If you missed Home on the Grange this year, we're real sorry.
Don't let it happen again next year!
Thanks to all the 2015 Vendors!
Rabbit Brush Gallery * Cowboy Sweetheart Jewelry * Susan Barnes Photography
Irene Stoller Pottery * Bella Frida Mexican Folk Art * Pam Leland Art & Stationery
Amber Lights Beeswax Candles * Donlyn Whissen Watercolors
Blair Smallwood Rural Art Cards * Golliher Western Vintage Collectibles
Scavenger Designs * The Art of Cheese * Sunflower Art Studio
The Boulder/Longmont Farmers Markets
Treppeda Pizza * Smoke Shack BBQ * Kona Shaved Ice * Slawpy Barn
Thanks to all the musicians!
Dan Blegen * The Wallpaper House Band * The Blue Canyon Boys
The Stanleytones * Trouble T * High Plains Tradition
and Thanks to Boulder County 4-H!
for bringing live goats and bees!
Here are some pictures of HOTG 2015
Erika Moats, Altona Grange Member, and Boulder and Longmont Farmer's Market Finance Director, displayed beautiful Garden Gift Baskets from our local growers.
Bella Frida had a great offering of Mexican Folk Art and Clothing
Five different bands played and Rockin' Robin kept things lively as usual
Bill and Ellen Golliher had some fantastic Western Collectibles for sale
Touring the Vintage Trailers is always lots of fun
Kids love Cake Walks, who knew?
Kate Johnson demonstrated how easy it is to make cheese
This young 4-H member demonstrated the art of Beekeeping
The Buffalo Soldiers took us back to the late 1800's when the Grange was first started and taught us about the unique history of the regiment.
IT WAS A BRIGHT SUNNY DAY FOR THIS YEAR'S HOME ON THE GRANGE. WE ATE, WE DRANK, WE LISTENED TO MUSIC, WE LEARNED NEW SKILLS, WE PURCHASED LOCAL ARTWORK, WE KEPT TRYING TO WIN A CAKE!
THANKS TO EVERYONE WHO ATTENDED!
Here's some photos from last year
We all had a great time!
Humans and critters alike enjoyed this year's Home on the Grange! Folks could take an imaginary trip in a Model A rumble seat roadster.
Kids could get a feeling for riding in a covered wagon with a very well-behaved horse!
Bobby Kubik and his wife were our Blue Ribbon Winners in the Vintage Camper competition for their incredibly restored 1961 Shasta.
Boulder County 4-H members brought rabbits, sheep and goats for kids and parents to learn about.
Molly Midroy Dougherty displayed great "Scavenger Designs"
Our Silent Auction was our biggest money-maker!
Giddyup Kitty entertained everyone as they ate Smoke Shack BBQ or
pizza from Tony Laudisio's mobile brick oven. The Outdoor Stage went
from folk to traditional bluegrass, to country to rockabilly and wrapped
up the evening with mesmerizing original music from Jeff Brinkman and
If you missed HOTG, we're real sorry. Don't let it happen next year!