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
The Power of Balsamic2014-08-02 5:00pm – 7:00pm Grange$25 Tickets
A workshop and tasting of classic balsamic vinegar, and an exploration of its history, its widespread industrial production, and its surprising uses with grower and producer Steve Darland of Traditional Aceto Balsamico of Monticello.
Market Day Farmer’s Lunch with Six Oaks2014-08-02 1:00pm – 2:30pm Grange$34 Tickets
After the market closes, sit down to a casual family-style lunch with the local farmers behind Geyserville's Six Oaks for a seasonal menu inspired by their produce.
Oyster Shucking and Tasting with Saltwater Oyster Company2014-08-07 5:00pm – 7:00pm Grange$50/$65 with wine pairing Tickets
Come learn how to source, shuck and savor oysters with Luc Chamberland of Saltwater Oyster Depot, who will dispel myths, dispense advice, and teach us everything we could ever want to know about the humble and elusive oyster – while we eat them!
The Whole Fish with Maria Finn2014-08-17 3:00pm – 5:00pm$35 Tickets
Learn from fisherwoman and author Maria Finn about the incredible wild salmon and its vital role in the ecosystems of the West Coast while she demonstrates how to break down a whole salmon and use every part of the fish.
Movie Screening and Filmmaker Q&A: Watershed2014-08-20 8:00pm – 10:30pm Grange$5 Tickets
Join us in the Grange after dark for a special film screening and discussion of the documentary Watershed, which tells the story of the threats to the once-mighty Colardo river and offers solutions for the future of the American West.
Kombucha, Kefir Water & Lacto Fermented Sodas2014-08-23 10:00am – 12:00pm Grange$50 Tickets
Learn all about fermented beverages from SHED's Fermentation Master Jordan Lancer and take home supplies and know-how to easily make them at home!
Lexicon of Sustainability Pop-Up2014-09-07 3:30pm – 5:30pm GrangeFREE
Join the creators of the Lexicon of Sustainability and the people behind the pages of Douglas Gayeton's new book, Local. Music, art, film, and food abounds as the grange turns into a pop-up art and food show and the pages of Local come alive. All ages welcome.