Our Community Benefits from Your Support
Since 1976, Stowe Performing Arts has relied on the generosity of local businesses, individuals, and concertgoers to assist us in presenting the Noon Music in May and Music in the Meadow concert series. These events, as well as our Arts in Education Initiative, have had a lasting impact on the cultural vitality of this community. We look forward to announcing the details of the upcoming concerts and selling ticket packages in early 2023!
In 2021 Stowe Performing Arts mounted its first Capacity Building Campaign.* The success of that campaign gave us the confidence to program well in advance of our usual fundraising drive. The most significant and exciting change is that we will present FIVE Music in the Meadow concerts next summer.
I hope you will donate to this year’s Capacity Building Campaign. In doing so, YOU will impact the lives of people of all ages in our community – from the students attending Stowe’s schools and schools in the surrounding communities, to the loyal Noon Music in May audience, to the music lovers of all ages who attend the Music in the Meadow programs.
You may donate via credit card by clicking here or send a check to Stowe Performing Arts, PO Box 3283, Stowe, VT 05672.
Thank you for your consideration and your support!
Wishing you peace, joy, and music.
*Capacity building is whatever is needed to bring a nonprofit to the next level of operational, programmatic, financial, or organizational maturity, so it may more effectively and efficiently advance its mission in the future. Capacity building is not a one-time effort to improve short-term effectiveness, but a continuous improvement strategy toward the creation of a sustainable and effective organization.
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