National Grange Events

Listed below are event planned by the National Grange.
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April 2015 is going to be a great month to celebrate the Grange. I hope that each member is getting excited about how we can share our great organization with people in our community.

You might hold an open house or a reception for your community; invite friends and acquaintances to a breakfast, tea or dinner. Perhaps your Grange will carry out a special project or recognize outstanding achievement to commemorate Grange month.

Read More and download Grange Month Materials

Regional conferences will be held in six regions of the nation. The regional conferences will include workshops which youth and young adults and older Junior Grangers will be able to utilized in their own states and communities.

Public speaking and Sign-a-Song competitions will be held at each regional conference. Public speaking and sign song competitions will be held at the regional conference. Regional conferences will help Youth and Young Adults develop needed life skills. Non-Grange youth are invited to participate in the regional conferences. These conferences are for everyone – age is unimportant, but your enthusiasm and love for the Grange is needed.

The six regions for 2015 are as follows: (Click on the links below for more information about these Youth Conferences.)

Eastern Regional Youth Conference Hosted by Ohio April 10 – 12, 2015

Great Plains Regional Youth Conference
Hosted by Colorado June 19 – 21, 2015

North Eastern Regional Youth Conference
Hosted by Rhode Island July 10 – 12, 2015

Midwest Regional Youth Conference
Hosted by Illinois July 17 – 19, 2015

Southeastern Regional Youth Conference
Hosted by Tennessee June 26 – 28, 2015

Western Regional Youth Conference
Hosted by Idaho July 31 – August 2, 2015

The 149th Annual Session of the National Grange will be held November 10th to 14th, 2015 in Lincoln Nebraska. The headquarters will be at the "The Cornhusker" 333 S 13th. Street, Lincoln Nebraska.

Each year, the National Grange holds a convention for the delegate body to set the policy agenda for the upcoming year and members to attain their Seventh Degree. Convention is open to the public for most events, however the Seventh Degree conferral ceremony and the opening of the convention are limited to only Grange members.

Convention consists of daily sessions, committee meetings, workshops, a store, and an idea fair exhibit, in which different Granges share programs that are successful in their state. The convention has daily Grange Youth activities each day, along with Junior Grange activities, and activities for non-delegates.