Apple Tree Arts
PO Box 75  
Grafton,  MA,  01519
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The Apple Tree began in 1989 as two early childhood music classes for parents and toddlers taught by Donna Blanchard, at the Evangelical Congregational Church. The roots of our program are based on the belief that music and the arts enhance and expand the human experience. Subsequently, we were driven by research stating the importance of a rich repertoire of musical experiences in early childhood in order for each child to achieve his/her innate musical potential. The passion for the research directed us to choose early childhood music as the primary focus of the Apple Tree. We felt a strong mission to reach children at this critical stage in their development. Through the support of friends and colleagues, The Apple Tree defined and expanded its vision in 1993. "Our primary focus is arts education. We envision this school as a place where children are free to learn, to think, to move, to explore, to make mistakes and to be inspired. Our vision is to be a center for early childhood education in the arts. This vision further expands to include a partnership with or enhancement of the public school system. We seek to be a tireless advocate of the arts in education, to enable children to reach their full human potential. In addition, we hope to be a community resource, to afford all ages opportunities to participate in the arts, from early childhood through senior citizens. The Apple Tree will be fun, accessible, educationally enlightening, relaxing, motivating, inspiring, and full of life."

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