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. Everyone interested in rebuilding local community and connections is welcome. Monthly meetings are open to the public.
Last month’s screening of the film “Inhabit: A Permaculture Perspective” and discussion by a panel of leading permaculture experts drew a standing-room-only crowd at the Sebastopol Grange.
(Back) Event organizers: Gary Abreim, Dean LaCoe, Hrieth Anet Pezzi.
(Front) Panel: Emmett Brennan, Penny Livingston-Stark, Brock Dolman, Starhawk. (Not pictured: Erik Ohlsen)
Photo by Kerry Brady.
“A movement is brewing here in West County and we at the Sebastopol Grange are proud to play host to it! Like a permaculture design, that hall is made of thoughtful channeling of resources—not just of water and nutrients, but of our neighbors. We hope you’ll join us every last Tuesday of the month for our free community potluck and contribute to the regenerative process that is the Grange.”
Evan Wiig, Grange Lecturer.
Tuesday, July 7: Farmer’s Guild Farmer Olympics & BBQ, 6-9pm
Everyone is invited to this fun evening of fresh food, cold drinks, good music, and friendly agrarian competition: potato sack races, t-post pounding competitions, drip tape jump-rope and more! Join in celebrating those working to support the newest generation of sustainable food and farming while raising funds to keep the important work of The Farmers Guild going strong.
Wednesday, July 15: Free Fermentation Class, “Vital Alchemy”, led by Grange member and fermentation expert Jennifer Harris, 7-8:30pm. Speakers, demos, tastings and more! Meets third Wednesday of every month.
Tuesday, July 28: Monthly Grange Potluck at 6pm, followed by Grange Meeting at 7:30pm. All are welcome.