grange coffee house Tuesday and thursday 9 to noon
closed week before christmas to the new year

Winter Farmers' market at norfield grange saturdays 10 to 2
closed Christmas and new years eve
Norfield Grange 146   
12 Goodhill Road  Weston, CT 06883    (203) 226-8233 

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Valentines Party

Thanks to Julia and Lisa the Valentines day party was a hit! Good food, decorations and Grangers made for a great night.

  

  
Bob won the raffle                                   Teddy and one of his "Tomatoes"

  
.                                                                                      Randy wins the baking contest                 

  

  

  

A great time Saturday in the snow.
Thanks to all who braved the unplowed roads to the Winter Farmers' Market, and a special thanks to Lulu Powers. Signed copies of her book are available at our Market and Lang's Pharmacy in Weston Center.




We had a visit from a couple of southington grangers saturday at the farmers' market.


 


left to right: Patty Boissonneault (Southington), Lyn Kimberly, Dennis Putala (Southington), Kareen Kanaga, Anna Kimberly, Ted Coley, Loretta Putala (Southington), and Roland Poirier.



the Holiday
Lobster raffle

Thanks to our good friends at
Pemaquid lobster & seafood





Winners of the Holiday
tree raffle
Pamela & peter Shaplin
Many Thanks to Deb giannelli owner of weston gardens, right down the street, who donated
a tree.




Enjoy a cup of coffee or hot chocolate with Patricia “Patty” Gay, assistant editor and reporter for The Weston Forum, this Thursday, Dec. 15, at the Norfield Grange. Ms. Gay will be on hand from 10 to 11 a.m. to discuss current events and issues, and hear your thoughts and suggestions.

BRING YOUR DIRT TO THE GRANGE
Patty Gay of the Weston Forum wants you to plant your ideas for future articles. Sow come on down to the Coffee House, she'll be there between 10 and 11 Thursday Dec. 15th. A great opportunity to find out "what's happening" and share your DIRT.

Patty married into a long line of Grangers. Try and get her mother in-law's famous apple pie recipe!
ST PATRICK'S DINNER
cOME CELEBRATE A LITTLE EARLY. CORNED BEEF AND CABBAGE, TUESDAY 3-13 AT 6:30.  BRING AN APPETIZER OR DESSERT AND SOMETHING TO DRINK.  A SHORT BUSINESS MEETING WILL BE HELD AT 6:00, PRECEDING DINNER.




Texting for Grangers. 
our new younger members couldn't understand the acronyms used by our older grangers. Hope this helps!

 

* ATD - At the Doctor's

* BFF - Best Friends Funeral
* BTW - Bring the Wheelchair
* BYOT - Bring Your Own Teeth
* CBM - Covered by Medicare
* CUATSC - See You at the Senior Center
* DWI - Driving While Incontinent
* FWBB - Friend with Beta Blockers
* FWIW - Forgot Where I Was
* FYI - Found Your Insulin
* GGPBL - Gotta Go, Pacemaker Battery Low
* GHA - Got Heartburn Again
* HGBM - Had Good Bowel Movement
* IMHO - Is My Hearing-Aid On?
* LMDO - Laughing My Dentures Out
* LOL - Living on Lipitor
* LWO - Lawrence Welk's On
* OMMR - On My Massage Recliner
* OMSG - Oh My! Sorry, Gas
* ROFL...CGU - Rolling on the Floor Laughing...Can't get Up!
* TOT - Texting on Toilet
* TTYL - Talk to You Louder
* WAITT - Who Am I Talking To?
* WTFA - Wet the Furniture Again
* WTP - Where're the Prunes
* WWNO - Walker Wheels Need Oil
Hope these help. GGLKI (Gotta Go, Laxative Kicking in!)



Coffee house at

the norfield grange
Tuesday and Thursday 9 to noon

Thursday sponsored by the weston forum- read the paper and have a cup of coffee

Donations benefit the grange scholarship fund


Another Wonderful day

 winter farmer's market

Saturdays 10 - 2













grange coffee house Tuesday and thursday 9 to noon
closed week before christmas to the new year

Winter Farmers' market at norfield grange saturdays 10 to 2
closed Christmas and new years eve


www.thehour.com  The Hour Publishing Company Sunday Dec. 2011




Another Wonderful day
outside in the sun!
 winter farmer's market

Saturdays 10 - 2






Coffee house at
the norfield grange
Tuesday and Thursday 9 to noon

Thursday sponsored by the weston forum- read the paper and have a cup of coffee

Donations benefit the grange scholarship fund


Wonderful day outside in the sun!
 winter farmer's market

Saturdays 10 - 2




Thanks Again to
The Weston forum  for great coverage of grange events





Great first day for the
winter farmer's market
Saturdays 10 - 2
even more vendors next weekend







Farmers Market Kickoff Dinner Pictures




Farmers Market Kickoff Dinner and Open House
Tuesday, November 8th @ 6:30 pm

Meet the farmers and  find out why you want to join the Grange

Farmer Steve is out getting the turkey

Gazy Brothers FARM IS busy growing the veggies




NEWS ALERT: Norfield Grange is open, has heat, power, coffee

The Norfield Grange at 12 Goodhill Road is open today, Tuesday, Nov. 1, as well as tommorow, Wednesday, Nov. 2, and Thursday, Nov. 3, from 9 to noon.

The grange has power and heat. All Weston residents are welcome to stop by and charge their cell phones and use WiFi for computers. Grange member Lyn Kimberly said "If you have a power strip bring it."

Coffee, tea and hot chocolate will be served.  If there is no school on Friday, the grange will also be open from 9 to noon.

"It's nice and warm here, we want our neighbors to have a nice spot to visit," Ms. Kimberly said.







Snow in October.............Hope the power is on for the Halloween Party tonight!
 
Heading over to see. check back in 15 min.

The Grange has power if anyone is going to show up for the party call us.  203-557-3339....Cheers.


Fair Slideshow
Thanks to Charlene 










Guess the Norfield Granger's Name?



Click the Picture for the answer



Lyn Awarding the John Twarda Grange Scholarship
at Weston High School 6-2-2011
$500




Celebrating the Spirit of America and
the Courage of the Brave Hearts on this Memorial Day

Norfield Grange's Parade Float




Grange Coffee Club Closed for the Summer
Will Reopen Tuesday Sept. 6th

Attention Artists
Show off your work at the Grange Coffee Club this fall.
Bring your easel and art Tuesday and Thursday 8-noon.
No additional charge.  




 

Holiday feast, bonfire and caroling
Over 60 brave souls (you never know what's going to happen at one of our meetings) ventured out to our December meeting.  Fantastic mix of new and old Grangers, and even some farmers. Good food, good music, good cheer, good fire, and great caroling.  Thanks to all who came.