I have an idea for an event but not a date. Is that okay?

Please list a date or timeframe on your application (i.e., “one Saturday evening at the end of August”). Knowing your date or timeframe helps the selection committee approve programs that are evenly distributed between April 1 and October 31. If approved, you can work with Cultural Services staff during your advising appointment to select a specific date.

The park reservations fill up quickly and your preferred date may not be available. Please apply with your specific date to ensure your park is available on your date.

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1. Does my match need to be 100% cash?
2. What do I do if my expenses and revenue do not match up in the budget?
3. Am I responsible for paying for the permits for my program?
4. I have an idea for an event but not a date. Is that okay?
5. I want to include artists in my program, but I’m not sure how much to pay them.
6. I want my program to happen outdoors, but I don’t know how to plan for inclement weather.
7. Why is the 2024 Art in the Parks application due in November if my program won’t be until next summer?
8. I am considered a large-scale event and want to apply for consecutive funding for 2024 and 2025. Do I submit two applications, one for each year?