Grange Plant Sale

The Historic Londonderry Grange holds an annual Mother’s Day Flower Sale each May. Rain or shine, the sale is generally held the Saturday before Mother’s Day from 9 AM to 3 PM. In the event that rain does occur, the sale will be moved to inside the Grange Hall.

All proceeds from this benefit are used for repairs of the Grange Hall. Grange members will also be at the sale throughout the day to collect donations. Beautiful flowers and potted plants are available during the plant sale. Stop by the Grange and pick something up special for your mother!

The Londonderry Grange was organized on January 18, 1875 with 24 charter members. The cost is $20.00 a year to become a member of the Grange. The Grange 44 building is an historic structure and is on the States list of recognized historic structures. Granges are America’s Family Fraternity, and have long been, the strongest sustained organizational force working effectively towards attaining a good and full life for all citizens of rural America. The Grange organization was formed on December 4, 1867. In New Hampshire, the Grange was active in lobbying for a State Police Force. Agricultural Stations established by New Hampshire Granges evolved into what is today’s University System of New Hampshire.