Halloween Festivities!

Ghosts, Goblins, Witches, Lady Bugs, Cowboys, Tinkerbells and all costume clad alter egos!!  Come one, come all!  The Stillaguamish Grange is working with the Stanwood Chamber of Commerce Friday and Saturday October 26th & 27th on the Halloween Spooktacular.

Friday 10/26 we are partnering with our local high school and sponsoring a Teen Zombie Dance for local teens to come in their favorite costumes or to come as their favorite undead….  It is from 8pm – 11pm at the Grange and admission is $10.  Included will be music, refreshments, a costume contest and a contest for Zombie King and Queen.

Saturday 10/27 from 3-5pm at Viking Village is the Spooktacular and the Grange will be hosting 3 carnival booths for children.

And not to forget our 21 and over crowd – Saturday 10/27 from 7pm-11:30pm we’re having a “Come as you are, come as your Alter Ego” evening including a couple bands.   Admission at the door is $5.  We’re having Carpool Tunnels a local blue grass band come and we’re working on some additional entertainment.  There will be beer, wine, bratwurst and TONS OF FUN!  Bring all your over 21 friends to mix mingle and boogie to the sounds of bluegrass.

The Grange is shaking it up and bit and proving that the Stillaguamish Grange – it’s not just for your Grandparents anymore!

Thank you!

We had an absolutely amazing showing for our annual Burger Booth at the Stanwood-Camano Fair!  This year we decided to shake things up a little and boy did it look absolutely amazing!  Our volunteers were all dressed in matching t-shirts thanks to the generosity of SNAP! Custom Clothing in Seattle!  We had a new banner and signage as well!  We looked, felt and acted SHARP!  A special thank you to all of our volunteers from the community, the Pomona Grange (Thank you ladies!) and to Bible Baptist Church for so generously stepping in and covering a half day all on their own!  Also for our own Grange members who spent weeks planning and pouring their hearts and time into such a successful event!  Rah, Rah, Rah! Go Stilly 1058!!

We have a nice step forward on fundraising for outreach in the coming year.  But we’re not done yet – keep your eyes posted for out latest and greatest adventures.  Just a couple hints! Halloween is coming….  And another hint… Johnny Cash in concert in San Quentin.  Oh, that wasn’t a hint – we just plain ol’ told you! We’re so excited about this one we can’t hold it in!  And unlike San Quentin when the concert’s over we won’t hold you in!!


The Fair is coming, the Fair is coming!!!

We are gearing up for the 2012 Stanwood-Camano Fair!

This is a very exciting time of year for the Stillaguamish Grange.  We have a long history of running a hamburger booth during the fair.  Our burgers and fries are second to none if you ask us and we suggest you stop by and try them for yourself!  Not only will your belly thank you, the proceeds of our food booth fund the Grange outreach for the year.  Most notably the purchase of dictionaries for the 3rd graders in the Stanwood School District.  We have done this for generations and hope to be able to continue this tradition with your help!

If you wish to volunteer your time or gain more information about the Stillaguamish Grange # 1058 please feel free to reach out, we would love to have you join us!

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