Due to excessive heat, smoke, and fire danger, the Lookingglass Farm Market will be closed this Thursday, September 10, 2020. We hope all of you are staying safe and healthy. See you next week!
Our small market has so many things to offer! Vegetables, plant starts, meat, eggs, bread, jam, muffins, washable teddy bears, herbs, knitting and crocheting and more. Come see us starting May 7th. Thursday’s from 2:30 to 5:30.
All vendors will be outdoors. We will be masked and maintaining social distancing. We ask customers to wear masks, use our hand washing station, not handle merchandise, and maintain distancing.
You’ll also get to see the new wheelchair ramp from the parking lot to the Grange Hall!
To: ALL GRANGE MEMBERS And THE LOOKINGGLASS COMMUNITY
From: GRANGE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE
Re: Covid 19 and Oregon State Executive Order No. 20-12
Lookingglass Grange #927 Written Plan
The Oregon State Grange has issued a directive stating that, pursuant to the executive Order No. 20-12 issued March 23, 2020 by Oregon Governor Kate Brown, as a fraternal organization, all Granges must close to the public unless certain specific conditions are met. We have chosen to cancel all Grange meetings, rentals, and activities (other than required maintenance) until further notice.
Essential non-profits in the area may need to use the Grange Hall as a meeting place due to social distancing requirements necessitating a larger area (square footage). To satisfy the needs of the community and meet the requirements of the Executive Order 20-12, the Lookingglass Grange is instituting the following policies:
The Lookingglass Grange will designate a member of the Executive Committee to institute, implement, and enforce social distancing policies consistent with Oregon Health Authority Guidelines when teleconferencing or meet from home options are not available for any approved meeting.
When public services require in-person interactions, social distancing measures must be established, implemented, and enforced to the maximum extent possible.
Shared surface contact areas (i.e. doorknobs, faucet handles, chairs, tables, etc.) will be sanitized with a CDC compliant sanitizer or equivalent prior to and after any meeting.
A seating plan that maintains a minimum distance of at least six feet between individuals will be enforced.
There shall be no sharing of office supplies, cups, utensils, or other small items between attendees. Each attendee will be provided with a personal copy of any related documents prior to any meeting.
Windows shall be opened and ventilation/heating systems will be operated during any meeting if possible.
These policies will remain in effect until further notice.
Grange #927 Executive Committee March 24, 2020
Grange Contact For Information: Candy Maidens 541 643-3826
The Grange had a packed social hall for the January, 2020 Bingo Night. A lot of money was raised from bingo card purchases, raffle tickets, and a silent auction. The money will be used for scholarships, building maintenance, and support of community activities.
Pancake Supper at the Grange.
Sunday, February 23rd from 4 to 6 pm.
Join your neighbors and visit a bit.
You won’t have to cook or do dishes.
Yes, it’s free.
No, you don’t need to be a Grange member.
Saturday, January 18, 2020
IT’S COMING QUICK!!!
Dinner Provided (donations appreciated)
Visiting & Dinner starts at 6:00 p.m.
Bingo starts at 7:00 p.m.
There will be 10 Bingo Games played plus raffle prizes.
Kids play all 10 Games for just $2
Separate Prizes for Kids or check out movie night.
(Children may play on adult sheets for the big prizes if wanted)
Adult Games range from 50 cents for one game card
To packets of
1 card per game for $5,
2 cards per game for $10,
4 cards per game for $18 or
6 cards per game for $25
(The bigger the packet the better the deal)
Movie night for the little ones, $2 per child during Bingo. We are trying something new this year. Some little ones are just too small to play Bingo. Mom & Dad want to play hands free, here is your chance with no worries.
Be sure to bring a friend or two