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Walter Craft

MusicianGrassroots Educator

School, Family and
Library Programs

Walter Craft is a grassroots educator who uses music as a learning tool
to teach children how to get along, how to stay alive,
how to be happy by making wise choices,
and how to have fun by singing.

Addressing such topics as:


Walter Craft tours extensively throughout the Midwest and South and is a frequent performer at schools, libraries, festivals, health care facilities, community gatherings and concerts. He draws from many styles including folk, ballads, blues and contemporary songs. He accompanies his rich baratone voice on the guitar and the harmonica. The music he creates on a Lokota Indian courting flute and the story with a rainstick are unique and mesmerizing. His infectious style encourages children, parents and elders to join in and sing along.

Through school, family, library and community programs, Walter passes on his message on self esteem, making wise choices, protecting the environment, and respecting our differences, using story telling and sing alongs.

Children, families and communities learn under his gentle guidance and encoutagement that singing together makes living together and working together a little easier and a lot more fun!


To bring Walter to your school for an assembly, lyceum program, a school residence, fair, festival or community function, contact:

Walter Craft
E17900 Scenic Drive
Fall Creek WI 54742
Telephone: (715) 877-2845
E-mail: Troubodor@aol.com

Specific program topics are available upon request.

Special programs are also available to PTAs, community organizations, youth-oriented groups, and service organizations.

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