Friday, March 17, 2017

Upcoming Poultry Conference: FEATHERPALOOZA

All Day Saturday March 25th, 2017, about All Things Feathered- FEATHERPALOOZA: Workshops, Presentations, Vendors, Food Trucks, Interactive Booths, & Kids Activities.
Brought to you by Northwest Discovery Lab, 4-H, WSU Jefferson County Extention, CHS NW Inc, the Chimacum Grange,
Free Admission, bring your cash for foods, beverages, samples, and sign ups!
Family Friendly, No Pets Allowed.

Located at 9572 Rhody Drive, Chimacum WA 98325. Public Parking across the street at the Chimacum Schools; please use Crosswalk to cross Rhody Drive.
Visit for more info!

Friday, November 25, 2016

First Annual Chimacum Holiday Weekend

 Local Food Specials, Caroling and Hot Cider, Community Portraits, Pictures with Santa, and 3 Craft Fairs to wander through, enough vendors and goodies to buy to last you through gift giving for a year! Benefiting local crafts people, businesses, farmers, schools, and community halls and centers.

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Square Dance 11/18

Put on your square dance panties and your swingiest skirt and get thee to the Grange this Friday night, for another country square dance, 8 - 11 or midnight.

Not Your Mama's String Band will be churning out the tunes, and no experience necessary, as Caller Dave Thielk will expertly guide your feets and arms to move to the folk music as our fore-bearers did.

$5 at the door, all ages,  Bring water and snacks, friends and neighbors!

Thursday, October 20, 2016

Grange's Winter Farmer's Craft Fair: Calling All Crafters!

Do you make a useful home, farm or garden craft that your friends and family find both charming indispensable? Are you tired of the department store commerce that dominates the winter holiday giving season, and want to participate in an economy that generates thoughtfully crafted yet useful items?

The Chimacum Grange is hosting a Winter Farmers Craft Fair- sort of a homespun, country version of a Target store, emulating the local General Stores of yesteryear.
We are looking for crafter-folk who wish to sell homemade, affordable items such as baskets, blankets, rugs, candles, soaps, pottery, garden tools and products, toys, knitwear, home décor, kitchen utensils, metal-works, woolen goods, wintertime décor and more (food and medicine items can be accepted with proper sales licensing).  
Crafters can rent half or whole tables, and can share booths with friends who also craft.  This is a much smaller version of normal craft fairs, and successfully began in 2014 to offer economic opportunity to our crafty back-to-the-landers, tinkerers, and farmers during slow parts of the year, with some small fundraising for the historic Grange Hall.
If you are interested in learning more, now is the time to reach out! 

Email Heather at with ‘Seeking Craft Fair Info’ in the subject line before November 15th. You can call 360-732-0015 if you wish to leave a voice mail requesting info. This is a first-come, first-serve exhibitor event. Sign-up and contracts are due by Nov. 20th, in order to prepare for a Dec. 10th  & 11th event.