Partners for a Clean Environment, aka PACE, a department within the Boulder County Office of Sustainability, Climate Action & Resilience, performed an energy audit which resulted in the Grange being eligible for Xcel Energy to replace every florescent light bulb in the building with LED bulbs. The new approximately 125 bulbs are now in place.

PACE also upgraded the Grange's bathroom faucet aerators from 1.5 gallons per minute to 0.5 GPM. The thorough report PACE provided lists a number of future ways in which the Grange can be energy efficient and continue to be Earth-wise.


bondi art

Bondi Art Show

Friday, August 5, from 5-9 PM
Saturday, August 5, from 11 AM-8 PM

Michael Bondi's annual art show returns. Original watercolors and prints will be available.

You will fall for Bondi's city and harbor scenes inspired by his many trips to Italy, France, and Greece. Bondi's paintings are offered at galleries in Nice, France, Boulder, Laguna Beach, Santa Fe, and in New Orleans.

To learn more about Michael Bondi,
visit his website.
honeybee festival

Niwot Honey Bee Harvest Festival

Saturday, August 27
10 AM-5:15 PM

In addition to activities all of town, Niwot's second annual Honey Bee Harvest Festival will feature fascinating expert speakers covering 8 topics at the Grange. Attend the Designing a Pollinator Habitat, the Evolution of the Honey Industry, and the Pollinators, People, and Public policy presentations to name a few. Be in the audience for the documentary film Sister Bee at the end of the day.
Click here for the event's schedule.

Fire Prevention Presentation

Saturday, August 20
5:30-8 PM
Fires are no longer rare along the Front Range, but our agricultural community has proven that it can be very resilient when it's prepared and willing to help out neighbors.
Hosted by the Flatirons Farmers Coalition in conjunction with Boulder Watershed Collective and Boulder County Office of Emergency Management, this wildfire preparedness event is designed for farmers, ranchers, land stewards, and farm workers who are on the front lines of disasters posed by a changing climate. The evening will be filled with education, storytelling, and conversation.

Registration for the event is required: Register here.

The Grange's August Meeting

Wednesday, August 10
5:30-6:30 PM
Please attend this meeting at the Grange to learn what's new and what happenings are coming up, and to connect with other members of the community.
Your questions, comments, opinions, and ideas are very welcome.
Hold your special events, meetings, concerts,and classes at the Grange.
Low rental rates, clean, and well maintained, lots of tables/chairs, a full kitchen, a stage, WiFi, two large rooms, and free parking.
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