Sequim Prairie Grange

The Sequim Prairie Grange is housed in one of Sequim’s historic former school buildings, the Macleay School, built in 1912. The Grange is part of America’s oldest farm-based fraternal organization, a non-partisan, grassroots rural advocacy group with both legislative program and community activities.

The Grange regularly stages pancake breakfasts, most recently last Sunday, and during summer months they host ice cream socials. These events help finance things like youth programs and scholarships. The building is also used for community events – I’ve attended a septic system workshop here (such is the glamor of country life!), a concert, and a community flea market. The Washington Old Time Fiddlers meet here regularly for weekend jams, classes and public performances.

4 thoughts on “Sequim Prairie Grange”

  1. Kay, I’m not sure I understand your question re. the church I posted today. I’ll try to clarify. The church is in Ranchos de Taos and is one of the most photographed church in our country, made quite famous by Georgia O’Keeffe’s painting. The BACK of the church faces the street, and is the one most admired, painted and photographed. The front of the church is situated in the back of the property and is the entrance (with the white door) the parishioners use to enter the church. It is old and beautiful and I’ve attended many services there in the past while visiting friends in Taos.

  2. I love Dutch babies and have a go-to recipe I’ve used many times. They’re not hard to cook and I make individual servings that are like mini souffles. They’re especially delicious when you can top them with local berries in season.

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