Plumsteadville Grange was founded in 1917, and continues to be a vital part of our community today. Open to men and women alike, we are a family-friendly organization, open to all with an appreciation of rural living and community spirit. Our organization is non-denominational and non-partisan – we welcome all to join in our fellowship.
Community Granges such as this one, are part of a wider Grange community, including the Pennsylvania State Grange and the National Grange.
We meet the second Wednesday of the month at 7:30 p.m. at the Grange Hall, located on Route 611, just North of Stump Road in Plumsteadville, PA, across from the intersection of 611 and Kellers Church Road.
Meetings feature a special program or guest speaker, as well as refreshments. We welcome members of the community to join us at our meetings and see what we are all about.
To learn more, download the Plumsteadville Brochure , find us on face book fill out a form to contact us, or just come to a meeting.