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.

Our Hall will be reopening in June 2021 for limited capacity rentals. Please contact Jeanna Collet at for any rental inquiries.
Grangers and friends will be gathering at the Grange soon!. Sign up for our newsletter to keep up on what we’re doing!

Together again, at last!

Grangers enjoyed their first in-person general meeting on Tuesday, outdoors in the shade of the hall. Peter Schurch and friends entertained us, Carol Henderson and Dena Allen hosted the produce exchange, Mary Munat told us about the Braver Angels program (see our website), and President Laura Shafer welcomed new members to the Grange. The Grange will be hosting events soon — Be sure to sign up for our newsletter so you don’t miss anything!

Ping Pong at the Grange 2021

Ping Pong is returning to the Grange!

We’ll play on the last two Sundays in June, June 20 and 27, 1-4pm. Then in July we will return to our regular Thursday schedule from 10 a.m. to 1.

June 29: Gather at the Grange

Weave the threads of our community back together, the Last Tuesday of the Month, June 29th, 6pm at our General Meeting Social Supper. BYO dinner. Weather permitting, we’ll set up tables out on the Grounds.

Grange members enjoyed a spring picnic!

Grange picnic

Grange members enjoyed a fun picnic on the lovely grounds of the Grange Hall on the last Saturday of April! Socially-distanced, we enjoyed, games, music, hula hooping, and great conversation! So nice to be together again after so long apart!

Getting to Know a Granger

Tor and Dena Allen honor the sun and the soil

Tor and Dena Allen in their garden

Tor and Dena are living the example of a lower carbon footprint year by year, and teaching others as they do. Their Rahus Institute hosts alternative energy conferences for educators, Dena volunteers with local food-growing programs, both are active members of our Grange. Learn more about them!
Read more Getting to Know a Granger profiles.


Grangers and Beekeepers Association complete Hedgerow Project 2020

Using mostly native California plants from local nurseries and the beekeepers gardens, the Really Good Bees Inspirational Garden was planted behind the Grange Hall in October. Read the story about how this collaborative project came together while our hall has been closed due to the pandemic.