Donate to Wheatland on “Giving Tuesday” – Dec 1, 2020

Giving Tuesday 2020

Invest in the Wheatland you want. Your gifts are needed now more than ever to sustain Wheatland Music Organization for your family and future generations. Like other arts organizations, Wheatland is feeling the pinch of no ticket sales revenue. Festival income is the primary funding source for the entire roster of Wheatland programming as well […]
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2021 Memberships NOW AVAILABLE!

2021 Membership Logo

2021 Memberships are NOW AVAILABLE! Your financial support allows Wheatland to continue virtual instrument lessons, virtual Wheatscout activities, maintenance of the festival site as well as provide scholarships. Purchasing a membership, or making a donation, will bring us closer to our goal of a 2021 FESTIVAL. Help us preserve and present traditional music and art we all love. 
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Wheatland Receives 2021 Grants from Michigan Council for Arts & Cultural Affairs

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Wheatland Music Organization is pleased to announce we have been awarded two grants from the Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs (MCACA). This funding will strengthen the overall organization...with quality traditional arts programs during 2021. Wheatland offers a wealth of arts experiences and it’s success reflects the work done by 2 paid staff, 13 board members, 1000+ volunteers and hundreds of donors and members.
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2021 Program & Event Changes – Letter from Executive Director

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Letter from the Executive Director & Board - changes to programming for 2021. "As we move forward to 2021, our priority remains the same - to do what is best for the safety and well being of our staff, volunteers, performers and community members.  At the Board of Directors meeting on October 13, 2020, the board voted to cancel the following 2021 in-person and virtual events; Winter Wheat, Traditional Arts Weekend and Summer Wheat Music Camp.  Instead, we will be focusing our time and resources on holding a 2021 festival; in whatever form it might be."
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