Caribou Public Library, $12,150
To purchase a sand and water table with tools for exploration
317 Main, $5,000
To support general operations
Art Van, $5,000
Bangor Schools, $2,000
To purchase recorders for the 4th grade recorder program.
Bates Dance Festival $10,000
General support for Celebrating 35 years of Evolution, Innovation, and Community
Eastport Arts Center, $8,000
Belgrade Lakes, $12,000
To support a watershed education collaborative
Island Institute, $5,000
To support the Collaborative Aquaculture Project for Education (CAPE)
Gulf of Maine Research Institute, $15,000
To support the Vital Signs: Engaging Maine Students in Citizen Science & STEM program
Brewer School Department, $2,000
To support the creation of an Invent to Learn to Explore space.
The Public Theater, $10,000
To support Act One; The Public Theatre's Young Audience Program
Lakes Environmental Assn., $10,000
To support an environmental education and communication program that engages students in active learning about their local watershed.
Maine Academy of Modern Music, $5,000
Maine Mathematics & Science Alliance, $8,000
To enhance the data analysis features of the WeatherBlur project.
Portland Symphony Orchestra, $15,000
To support Youth Concerts for Maine students
Maine Public, $15,000
Opera House Arts, $5,000
To support artists in residence program and educational component for k-4 classrooms and community.
Maine State Ballet, $10,000
To support the Backstage Passes for All: "Backstage at the Nutcracker" program
Penobscot East, $7,000
To support upgrades to the educational resources in the permanent exhibit space.
Portland Ovations, $15,000
To support the Ovations Offstage (O2) program
Portland Stage, $15,000
To support education programs for schools.
The Ecology School, $10,000
Theater at Monmouth, $12,000
To support TAM education tours
Tree Street Youth, $7,500
For general operating support for youth Music and Arts Programs
Waterfall Arts, $5,000
UMF Art Gallery, $5,000
To support artworks, performances, and installations along walking trails as part of the Water Bear Confabulum community alternative arts festival