What can you find at the Sebastopol Grange?

Sebastopol Grange team

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 is closed during pandemic restrictions, but Grangers are still connecting, planning, and working to strengthen our community and our hall. Sign up for our newsletter to keep up on what we’re doing until we can meet together again!

Getting to know a Granger:

Shepherd Bliss, farmer, writer, educator

Descendant of a military family, Shepherd has been an ordained minister, a world traveler, a writer and editor, an advocate, and for the past thirty years a Sonoma County farmer. Read his story.

Shepherd Bliss


Our Produce Exchange has concluded for this season

Grangers celebrated our final Garden Exchange of the season. Thanks, Lawrence Jaffe, Carol Henderson, Dena Allen, Nancy Cadigan, and all who participated and worked to host it each week!

Garen Exchange at Grange

There will be no Craft Fair this year

Our annual Craft Fair has been canceled for this year, with a goal of hosting a Fair in Spring.  After discussing our options, this seemed like the safest path forward.

Fellow Grangers and Friends of Sebastopol 306

Our Hall will continue to be closed to public events while we follow our County Health directives and develop protocols to insure safety. And we will continue to Zoom.

In January I asked many of you to write your Grange 2020 vision. While the pandemic has put so many of our activities on hold, we are planning for planting pollinator hedgerows in the back, working on doing the required maintenance, plus repair of our signs. We can keep up the planning for bigger projects in committees and as faithful stewards of our resources, will have to see what the rest of this year brings in rental income.

Thank you from the Grange

The Grange wants to thank everyone for doing their part!

I again ask you all to envision how our Grange will choose to use our space and come together for each other and our community.
As Grangers our guiding word is perseverance.

And for a fun listen, our Grange Musician Paul Henry S. has been posting his original tunes on YouTube. Find them here.

In fidelity,
your president at a minimum of 6 feet apart,

Laura Shafer


Sign-Lincoln-bridge our political polarization“Braver Angels”

is the nation’s largest grassroots movement uniting red and blue Americans in a working alliance to depolarize America.
Gary Abreim says, “The organization is made of of Republicans, Democrats, Liberterians, Independents and all colors and shapes. They are encouraging people to sign a letter in support of a peaceful transition of government come the election regardless of who wins and that there is no violence during or after the election.”
You can sign the letter at www.braverangels.org/hat/