Grange events

Niwot Community Connection Monthly Meeting

Tuesday, October 12, 10:00 - 11:30 a.m.

The NCC honors the changeability of the fall season by bringing its meetings inside at The Grange.
In addition to the group's usual agenda, special guest Biff Warren will elucidate the importance of community writing, and the keynote speaker Molly Briggs will present "Zero Waste and Sustainability," a comprehensive look at how to make a difference with what you are recycling and composting, in addition to offering tips on how to navigate the latest guidelines.
Bring your questions and any recycle/compost materials that stump you.

If you have any questions or want more information, write to [email protected]

The Society for Creative Anachronisms

Danse Macabre event

Saturday, October 21, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

Do you love the Renaissance fair? Come enjoy playing in The Society for Creative Anachronisms (SCA). The SCA is devoted to the research and re-creation of pre-seventeenth skills, arts, combat and culture. It's where you can enjoy dressing up in history everyday while learning fencing, fighting, archery, equestrian, music, dancing, and art throughout history.
The Barony of Caer Galen invites you to explore and create the past.

The SCA will be hosting Danse Macabre, a medieval full-day masquerade Halloween event.
Enjoy art, games, dancing, and a spooky potluck. Prizes will be given for the best costume and the scariest, best tasting dish. Illumination contest all day. Light tables, pens, and paint will be provided.
Arts and crafts will be available all day - come decorate a skull or mask.

Adults: $15, members get a $5 discount.
For details visit, www.caergalen.org or email to [email protected]

Niwot Historical Society Lecture

The Haunted West
Wednesday, October 25, 7:00 p.m.

Stories of those who sought their fortune in the old mining camps continue to haunt the American West. Over his decades of research and travel to hundreds of old ghost towns, documentary filmmaker and author, Ethan Knightchilde has encountered the fascinating, the heart-rending, and the inexplicable. Come hear his somber, supernatural tales, both real and imagined.

Free to Niwot Historical Society members,
$5 for general admission. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.

Waves of Grain Farmer Celebration

Friday, October 27, 5:30 - 8:30 p.m.

Celebrate our farmers as they finish a challenging season in the fields. We’ll gather for a bountiful feast prepared by Chef Lance. We’ve invited many farmers familiar to people in Boulder County. Special Guest: Marcus McCauley.
Mingle at mocktail hour starting at 5:30 p.m., seating at 6:30
Buy Your Tickets Here. $75 per plate, $25 for farmers.
This is an alcohol free event. Children welcome.

Menu: McCauley Family Farm chicken, fresh autumn veggies from Ollin Farms, Kilt Farm, Rough & Ready Farm, Mountain Prairie Farms, and fruit from Topp Fruits.

Questions? Send an email to [email protected]

Community Dance Classes

Tuesdays, Oct. 17, 24, 31
5:00-8:00 p.m.

Teacher and choreographer Lindy Bartruff invites all ages and levels to the lindybdance Fall Celebration featuring line dance classes and social dance workshops for $10/person or $15/couple.

This month's dance styles include Jazz, Line Dance, and Latin instruction. Class level and content will be matched to participants.

To register, visit lindybdance.com.

The Grange's October Meeting

Wednesday, October 11
5:30-6:30 p.m.

The more members, the merrier.
Learn what's new at the Grange, what happenings are coming up,
and connect with other members of the community.

Your questions, comments, opinions, and ideas are very welcome.
Make history and hold your special events, weddings, meetings,
art shows, concerts, and classes at the Grange.
Low rental rates, well maintained, lots of tables/chairs, a full kitchen, a stage, WIFI, two large rooms, and free parking. Visit Rent The Grange for detailed information.
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