Passport Dinner to the Spring Prom

Come celebrate Spring with a dinner and dance at “Prom Night at the Grange” at the Wilson Grange on Friday, March 28, 2014.  Dinner will include a fruit salad, lemon chicken with rice pilaf and steamed broccoli, sherbet, and raspberry spritzer.  A vegetarian option always is available.

After dinner, there will be dancing upstairs in our hall, with music provided by Susan Atwood and Tom Whalen.  Prom attire is optional.

Dinner is at 6pm, costs $12 per person, and Reservations Are a Must!  We fill up fast!  So call 645-3676 soon to make your reservation. Snow date is Friday, April 4th, also at 6pm.

Wilson Grange is located at 1338 Main St. in East Wilton, across from Shelly’s Hometown Market


This month, Wilson Grange will travel to Russia for its  February 28, 2014 Passport Dinner.

Authentic Russian fare such as  borscht, stroganoff, Russian carrot salad, Russian tea cakes, and black tea will  be featured.

A vegetarian option always is available.

After the dinner, Natasha Erb, a native of Syktyvkar, who  grew up in a small village near the Artic Circle, will give a presentation on  some of the traditions and culture of Russia.  She’ll also tell us a bit about  how she and her fellow citizens dealt with weather there that usually is colder  than we’ve experienced lately.

Dinner is at 6pm, costs $12 per  person, and Reservations Are a Must!  We fill  up fast!

So please respond to this e-mail or call 645-3676 soon to make your reservation.

Snow date is  Saturday, March 1st, also at 6pm.

Wilson Grange is located at 1338 Main St. in  East Wilton, across from Shelly’s Hometown Market

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Passport Dinner to “Down Under”


Join Wilson Grange #321 as we go to Down Under to warm Australia for our January 24, 2014 Passport Dinner. Leave the cold, snow, and sleet behind for a time while you dine on authentic Australian fare such as Pumpkin Soup with ANZAC biscuits, Australian Meat Pie, and Lamington Cake.  A vegetarian option always is available.

After the meal, Amy LeBlanc, the Tomato Lady, will give a slide presentation on the sites and unusual critters she and her husband saw as they traveled on the eastern side of the continent – from Sidney to Adelaide, then to Uluru, Ellis Springs in the Out Back, and Cairns, where they snorkeled on the Great Barrier Reef.

Dinner is at 6pm, costs $12 per person, and Reservations Are a Must!


Please e-mail [email protected] or call 645-3676 soon to make your reservation.  Snow date is Saturday, January 25th, also at 6pm.

Wilson Grange is located at 1338 Main St. in East Wilton, across from Shelly’s Market.


Holiday Bake Sale

Saturday, December 14th, 10am to 2pm: Wilson Grange #321 in East Wilton will hold a “Holiday Bake Sale”.

Enjoy fresh out of the oven cinnamon rolls and coffee or hot cocoa while you shop for holiday baked goods. Featured will be cookies, bars, gingerbread men, and breads such as cranberry, pumpkin, and banana.  Plus lots more.

Wilson Grange is located at 1338 Main St. in East Wilton, across from Shelly’s Market.

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At our recent Hunter’s Breakfast / Non-Hunter’s Brunch, one of our guests returned with-in the hour and announced he had bagged a 150 lb. spike horn. It may have been the beans!
If you didn’t get a deer, maybe you didn’t have a good breakfast?
P.S. The male shown is not the spike horn mentioned!   😉

Hunters Breakfast / Non-Hunters Brunch

Hunters Breakfast / Brunch, Saturday, Nov. 9 from 5am to 10am, at the Wilson Grange #321 in East Wilton (across from Shelly’s Market).

Breakfast will include French toast, hash brown potatoes, eggs, sausage, bacon, baked beans, coffee, and OJ, all for $6

Before dawn, we will be serving a nice meal to get you ready for a trek in the woods.

And if you don’t hunt, come in a little later in the morning, we’ll be there till 10 a.m.

Passport Dinners Schedule

The 2013 – 2014

is about to start and we want YOU!
and, we need you.
September   27th                                   Harvest Dinner.  
                                    Join us as we celebrate a bountiful harvest.
October  25th                                 Passport to Outer Space.   
                                   Extraterrestrial attire is encouraged.
November  2nd       Our First ever   *Hunter’s Breakfast!*   
                                    Yes, this one is in the early morning.
                                   (And there might be a brunch for the non-hunters.)
January  24th                                    Passport to Australia
                                    HINT: Remember, it will be summer down under.
February  28th                                   Passport to Russia
                                    Ya think it’s cold here… wait till you see Russia!
March  28th                           Passport to the Spring Equinox 
                                    Spring springs!    (And it’s about time.)
April  25th                           Passport to the world of Dr. Suess. 
                                    Oh the places we will go… to eat.
Except for the breakfast, all dinners begin at 6 p.m. and reservations are a MUST.
Dinners have a vegetarian option available.
Reservations can be placed at [email protected]
or by calling 645-3676 and mentioning The Passport Dinners.
P.O. Box 381 East Wilton, ME. 04234 / 1338 Main Street Wilton, Maine.

Blueberry Festival, Here we come

This year is our first attempt to participate in Wilton’s Blueberry Festival.  We’ll have a table by Wilton Hardware Store (Thanks!) where we will be selling tickets for a blueberry filled basket.

And this just in,  we have just received t-shirts!  These beautiful shirts celebrate our community garden “Give Peas A Chance”.  Buy purchasing one of these shirts you will be helping us to feed the hungry, and you know you’ll feel good about yourself when you wear the shirt and know you’re doing something good.

So, if you are on Main Street Wilton on Saturday August 3rd, stop by our table.  Besides the great stuff already mentioned, we also have a list of dates for our upcoming Passport Dinners!

What A great start to a great festival!



We’re having a dance on June 22, 2013 from 7:30 – 10:30 p.m.  We’d love to have a bunch of guests try their hand (feet) at dancing around our hall. We’ve got a couple of really good dancers that will help any feet to get moving in the right direction. And if you dance up a thirst, we’ll even have non-alcoholic refreshments available.  The admission will be $8 at the door.  Hope you can come.