Our calendar includes a variety of occasions intended to revive the tradition and conviviality of the old grange halls: Sunday suppers, films, music, readings, cultural and social events.
SHED can also be reserved for Private Events
Soba Making Workshop2014-10-05 2pm – 5pm Grange$85 Tickets
Learn how to make delicious fresh soba noodles with Sonoko Sakai, a Japanese home cooking instructor and founder of Common Grains, who will lead a hands-on workshop on traditional Nihachi style soba. The class will prepare and then taste the soba, both hot and cold, in a simple Japanese meal service including appetizer and dessert.
Biodynamic Workshop I2014-10-05 10:00am – 12:00pm Grange
Wonder what all the Biodynamic buzz is about? Our series kicks off with a discussion about the origins of organic and Biodynamic agriculture and an exploration of the trends in Biodynamic food and fiber. Presented by Elizabeth Candelario of Demeter USA.
Biodynamic Workshop II2014-11-02 10:00am – 12:00pm Grange
The practice of Biodynamic farming means adhering to organic, holistic, and cosmic tenets. Learn the differences between organic and Biodynamic growing and how to integrate its principles into your garden. Presented by Cynthia Sandberg of Love Apple Farm.
Biodynamic Workshop III2014-12-07 10am – 12pm Grange
Explore how healthy soil functions and how composting and Biodynamic preparations can bring unhealthy soil back to life. Learn methods, materials, and uses for your own home garden or farm. Presented by Colum Riley of Malibu Compost.
Biodynamic Workshop IV2015-01-04 10:00am – 12:00pm Grange
Biodynamic apiculture treats the honeybee nest as "One Bee-ing" in its formation and life gestures. This class will explore current issues to the health of bees, and asks what they and we need to survive together. Presented by Michael Thiele of Gaia Bees.
Biodynamic Workshop VI2015-03-01 5:00pm – 7:00pm Grange
The wine industry was an early American adopter of Biodynamic farming. As a grand finale to our class series, and with a glass of wine in hand, we will hear from grape growers and winemakers who are pushing the envelope on ecological farming and product quality.