The Regional Creative Council recently completed the process of creating a cultural plan for the Tri-County Region of Southern Aroostook, Northern Washington and Northern Penobscot Counties with the goal of better connecting the regions arts and culture to the community.
The project to develop a Cultural Plan was coordinated by the Regional Creative Council (RCC) and covers the Tri-County Region including Southern Aroostook, Northern Penobscot, and Northern Washington Counties.
The project was funded through grants awarded to the RCC by the Maine Arts Commission, Maine Community Foundation, and the Betterment Fund.
- Tri-County Region Cultural Plan
- Public Opinion Survey Results
- Additional planning documents and meeting results
REGIONAL CREATIVE COUNCIL
Connecting People With Our Heritage, Culture, and Place
The Regional Creative Council (RCC) was recently formed to enhance the artistic, cultural, educational and economic climate within our entire Tri-County Region of Southern Aroostook, Northern Penobscot and Northern Washington Counties. The RCC is engaging artisans, government representatives, and community advocates to evaluate the cultural needs of our Tri-County Region. While the RCC was initiated by the Houlton Community Arts Center Council, Southern Aroostook Cultural Arts Project, Town of Houlton Community Development Department, Cary Library and the Houlton Higher Education Center, our regional meetings have included representatives from throughout the entire geographical area.