June Grange meeting shifted to June 21st
Baking contest for the June meeting—blondies!
Grange sign update
Grange furnace replacement? Get involved!
May Grange meeting revisits our history
Grange website improvements underway
World's longest contra dance line—in Rutland?
Monday 4/28: dance on VPR Vermont Edition
FCCGH grant application—going in on May 1st!
Saturday 5/3: movie night at CCG
And it's our 100th birthday!
Quilt block contest
Basement and bathroom plans approved by Grange
Hall plans later approved by Fire Marshal
More Hall updates: Wi-Fi, new phone service and emergency lights, stage painting
Garden talk at the April 5th Grange meeting
Grange Legislative Day coming up
May 3rd meeting—Grange building movie from 1953! 100th anniversary!
Feb. 1st Grange meeting votes on WiFi, sings Pete Seeger songs and sees a movie!
FCCGH fundraiser—fun and successful
Improving our “digital presence” consultation coming up
Mar. 1st Grange meeting: FCCGH bathroom & fire code project plans
Sunday, February 9. Heat up the dance hall to benefit the Friends of the Capital City Grange Hall as they work to fund fire code improvements. Bring friends and little ones to the family dance from 3:00pm – 4:30pm with music by Mikaela Moore and Dana Hartshorn, and calling by the Mad Robins Callers group. Stay for an amazing Thai dinner from 4:30pm – 5:30pm. Follow it up with a contra dance, 5:30 pm - 8:30pm with music by Maivish (Jaige Trudel and Adam Broome) and calling by Mary Wesley.
Benefit for Richard, Charles & Gary on Jan. 18th
Don't forget: Bake some cookies for Dec. 21st
Also remember: The Great Dance Clothes Swap!
Improving our Hall—bathroom design focus
What's happening with our Mission Statement?
Lights on the sign!
Catching up with the Grange
November CCG meeting report—frank discussions of the mission of our Grange
Remembering Bill Spear
Friends of the CCG Hall—planning ahead
Special dance events coming up
Who left the beer bottles—and the dishwasher?
Catching up with the Grange: I haven't sent out much in the way of “Grange Notes” this fall—due to a variety of reasons:
Busy-ness—just lots going on in my own life, with work, visitors and keeping up with the changing seasons.
Grange windows installed!
Friends planning more projects—join us on 7/17
Grange Picnic on July 20th
Champlain Valley Festival—restarting July 19-21
Grates for the porches
Grange business meetings will resume in September
March 2nd Grange meeting: legislative issues report, and more
Organic agriculture exhibit at the Pavilion
Tuned and rebuilt piano keeping the music going in the Grange
Lots of events in March keeping the Hall busy!
Program on March 2nd—getting ready for Post-Peak-Oil