The family and the community are the foundations of the Grange. The Grange, built around the community, elects its own officers and runs its own programs. Grange business is open to the public and includes an educational, enriching, or engaging program designed to be enjoyable. In the spirit of friendship, we accomplish great things while having a great time. The Dartmouth Grange meets the first Tuesday of every month.
Grange meetings, activities and events always include a social aspect that has friendship as a cornerstone.
Traditional family values are promoted, taught and woven into Grange activities and programs. From individuals, to mom, dad and the kids, single parent households and grandparents raising their grandchildren, the Grange serves as a safe, family-friendly place to spend time.
Founding members determined that a fraternal organization would be best able to combine loyalty and democratic ideals to provide service to others. Today, some Granges conduct meetings with an emphasis on its traditional procedures more than others, but one basic feature is to open a meeting with a salute to the flag and a prayer. However, the Grange is nonsectarian.
Meeting dates may be subject to change. Please call to confirm.
Join us in meeting old friends and making new ones.