Event organisers, the Warracknabeal and District Historical Society, will be able to better spread the word about the event thanks to funding for promotional materials provided through the first round of CHART program.
The Society's collection of working tractors and a motorcade of vintage cars belonging to local and interstate enthusiasts will parade through the Victorian wheatbelt town.
The CHART program support will also be used to promote the museum, which closed during the recent waves of COVID-19 and suffered the loss of income usually generated through visitation. The Society was also unable to operate its second source of income, the Wheatlands Warehouse.
The CHART program provides grants of up to $3,000 to community-run arts and cultural heritage organisations in including museums, galleries and historical societies in regional Australia. It aims to encourage tourism and support organisation recover from the impact of COVID-19.
Eligible arts, cultural and heritage organisations delivering projects in regional Australia are encouraged to apply before the CHART program closes on 29 April 2022.
Story image courtesy of the Wheatland Agricultural Machinery Museum.
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