Reach Projects, an artist residency program sponsored by BHCD, has completed its first season, with great benefit to both the participating artists and the Blue Hill community.
The project volunteers, thrilled with this success are now gearing up for the 2020 season.
More information about Reach Projects…
Native Gardens of Blue Hill has received $5,000 from the Davis Conservation Foundation to support construction of an ADA compliant trail at NGBH’s principal public garden at the Bagaduce Music Lending Library. The grant was awarded under the fiscal umbrella of Blue Hill Community Development.
Continue reading “Native Gardens Grant Success”
Congratulations are in order for local literary festival “Word,” which has been awarded a $15,000 grant from the Stephen & Tabitha King Foundation.
Continue reading “Word Awarded King Foundation Grant”
The Pioneer Prize, a BHCD-sponsored software development contest for high school-aged teens in the Blue Hill Peninsula, announced its 2019 winners last week.
This year’s winners are Sam Bach, and a team project by Millicent Fleming and Chloe Sheahan. Information on their projects will be posted shortly on the Pioneer Prize website.
The Pioneer Prize seeks to foster software coding skills to expand the learning and earning opportunities for young people in the Blue Hill area. The sponsors expect to offer the Prize again in 2020; details and deadlines will be posted on the Pioneer Prize website when available (most likely later this summer).
Blue Hill Community Development will act as fiscal sponsor for a planned celebration of Blue Hill’s maritime heritage, to be conducted as part of the statewide activities planned around Maine’s bicentennial.
Festival planning is off to a rapid start, moving from concept to advanced planning in a matter of weeks.
For more information on the Festival planning and the Festival itself, please visit the Blue Hill Maritime Heritage Festival website.