What can you find at the Sebastopol Grange?

Opportunities for community-building and social action, fun and friendship! Come to the Grange if you’re a supporter of local food and sustainability or a farmer or an eater; if you want to be informed or get involved!
Find regular meetings listed at right.

Photos: 1 Lawrence Jaffe, 2 & 3 Darla Schoenrock
Hall Happenings:

Talk: “Permaculture for Liberation” with Toby Hemenway
NEW DATE: Tues. Aug. 30, 7pm-10pm
How can we create vibrant landscapes, engaged communities and responsive governments? Learn about tools, methods, and people and communities who have re-wilded, rebuilt, and renewed themselves and their place. Suggested donation: $10. Learn more and register online: Daily Acts.

Note: No Grange General Meeting & Potluck in August.

FarmersGuildFarmers Guild Meeting and Potluck
Tuesday, Sept. 6, 6pm
Join the newest wave of farmers, ranchers, and sustainable food
system advocates. Open to all.

Let’s Talk About Death
Thursday Sept. 8, 7-9pm
We’ll screen and discuss the film: “The Vanishing Line” by Maren Monsen, MD. In 1998 she was examining the notion of ‘the good death’ and how do medicine and technology question and know when to stop. Presented by Final Passages. Suggested Donation: $10.

Agrarian Torch Lighting Rock Out
Friday, Sept 9, 7pm
Live music; all drink proceeds benefit victims of Lake County wildfires. Suggested donation of $10 (No one turned away for lack of funds.)


Fermentation Workshop
Wednesday, Sept. 21, 7-8:30pm
Led by Granger and fermentation expert Jennifer Harris. Speakers, demos and tastings. Meets monthly. Free and open to all.

BeekeepingIntro to Beekeeping Class
Saturday, Sept. 24, 10am-1pm
Taught by Doug Vincent, Owner and Beekeeper of beekind. $10.

Grange Meeting and Potluck
pizzaTuesday, Sept. 27, 6pm
Come share a great meal with Grangers and friends and learn about local issues! We’ll be joined by Daniel Weinzveg, co-founder of “The Lab”, who will talk about the importance of fostering and honoring our innate creative sides in everything we do – work, love and family. Pizza night – bring go-withs. Everyone is welcome!

city councilSebastopol City Council Candidates Forum
Sept. 28, Wed., 6:30pm
Learn more about candidates Michael Anthony Carnacchi, Jonathan Greenberg, and Neysa Hinton. Co-moderators will be Grangers Lawrence Jaffe and Hrieth Pezzi. Donations at the door to cover event costs.

Grange Day
Saturday, Oct. 29, 4-7pm
Chili Cook-Off, coleslaw and dessert; live music by Burnside, compost/soil presentations. $5-10.

5th Sunday Folk Society Music Jam & Potluck
Sunday, Oct. 30, 1pm.

West County Craft Faire
Saturday, Nov. 19, 11-4pm
For vendor info, contact: grangeevent@gmail.com

Pingpong Ping Pong
Every Thursday, 10am-1pm, $3 for seniors,$5 for non-seniors.
Evening ping pong is the 3rd Thursday of the month from 7-9pm. (Grangers $5; non Grangers $7)


Bluegrass Jam
Every 2nd and 4th Monday.
Call Peter for details—829-9052 or Email redpencil@sonic.net


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Regular meetings

1st Tuesday, Farmer’s Guild Potluck & Meeting, 6pm (Open to all)

3rd Tuesdays 6-7:30pm, Grange Business Meeting (Members only)

3rd Wednesdays, 7-8:30pm, Fermentation Workshop Group by Vital Alchemy. (Open to all; free.)

Last Tuesdays, Monthly Potluck & Grange Meeting, 6:00pm (Open to all)