeologists, creating tangible connections to the past, building cultural empathy, and fostering greater appreciation and stewardship of history and historic resources.