The Westcott House. The Westcott House and the Springfield Museum of Art recently got approval for funding from the Clark County CFA, which uses revenue from hotel bed taxes to fund local tourism efforts. Bill Lackey/Staff
Photo: Staff Writer
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Arts organization raffling off adventures for you and your friends 

Giving to an arts organization could be your ticket to adventure. 

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Culture Works a nonprofit regional arts agency,  is raffling off arts experiences to those who donate $25 or more as part of 25 More, a campaign for the arts initiative that runs through May 28.

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Bill Perry, Culture Works’ new development manager, said the campaign launched in April and has given away a list of experiences that includes a knit and sip party valued at $150 and theater tickets for five. 

“Each week, we will be drawing a name for a random arts experience from those people who have made a gift,” he told this news organization.

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The next drawing will be at 5 p.m. today, May 14. The prize includes a tour of the Westcott House in Springfield. 

Human Race Theatre Company's Sweeney Todd.

Those wishing to participate should text “Culture” to 74121 or visit qtego.net/culture to make their gift.

“New donors only need to give $25, and people who have already given should give $25 more on top of their current gift,” Perry explained. 

Money raised provides operating support grants to a list of local cultural organizations, including the Dayton Art Institute, Dayton Contemporary Dance CompanyDayton Performing Arts AllianceThe Human Race Theatre Company and Muse Machine.

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