Grange Hall: 6000 Sebastopol Ave, Hwy 12 You DO NOT need to be a farmer, to become a member or to participate in grange activities. It is for anyone interested in rebuilding local community and connections. Monthly Meetings are open to the Public.
March 31st, Last Tuesday of the Month Monthly Grange Potluck & Meeting 6:30pm
Join us Tuesday for a gathering of the Sebastopol Grange!
Along with our usual monthly potluck for fellow grangers and friends from our community, we’ll preview a new and important film that returns our organization to its roots: those in the fields working hard to grow our food. Whether we’re farming or eating, come explore the role we all can play in forming a better food system for all.
Potluck at 6:30pm, Meeting & Screening at 7:30pm, 6000 Sebastopol Ave, Sebastopol, CA
Then join us for the full screening of Food Chains on April 7th @ 6pm.
Sebastopol Grange & Village Builders Benefit
6000 Sebastopol Ave, Hwy 12, Grange Hall
A 2-day community journey of creation, food, art, dance & music
April Fool’s MOONSHINE
APRIL 3 & 4, 2015
Gate opens @ 3pm, Shows start @ 6pm
$15 one day/ $25 two days $5 parking/free for 4 or more per vehicle
Along with an Open Village, Chill Zone, Healing Village, fire dances, campfire sing-a-longs & delicious local organ food, beverages, beer, wine & yummy desserts.
Radioactive & Delwin Beat Poet Gutierrez
Jameson Hodder & members of Dysphunctional Species, Bohemian Highway, Coyote Club w/Adam Knight, Hoytus & Cup of Sunshine, Black Sheep Brass Band, Barn Dance: Jerry Allen, Bad Apple Sting Band, Narayan from Zion, Jeanne Collet, Singer/Songwriters w/Kym Tripsmith
Beer by Lagunitas, Food by GreenGrocer
Sponsors: Sebastopol VBC, New Vintage Artists
More Info/Tickets www.moonshinefestival.net
Join us for the full screening of Food Chains on April 7th, an important look at one of the most vital links in our modern food chain.
Come explore how the issues faced by farmworkers in the tomato fields of Florida relate to our own unique food community here in Northern California.
After the screening, stick around for a guided conversation about the challenges faced by small-scale, organic farmers and what it will take to support farms–small and large, conventional and organic, here and abroad–in ways that recognize the true cost of food.
WHEN: Tuesday April 7th at 6pmWHERE: The Sebastopol Grange Hall, 6000 Sebastopol Ave.
$5 for farmers, farmworkers and grange members; $10 for the general public
4/15, Wednesday 7-8:30, Vital Alchemy, Fermentation Group. Making Probiotic (Free)
4/21, Tuesday 6-7:30, Grange Business Meeting (members only)
4/28 Last Tuesday, Monthly Potluck & Grange Meeting, 6:30pm