7th Annual Spectacular Souper Supper!
Saturday November 2, 2013; Serving from 5 to 7PM
Come join us for another meal of tasty homemade soups, breads, salads & desserts. All the usual suspects have voluteered to prepare new delights & old favorites. But we want you, our community to be sure to be there to enjoy them! Each year our
attendance increases as locals appreciate a hearty,
home-cooked meal and an opportunity to visit with neighbors.
in years past, our new septic system should be up to the
task of accommodating a large crowd and the kitchen sink
will be connected to that system. This is major cause for celebration. Please encourage your
friends and neighbors to attend Soup Supper? (suggested
donation of $5/adult or $12/family). Invite someone you know who has forgotten before? Orchestrate an entire car load from your end of the 'hood? Recruit a Boy Scout Troop to help with the dishes?
Next Spring March 2014
Both Spring & Fall our hardworking Grange Volunteers orchestrate a community Garage Sale. Neighbors donate no longer needed goods and other members of our community redistribute that wealth. It's a BIG event. These sales have generated loyal followers who return with delight and anticipation season after season. Please drop your items at the Grange Hall before 5PM, Wednesday October 2nd, Sharon B & Sen S will be coordinating those donations. This season as the
facilities at the Grange are being seriously updated community
participation needs to be more active & generous than ever! Doors will open @ 9AM & close promptly @ 5PM both Friday and Saturday. Come check it out?
Native Plant Sale: Spring 2014, 9AM to 5PM
Each Spring the Grange sponsors a Native Plant Sale. Folks come from all over the city to score beautiful native plants & baby evergreen trees of many varieties. In 2012 it was possible to complete an order online and then just arrive at the Grange to pick up both simple & huge complex orders. Consider that for yourself this year?
Brunch at the Grange: late February 2014
This is a Springtime event with a tasty reputation as well. Community members have seemed glad to emerge from winter to celebrate the Great Thaw and return to living outdoors in our beautiful neighborhood. Pumpkin pancakes, strata's, blueberries abound in pancakes made by local bakers. This year, toasted hazelnut pancakes will be there too. Join us?