We are still having our Grange Meeting this Tuesday and Pizza will be provided by the Grange for the potluck. If you would like to bring anything, salads or something to go with pizza would be nice, don’t feel that you need to especially if you don’t have power.
Douglas Electric is sending a rep: General Manager, Keith Brooks, to answer questions and show slides of the devastation from the snow storm.
Visiting, open tables and PIE eating starts at 6:00PM
Game starts at 7:00PM.
Bring a pie and play $5 Bingo FREE!
Regular Prize BINGO!!! Fun! Fun! Fun!
MARK YOUR CALENDARS!
There will be 10 Bingo Games played.
Adult Games range from 50 cents for one game card
To packets of
1 card per game for $5,
2 cards per game for $10,
4 cards per game for $18 or
6 cards per game for $25
(The bigger the packet the better the deal)
Kids play all 10 Games for just $2
Separate Prizes for Kids
Pie and treats
Visiting starts at 6:00 p.m.
Bingo starts at 7:00 p.m.
Be sure to bring a friend or two
Saturday, October 20, 2018 at the Grange Hall.
Show your support for local farmers and ranchers by stopping by the Lookingglass Farm Market on Thursday, August 9 between 2:30 and 5:30 pm. If you get there before 4:30 pm, you’ll get to hear some live music by Grampa Jerry! 🎸 🎤
On Thursday, July 12, the Lookingglass Farm Market will have fresh blueberries. They’re a great treat to beat the heat! You also can get breads and sweeties, plants, garlic, greens, eggs, the children’s Food Hero activities with free $2 voucher, Pam’s crochet, jams and jellies.
The Lookingglass Grange Farmers’ Market is participating in the free, Food Hero Passport Program for Kids. Children ages 3 and up get a Food Hero Passport to receive stamps each week. They get a $2 voucher each week to spend on fruits and vegetables. There are activities and prizes, too!
The program will be operating in Lookingglass from June 7 to August 9, from 2:30 – 5:30 pm. Bring your kids to 7426 Lookingglass Rd.
The Lookingglass Parade will start at noon on Saturday, May 5, 2018. The weather is expected to be warm and sunny! Bring the entire family for an enjoyable day. Please show your community pride: help with the Lookingglass Parade and Cleanup Day by picking up and properly disposing of trash along the roads of our community.
We are pleased to announce that we have signed the world famous Douglas High School Jazz Band, a 16 piece ensemble, recently returned from state invitational concerts, to provide entertainment on the main events stage after the Lookingglass Parade. Under the direction of Hannah Abercrombie, this is a great group of musicians; a real treat for our Community. In the band will be baritone saxophonist Kevin Nelson, Lookingglass Explorer/Volunteer Firefighter. Approximately 1:15 pm start time, Saturday May 5th.
Food will be available for purchase, prepared by the Lookingglass Volunteer Firefighters Association. Various farm animals will be available for viewing and petting starting about 11:00 am. Some of the Lookingglass Farm Market vendors will have food products and plants for sale.
Last week there were 2 new vendors at the Lookingglass Farm Market.
We are very pleased to have natural, grass-fed beef available from 2-B Angus.
We also have a new baker, The Muffin Lady, who indulges us with wonderful muffins and cookies, including gluten-free!
This week, we are expecting to have more new vendors. Come check us out. You’ll be glad you did! You’ll enjoy the variety of fresh produce, eggs (maybe even some duck eggs), baked goods, jams, clothing, jewelry, personal care products, crafts, and more.