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.
Acoustic Jam & Potluck, Sonoma County Folk Music Society
Sun, May 29, 1-2pm
Multiple Jams, both small and large. Bring your guitar, mandolin, bass, banjo, percussion, auto harp, dulcimer, fiddle, etc. Please bring food to share. No charge, donations welcome.
Grange Meeting and Potluck
Tuesday, May 31, 6pm
Come share a great meal with some of Sonoma County’s friendliest and most interesting people! Everyone is welcome! We’ll hear about a proposal for a demonstration “solar roadway” in Sonoma County, replacing asphalt with heavy-duty hexagonal solar panels. The ultimate vision: Our streets, highways and sidewalks could produce renewable energy.
Reality 101: Living Through the Peak of Industrial Civilization
Wednesday, June 1, 7pm
Join Nate Hagens, educator, writer and past editor of The Oil Drum, as he discusses the big picture
issues facing our society today and what it means to be human in the 21st century.
$10 – $15 sliding scale (no one turned away for lack of funds). Purchase tickets.
Farmers Guild Meeting and Potluck
Tuesday, June 7, 6pm
Join the newest wave of farmers, ranchers, and sustainable food system advocates. Open to all. Learn more.
Fermentation Group, “Vital Alchemy”
Wednesday, June 15, 7-8:30pm.
Led by Grange member and fermentation expert Jennifer Harris. Speakers, demos, tastings and more! Everyone welcome.
1st Annual CHI Benefit Concert
June 17, 6-10pm
Children’s Humanitarian International will raise funds for our 2016 CHI Summer Abroad scholarships. Marshall House Project will perform; food and drinks will be served. $20 pre-sale – $25 at-the-door. Learn more.
Common Ground: Film Debut & Community Discussion
Monday, June 20, 7 pm
A short film featuring the diverse perspectives of local farmers, environmentalists and affordable housing advocates on the topic of land use and the need for a shared dialogue in our community. Free/Donations welcome. Learn more.
Grange Business Meeting
Tuesday, June 21, 6-7:30pm
California State Grange Convention
At the Orangevale Grange, east of Sacramento. All Grange members are encouraged to sign up and attend. Learn more.
every Thursday, 10am-1pm, $3.00 for seniors; $5.00 for non-seniors.