Apple Tree Arts hosts Masquerade Gala

The Gala Committee

Grafton – Apple Tree Arts hosted a Masquerade Gala event celebrating the unmasking of the Great Hall as a performance arts venue at the Grafton Town House April 8. More than 100 friends and supporters enjoyed an evening of live music and performances, dancing, socializing and eating delicious hors ‘d’oeuvres.

Apple Tree Arts provides early childhood music, theatre arts programs and private instrumental and voice instruction to more than over 1,000 children and adults annually. Ensemble and community chorus groups give students the opportunity to perform individually and to collaborate with others. A variety of community concerts and theatre arts performances are offered year round. For information, visit www.appletreearts.org.

(l to r) Erin Reid-Erickson, Chris Erickson, and Rachel and Jeremy Graves

The Great Hall decorated for the Gala.

Jan Barlow and Bette Lotterman

Liz Colognesi and Paul Scarlett

Maria and John Murdock

(l to r) Jennifer and Jim Thomas and Beth and Dan Concaugh

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