What can you find at the Sebastopol Grange?


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.

Home Gardener Produce Exchange/Donation
Aug 20 & 27, Sept 17 & 24, Oct 15 & 29; 5-5:45 pm
Bring produce or starts to trade.

Grange Business Meeting
Tuesday, Aug. 20, 6pm
Members only, please.

Flynn Creek Circus

Flynn Creek Circus presents ‘Out of Hat’
August 22-25
Experience a hilarious circus odyssey featuring explosively entertaining acrobatics, aerial stunts and feats of skill by internationally award-winning performers right here at the Grange! No host bar available at all showings: Proceeds benefit Grange scholarship funds. Get your tickets now!

Ping Pong
Every Thursday, 10am-1pm, No Evening Ping Pong during summer.
$3 for seniors, $5 for non-seniors.

Guitar and Bass at music jam at the GrangeMusic Jams
R and B Music Jam every Thursday night.
Bluegrass Jam every 2nd and 4th Monday.
Both at 7 pm at the Grange unless it is otherwise booked. Call Peter, 829-9052, to confirm location.

Grange Potluck and Meeting
Tuesday, Aug. 27, 6-8:30pm
Starts at 6pm; Grange Meeting and program at 7:30pm. All are welcome.


Sebastopol Carbon Conversations: An Introduction to Project Drawdown
Wednesday, Sept. 4, 7:30pm
Crystall Chissell provides this introduction at the initial Sebastopol Carbon Conversations Series. Through comprehensive research and analysis, Project Drawdown has ranked the top 100 solutions to reversing global warming based on greenhouse gas reduction potential, and cost. Future carbon conversations will focus on specific solutions identified. As Vice President of Operations & Engagement at Project Drawdown, Crystal draws on her deep experience and interdisciplinary background in local and state government, law, business and social equity to facilitate partnerships that move the world toward climate solutions. FREE but registration required.

Wet County Craft Fair

Applications for West County Craft Fair
are due Wednesday, Sept. 4th
The craft fair happens the weekend of Nov 23 & 24. Apply to be a vendor here.

Non-Violent Communication

Cultivating Compassionate Communication
3 Sundays in Sept. 8, 15 and 22, 10:30am to 12 noon. 
NVC Educator, Lorene Allen will be our coach sharing Marshall Rosenberg’s Non-Violent Communication Techniques for better connection in relationships and addressing conflict. Space is limited! RSVP at SebastopolNVC@gmail.com . If you are new to NVC, you are invited to an intro session on Aug. 25th, location TBD. Funded by a Sebastopol Grange Community Impact Grant. Free to Grange Members, Suggested donation $20/session.

Movie Living While Dying

Let’s Talk About Death: Film & Discussion Evening
Wednesday, Sept. 11, 6:30-9pm
Local non-profit Final Passages screens 2017 documentary Living While Dying. A story of life. A story of death. Finding joy in the journey. Threshold Choir sings at 6:00. Special Presentation about a family-directed home funeral for Marley, by Amma Thansanti, a former monastic for 26 years. Donation: $5 to $15 . Doors open at 6:00pm. Come early to get your seat and enjoy home-made savory foods and desserts for sale.

Song Circle at the Grange

Community Sing
Wednesday, Sept. 18, 7-9pm
Community singing is for all people, all voices. No singing experience necessary! Come experience the joy of singing with others. The songs are fun, easy to learn, and will be taught orally. This month’s song leader, Copperwoman, is a Sebastopol local song leader who has been doing this good work for many many years. $10-20 at the door.

Flynn Creek Circus comes to the Grange!

Aug 22-25 in Sebastopol

Flynn Creek Circus presents ‘Out of Hat’ Under the Big Top Tent! Follow the magician’s rabbit as she explores the physics of magic and the magic of physics. Featuring explosively entertaining acrobatics, aerial stunts and feats of skill by internationally award-winning performers, ‘Out of Hat’ is charmingly self-aware, edgy, sometimes profound, yet family friendly (except that adult showing)! Get tickets.