Welcome to the Fruitdale Grange #379

Who We Are

Founded in 1907, the Fruitdale Grange is located at the corner of Rogue River Highway and Parkdale Drive. Built on the Mormon Beet Factory site, you can still find rubble from the factory under the Grange Hall. The Hall itself has been revitalized and is a popular place in the Community to hold small to medium sized functions.

But as with any Grange, it not the Hall that makes a Grange, it’s the members. The Fruitdale Grange is always seeking individuals, families, and businesses that believe in working together to build a strong community and find the solutions to meet the needs of our community.

If you’d like to join our Grange, we’d like to meet you!

2022 Christmas Bazaar

It’s that time of year!

Here is a list of vendors at this year’s Christmas Bazaar

Whimsicans by Pauline – Sublimation Tumblers/T-shirts/Hoodies – Color Street – Arbonne – Goat milk lotions/products – Crochet & Macrame by Monica – 3 Gen Cree-ations (leather, metal, beaded goods) – Castleberry Handcrafted soy candles – Neolife – Aprons/Bags/Scarfs/Jewelry by Nancy Sickler – Kettle corn/freeze dried candy/painted rocks/jewelry/goats milk soap – Epicure – A Little Crafty signs – Knitting by Debbie Cooke – Applegate Valley Herb Co. – Crochet Animals by Caitlyn –  Steampunk Creations by Out of Time – Scentsy – Knitted Barbie & Doll Clothes – Stain Glass & Felted Art – Weaved Art – Farmhouse Repurposed Home Decor – Quality Vintage Tools – Discovery Toys – Inspired By Nature

BAZAAR BOOTHS ARE SOLD OUT

Christmas Bazaar Rental Application

Calendar of Events

If you are interested in renting Fruitdale Grange, please check the calendar for availability.  Use the Contact Us button to send your request.  Please include information about your event, time needed including setup and cleanup.    If you have questions on this, send us an email.

Grange Projects

THE 105 CLUB!

Our continual Community Service Project. 
Find out how you can help give shoes to kids in our community!

Supporters

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