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Organized in 1899, the Cannon Grange No.152, has its roots in the rural and agricultural history of Wilton, Connecticut. It is a community based organization that seeks to provide community service, fellowship, and family activities. Click here to learn more about the Cannon Grange history.
Monthly meetings: All members of the Grange are welcome to semi-monthly meetings, held on the first and third Thursdays and begin at 7:00 PM, followed by light refreshments. Meetings include a short business meeting and educational program. Parking is available at the Cannondale Railroad Station Lot, diagonally across Cannon Road from the Grange Hall. Many special community interest programs happen throughout the year. A popular event is the Silent Movie Night with live piano accompaniment. The Grange Hall is handicapped-accessible. Grange membership is $35 per year for an individual. Click here to learn more and to get a membership application form.
Cannon Grange Agricultural Fair: Every August, Cannon Grange hosts an authentic agricultural fair that heartily recalls Wiltonís rural past. This is a true family-oriented event, with events and activities throughout the day for young and old to enjoy in a beautiful setting along the Norwalk River and in the historic Cannon Grange Hall. The 84th Annual Agricultural Fair is set for Sunday, August 28, 2016, 10 AM - 4 PM
"Like us" on Facebook.The Grange is located just east of Route 7 at 25 Cannon Road in Wilton, Connecticut (across from the Cannondale train station). The historic Cannon Grange Hall is the site of meetings and community programs sponsored by the Grange, especially the annual Grange Fair. Click here for directions. The Hall is also available to rent for singular occasions. Click here for rental details.
Click here for a brochure on Granges in Connecticut.