We hope you join us Sept 22nd, the Sunday morning of Farm Tour weekend, for an extra-special Pancake Feed at the Chimacum Grange. Not just any ordinary pancakes, these buckwheat treats are guaranteed to fuel and inspire you through a full day of farm visits.
Rather frighteningly, the Grange was found to have a smoking light fixture in the main hall last month. Thanks so much to the individual who spotted and reported it! And thanks to those contributing funds. Happy Ending: the Grange now has ten new handsome LED “Schoolhouse” fixtures!
Time Travel with Tara and Zoe to Chimacum 1939. Coming to the Chimacum Grange Feb 9th and 10th, a one-act historic drama by playwright Angela Gyurko. Here’s your chance to be a star! Auditions Jan 7th and 8th.
Join us Dec. 8 & 9 to support your local vendors! We have welcomed farmers, hobbyists, businesses, and non-profit groups to join. We encourage the creation of local crafts that reflect the natural world of the Olympic Peninsula, to create a craft fair of recognizable quality and preservation of historical crafts.
The Grange extends a huge thanks to the Jeff.Co. Assoc. of Realtors, the Jeff.Co Home Builders Association, Carl’s Building Supply, and Coker Designs for all their volunteer work this last year to help maintain and repair the Chimacum Grange building.
Anyone like local grain buckwheat pancakes with Finnriver blueberries and real maple syrup, Egg and I Pork sausage, and Walchli cantaloupe while listening to Wild Phil and the Buffalo Gals pump out great breakfast tunes??? Don't miss out on attending this "Once-in-a Century" event the Sunday of Farm Tour weekend! Tickets on sale at Chimacum Corner Farmstand. Full details HERE!
Join author and wildlife tracker Doniga Markegard, and author and biomechanist Katy Bowman in Chimacum, Washington for Wilderness Moves: Hiking Awareness! Following that, Doniga Markegard, owner of Markegard Family Grass-Fed, shares her expertise in Holistic Land Management as a pathway for large-scale grassland restoration.
We are a community that has been lacking sufficient certified kitchen space for food producers and caterers to use, but that is changing. On June 13th, representatives from 3 commercial kitchens (2 of which are brand new!) came to talk with us.
A most generous contribution has come to the Chimacum Grange from Richard Tucker, Executive Director of the Jefferson Land Trust. He's not only paid for the recent piano-tuning but has also volunteered to foot the bill for new stage curtains (not cheap)!