DISCOVER THE POSSIBILITIES that await you in Salem County, New Jersey
With a rich legacy of historical places and events, a vast array of natural resources and open spaces, a stable farming community, and a strong economic job base, Salem County offers a very unique quality of life. Nestled in the southwest corner of New Jersey, Salem County is within easy driving distance of Philadelphia, New York, Wilmington, Washington, D.C., Baltimore, and Atlantic City. Leave the urban sprawl behind, get away for a day or a weekend to the scenic landscapes, living history and lively arts of Salem County. Whether you plan to spend the day discovering Salem County’s many historic sites, exploring our natural wonders, or enjoying the diverse culture of our community, we have something waiting for you. The hospitality you’ll receive makes staying another day or two an easy choice.
Salem County Welcomes You
For both residents and out-of-staters, who are ready to make plans after more than a year of being cooped up, we have some ideas for those who would rather grab their car keys or a mass transit ticket than book a flight. Salem County offers a range of fun day things for the whole family.
Technical assistance available through February. The Deadline to Apply is: February 17, 2022, 4:00 PM EST.
This week, we were able to hold the History Grant Workshop, but the storm and tornado warnings forced the Arts Grant Workshop to be cancelled.
Deadline for applications is October 27, 2021. Arts, history, educational and civic organizations, social service agencies and municipalities sponsoring arts and history projects are eligible to apply and are urged to attend.
View this post for the 2021-2022 Season Schedule!
The New Jersey Community Stage Relief Grant Program is a grant program that provides grants up to $300,000 to for-profit establishments that organize, promote, produce, manage, or host live events or performances by performing artists.
Sharing the story of Indigenous Peoples in New Jersey. Join us for a free virtual program exploring the history and continuity of Indigenous life in the region now known as New Jersey and beyond.
We compile opportunities for artists and arts organizations that are available in New Jersey, or benefit those working in the arts in New Jersey. You’ll find professional development workshops, grant announcements, calls for artists, and more. See post for all the opportunities currently available.
Read the latest from the NJ Historical Commission!
Eligible organizations with a reduction in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic will have the opportunity to receive up to a $10 million grant under the program. This webinar will provide introductory information about the grants, who can apply, how potential organizations can prepare, and additional details re: eligibility and applications.