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What can you find at the Sebastopol Grange?

Opportunities for community-building and social action, music, food, fun and friendship! Everyone is welcome to attend, participate in activities, or become a member. (It’s not just for farmers!) Learn more about the Grange.

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Our Hall is now open for limited capacity rentals. Please contact Jeanna Collet at 707-331-4400 for any rental inquiries.

Sebastopol Grange

Join us at the Grange on Sunday Dec. 12th!

Meeting dates for November and December

There will be no General Meeting in November.
In December, we will combine the Business and General Meetings and gather on Sunday December 12th, 11am – 2pm
Celebrating the Season, we will be outside or inside as the weather dictates for socializing, games, music, and dancing, with food and drinks provided and served by Grangers.
Please RSVP to president@Sebastopolgrange.org if you would like to join us so we will know how many to prepare delicious quiches, salads and treats for.
(A $10 donation to cover food costs is kindly asked)

Hedgerow Anniversary

November 12 was the one-year anniversary of the Hedgerow Project at the Sebastopol Grange. The Beekeepers celebrated with Grangers and friends.
Top: Shannon Carr next to Dot Jansen and Dena Allen, Maryle Brauer in front on left, Laura Shafer. Connie Alexei in center, Stevie Lazo and Carol Henderson. Standing on the right is Kelly Corbett. Paul Schwebel

New Grange member Julian Blair worked with Paul Schwebel, Dena Allen, and Carol Henderson to continue sheet mulching Kid Mountain.

Our Produce Exchange has ended for this year

Sebastopol Grange Produce Exchange

Read the Press Democrat article about the Produce Exchange by Meg McConahey!

altar to honor Granger John Gaines

We gathered at the Grange for our Oct. General Meeting

Grangers socially-distanced in the Hall last month with a BYO meal. President Laura told us about her visit to the Bennett Valley Grange, the oldest continuously-operating Grange in the nation, where the Stefanoni family has preserved Grange tradition for many years.
Nancy Cadigan created a lovely altar to honor Granger John Gaines who passed away in late August.
Join us for our next General Meeting on Tuesday, Nov. 30, 6-8:30.

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