42nd Street Jazz Concert and Dance - 2011

Project Details by Fiscal Year
2011 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
Fund Source
Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund
Recipient Type
Activity Type
Project Overview

The 42nd Street Jazz presented a Big Band concert and dance at the ITOW Museum in Perham. It was a reprise of a program held one year earlier to kick-off the Greatest Generation program and was held to commemorate the successes of the year.

Project Details
  • Event Dates, Locations and Attendance at each individual event:

    June 18, 2011, ITOW Museum in Perham

  • Partner Organization(s): ITOW Museum
  • Partner Organization(s) Contribution/Role in the Program: provided venue and refreshments and promoted the event as did Viking Library System
  • Program Outputs: 48 people attended the dance
2011 Fiscal Year Funding Amount
Proposed Measurable Outcome(s)

Measurable Outcomes may be collected by survey, anecdotal responses, pre-test/post-test, observations; Describe proposed end user change in Behavior, Attitude, Skills, Knowledge, Condition and/or Status.

  • To allow the audience the pleasure of listening and dancing to music they appreciated, were drawn to, and enjoyed hearing in a live venue. 
  • To bring skill professionals to small towns for arts performances.
Measurable Outcome(s)

Surveys were collected and responses indicated that the proposed outcomes were met.

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