Jul 24

Grangestock is going on the Range!

gazebo at the Nursery at Mount Si
August 5th, Friday night, 6:45pm.

Thanks to the generosity of the beautiful Nursery at Mount Si, we’re going on the Range, under the stars.

Come and play, or come and listen to outstanding talent from here to Portland (Oregon, or maybe Maine).Enjoy fantastic music, feast on pizzas, chips, sodas, and more. Dine on delicious home made pies and desserts all while watching the sun set over majestic Mt. Si. To raise funds for the Grange, donations of delicious home-made pies and desserts are welcome! Please drop them off at the Concession Tables.

Parking is tight – carpool if you can, and if you have some non-perishable food for the food bank, we’ll make sure it gets there. It’s BYOB and BYOC (Bring your own chair. Or blanket. There are some chairs there, but just in case.)

Grangestock is often magical, but it’s incomparable in this venue. Showtime is 6:45pm (Musicians are advised to show up early), pizzas and other concessions available around 6:15pm. It might get cold once the sun goes down, so dress accordingly.

Free, but a donation of $5 or $10 will go far to keeping this incredible event continuing. Thank you very much!

Jul 24

Project Linus No-Sew-Build-A-Blanket Event at the Grange

Mon, Jul 25, 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM          12912 432nd Ave SE, North Bend, WA      

We need volunteers to help make no-sew blankets to be given to children to comfort them. That means taking fleece and cutting it to the preferred size and then cutting fringe around it. We have some fleece but we always appreciate more.

We only have five pairs of scissors, and a couple rotary cutters and mats, so if you have a cutter or mat or scissors or all 3, please bring them.

The majority of Project Linus blankets are:
58” X 40” child (2-6 yrs)
58” X 70” youth (7-12 yrs)
58” X 96” teen (13 +)

Project Linus is a national charity that collects blankets hand-made with love and distributes them to places where they will be given to children in need or in distress or in traumatic situations, such as hospitals.

North Bend Sallal Grange –
425 888 0825.

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.