Every year, the City of Hudson budgets an amount of money to help fund public events that are created by Hudson-based organizations, take place in Hudson, and have a positive impact on the entire city. Who gets money from the City is decided by the Arts, Entertainment & Tourism Committee of the Common Council.
In the past, the amount to be divvied up has been about $20,000, and it's reasonable to expect it will be about the same this year.
The AET Committee just announced that it is now accepting applications for this year's funding. Applications are due on May 1, and the committee will likely decide on the awards at its May meeting, which is scheduled to take place on May 3. The following explains what information must be provided and how an application should be submitted in order to be considered for funding. (Click on the image to enlarge.)
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