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OTW celebrates grant helping restore its theatre production training

The Off the Wall Stratford Artists Alliance is throwing the Grant Recognition Event on Friday, featuring a dance party and details on how this grant will be used for OTW operations
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Off the Wall Stratford Artists Alliance (OTW) is hosting an OTW fundraiser to celebrate an Ontario Trillium Foundation (OTF) grant that will help restore OTW’s theatre production training to pre-pandemic levels. 

The Resilient Communities Fund grant program was designed to support non-profits in their efforts to rebuild resilience and capacity, so they may contribute to healthy and vibrant communities. The event will feature the announcement of the grant to OTW, details about how this grant will be used for OTW operations, and a dance party.

The event takes place on Friday at Factory 163, located at 163 King St. Doors open at 8 p.m., and remarks begin at 8:15 p.m.

Tickets can be purchased for cash only at La Osa Jewellery + Vintage at 34 Ontario St. in Stratford. 

Matthew Rae, MPP for Perth-Wellington, will attend along with Stratford actor Marion Adler, entertainers from the Stratford Festival, Off the Wall Board members and instructors, students, supporters, and OTF volunteers.

Rae will deliver congratulations to OTW on what’s been done through the RCF grant awarded in 2022.