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
UPSIDE DANCE OPEN REHEARSAL2014-03-09 5 pm – 7 pm GrangeFREE
Ever wanted to know how a dance performance is created? Or what really happens before the curtain goes up? Upside Dance invites you to an open rehearsal for a sneak peak of their vibrant new dance project, 'STRUM'.
ROOTS TO STALK WORKSHOP2014-03-15 11 am – 2 pm Grange$45 Tickets
Learn how to reduce waste, save a little money and be creative with seasonal vegetables for everyday cooking and more formal meals. Taught by Tara Duggan, a San Francisco Chronicle staff writer and author of the new book "Root to Stalk Cooking: The Art of Using the Whole Vegetable" will demonstrate how to use up parts like chard stalks, cauliflower stems, and carrot tops in seasonal meals.
BRAVE NEW MUSIC Chamber Music Concert2014-03-18 7:30 pm – 9:30 pm Grange$25 Tickets
BRAVE NEW MUSIC successfully launched its first session last November with the Friction Quartet. We now look ahead to our second performance which will spotlight the brilliantly accomplished Catalyst Quartet from New York City. Snacks, craft beer and local wines will be available for purchase to be enjoyed in the casual atmosphere of SHED's performance space.
VERMICULTURE WORKSHOP2014-03-23 11 am – 12:30 pm Grange$20 Tickets
Come learn how to compost with worms! Vermi-composting is a low maintenance composting system that utilizes red wiggler worms to transform food scraps into a nutritive soil amendment. Join presenter Rick Kaye to learn how to set up and maintain a basic backyard worm bin and use the worm castings as compost or liquid teas in your garden. Rick founded The Compost Club in 2003, which has since helped 15 local schools and businesses compost their waste onsite.
THE UMAMI WORKSHOP: LEARNING TO MAKE DASHI/KOJI W/ SONOKO SAKAI2014-03-29 3 pm – 6 pm Grange
Learn to make a complete meal with Sonoko Sakai, using two natural Japanese seasonings, dashi and shio-koji. There will be a cooking demonstration of four dishes, using dashi and shio-koji. Dashi is the umami rich stock that is used to season Japanese soups and dishes. Koji is a rice mold that has been used in Japan to ferment sake and shoyu for hundreds of years. Japanese menu will be created and served. Students will make their own batch of shio-koji to take home.
GRANGE SUNDAY SUPPER SERIES WITH SONOKO SAKAI2014-03-30 6:30 pm – 9 pm Grange$75 Tickets
Japanese Supper created by Sonoko Sakai & Mutsuko Soba (chef and co-owner of Miyabi 45 in Seattle).
The family style menu will feature dashi & koji with handmade soba noodles.
UPside Dance presents: STRUM with Composer Mark Growden2014-04-05 8 PM – 10 PM Grange$20/$15 student Tickets
'Strum' features 12 UPside contemporary dancers performing alongside world renown composer Mark Growden, live musicians, and the Calling All Choir at Healdsburg SHED. Our concept involves live musicians sharing space with dancers, interacting with each other, the project focuses on the commonality of our instruments.
ANIMAL COLLAGE PORTRAITS WITH DENISE FIELDER2014-04-05 11 am – 3 pm GrangeFREE to attend Tickets
Using vintage books and newspaper, San Francisco based collage artist Denise Fiedler will create a lively likeness of the light of your life. Bring your pet, domestic and farm animals alike, either on a leash or in a photo, and let Denise send you a collage image of whatever animal you prize in your life.
An 8 x 10 original collage of your pet is $150, and will be available 2-3 weeks after sitting or submittal of photo.
BIODYNAMIC APICULTURE FOR BEGINNERS2014-04-26 10 AM – 3 PM Off Site
Biodynamic Beekeeping & Alternative Hives for the Beginning Beekeeper. Topics will include: biology, the life forces and natural gestalt of bees, alternative beehive designs, biodynamic approaches and bee-centered management. Held at the beautiful HomeFarm (Dry Creek Healdsburg, Sonoma County, CA), with a farm lunch to follow.
ZEN AND THE ART OF LIVING WITH BEES2014-04-27 10 AM – 3 PM HomeFarm
This class will provide an overview of a holistic approach to apiculture for beekeepers and all "bee-lovers" to explore the honeybee from new vantage points. Topics will include: biology, the life forces and natural gestalt of bees, alternative beehive designs, an overview and study of the life-rhythms and cycles throughout the bee year, biodynamic approaches and bee-centered management, along with the the study of various texts and contemporary bee research. Held at the beautiful HomeFarm (Dry Creek Healdsburg, Sonoma County, CA), with a farm lunch to follow.