Online Spring Plant Sale 2024 underway!

The 2024 Online Spring Plant Sale has been very successful! We started doing online sales with local pickup in 2021, and this year is the most amazing yet!

We are most famous for our $2 dahlia tubers, but we have so much more! We have eight types of tomatoes, we have peppers, cucumbers, winter and summer squash, watermelon, and more. We have many flowers this year, both annual and perennial! Berries, shrubs, trees, and even mason bee houses on offer.

Come see what we have! The last day of the sale is Wednesday May 15th!

https://crescent-grange-1123.square.site/

The Grange needs a new roof!

A big thank you to everyone that responded to our recent mailer! We are feeling the love and support of the community as we work to secure the future of the Grange hall.

If you would like to help raise our roof, there are a few ways to do so! Follow the square site link to donate through square, or write a check to the Grange and bring it to any public potluck.

Checks of any amount may be made out to: Crescent Grange #1123 

Upcoming Events for October 2023

There will be a Grange business meeting October 4th at 6:30pm.

On October 18th at 6pm there will be a social potluck at the Grange hall, followed by a talk by Steve Hauff on the Spruce Railroad division. Learn about our local history! All are welcome!

Spruce Railroad Division Soldiers on Stump 1917-1918

Community Potluck & Local History Talk September 20th, 6pm

It’s time for Crescent Grange to resume social potlucks after a summer break. Mark your calendars. September 20 at 6:00PM. Our program after dinner will be a presentation by David Brownell, Executive Director of the North Olympic History Center. He will be talking about the history of Gettysburg Washington and the goings on historically near the mouth of the Lyre River.

Everyone is welcome to join us the a nice potluck dinner and a fascinating local history lesson.