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 open for rentals. Please contact Jeanna Collet at 707-331-4400 for rental inquiries.

Join us Tues., Mar. 28, 6pm. for our next General Meeting

Our meal will be meat and not-meat loaf and potatoes prepared by Chef Matt Roberts. Bring salad or dessert to share and your own dishes and silverware.

New leadership team

After our meal, we’ll watch the worldwide premier of Sonoma County Climate 2050, a 25-minute video produced by Grange President Lawrence Jaffee and funded by community donations. The video features Dr. Emily Schoerning from American Resiliency, a nonprofit that helps communities prepare for climate change.
Lawrence asked Dr. Schoerning to research US Government resources to find what climate change impacts are expected here in 2050, focusing on these questions: Will there be fires, will there be fog, how much heat, how much water, and what’s going to be growing here?

Love Choir

Mondays, 6:30-8:30pm
Love Choir Sing-Along
“Loving the world, one song at a time”. Meets weekly to sing and share the joy of harmonizing together. No experience necessary, just show up and sing. Led by Mr. Music, Jim Corbett. Free will donation.

Mend and Befriend

Fri, March 31, 4:30-6:30pm
Mend & Befriend
Please join us and tell your friends and neighbors to come on down to make new fix-it friends while mending old items! Click above for more info.

Creative dance movement class

Wed, Apr. 5, 9:30-11am
Creative Dance Movement
Individual movement exploration with no formal instruction. Suggested donation $5-$10.
Footwear and mat for floor work suggested.

April 5th: Tips and strategies for electrifying your home

Sebastopol Carbon Conversations

Burning fossil fuels for heating and cooking poses a serious threat to our health and the planet. In addition to eliminating methane pollution, improving comfort, and stabilizing your energy bills, electrifying homes combined with a clean energy electrical grid helps achieve carbon reduction goals.
At this month’s Carbon Conversations, come learn from Building Decarbonization expert Sean Armstrong of Redwood Energy about products and strategies for electrification that work. Learn what is possible, why do this, some examples & strategies, how to pay for it, energy savings, and where to get help to do it.
Learn more and reserve your space.

Sebastopol Apple Blossom Parade

Mark your calendar for Sat., April 29, and plan to join us when Grangers and friends will participate in the parade!

Join us to care for the hedgerow