Sep 17

Free Electronics Recycling Event – September 24th & 25th, 2016

“Need to make room for guests this holiday season? It might be time to let go of that old computer or stereo that you were going to fix.”

The Sallal Grange is hosting an Electronics Recycling Event on Saturday, Sept. 24th and Sunday, Sept. 25th from 10 am to 5 pm at the Grange hall in North Bend (12912 432nd Ave SE, North Bend, WA).

If you have questions, please email us here: recycle@sallalgrange.org.

We’ve had to make some changes to our acceptable items list in order to keep the event free. Please make note of the fact that we can’t take CRT or projection TVs, Refrigerators, or AC units anymore.

All cell phones donated during this event will be given to Verizon’s Hopeline program which
connects survivors of domestic violence to vital resources and funds organizations nationwide.
http://www.verizonwireless.com/aboutus/hopeline/

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We accept the following items:(Please check back as this list is subject to change.)

  • TV’s (No CRTs or Projection TVs)
  • Monitors (No CRTs or Projection TVs)
  • Computers (Servers, Desktops, Laptops, & Tablets)
  • Computer Parts & Accessories
  • Printers (Laser & Inkjet)
  • Scanners & Copiers
  • Power Tools (Handheld Only)
  • Cell Phones
  • RC Vehicles
  • Cameras & Camcorders
  • Small Appliances
  • Stereo Equipment
  • CD, DVD, Blu-ray, Vinyl (Players & Media)
  • Video Games (Games and Consoles)
  • Cables/Wires
  • Musical Instruments

Items We CANNOT Take:

  • Ink/Toner Cartridges
  • CRTs or Projection TVs or Monitors
  • Speakers with wood cases
  • VHS Cassette Tapes
  • Light Bulbs
  • Refrigerators
  • Air Conditioning Units
Sep 17

Harvest Moon Grangestock – October 7th!

We’re doing something new this month!

Harvest Moon Grangestock

The Sallal Grange is happy to present our Fall Grangestock – Harvest Moon – on Friday, October 7th, with potluck starting at 6pm, and music starting at 7pm.

Please join us as we celebrate the Fall Harvest with Local Musicians, Food, Friends and Family, as well as Harvest Gifts. We will have a special harvest table setting, favorite fall tapas, and appetizers, and recipes to share and take home. Kindly bring your fall “potluck item” in an easy to eat “appetizer size” on your pretty festive plate or platter and include that favorite recipe to share!

Featuring: Centerpiece Display Ideas for your home; Raffles for Harvest Moon Centerpieces! Introduce a new friend to this Grangestock event and win an extra raffle ticket for the drawing!

We hope you will come check out a fantastic night of local music and some special additions we have added for this month’s open mic. Your creativity is welcome and we hope to continue to build a fun, family environment.

Questions?
Sep 17

Community Forum on Homeless Teens in Snoqualmie Valley

A community forum will be held at the Sallal Grange on Monday, October 10th, from 7-9pm.

There are at least 60 homeless teens living in the Snoqualmie Valley. Please join us and a panel of local service providers to begin to explore and better understand this issue. We need everyone who has information to share or who is interested in gaining more insight to participate. This is a complicated issue, but one that has solutions and that needs our thoughtful consideration and effort to make meaningful change. Please join us for the first of an ongoing conversation.

Want to participate, but can’t attend on the 10th? Please contact our worthy Lecturer Alexis at Lecturer@SallalGrange.org to share your interest, ideas, or concerns and we’ll keep you in the loop!

Mar 05

Register for the Dairy Drive

The Grange is collecting Dairy (but not milk or eggs) for the local food bank. The food bank appreciates it, and the people we ask to donate appreciate the opportunity to give to the food bank. If you (or someone you know) can spare an hour or two to hang out at QFC, please email leah (at) aichele (dot) org. We need people every month. This is a great chance to let people know that our Grange is active in the community, as well as being a pillar of the arts in the Valley.