The Gold Trail Grange encourages families to band together to promote the economic and civic well-being of the community and agriculture.  We are committed to fostering education and promoting social events - including festive live music and dance - to help build community in the Coloma Lotus Valley. 
view of the Grange from Highway 49
All are welcome to our Potluck Socials on the fourth (sometimes third) Sunday of the month. They will resume on September 23 at 5:30pm.
Everyone is welcome. Bring a dish to share, and your own place setting if you can.

Business meetings are on the 2nd Wednesday of each month at 7pm. The next meeting is October 10.    

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Coloma-Lotus Mobility Plan Workshop

You’re invited to a community workshop for the Coloma-Lotus Mobility Plan! Join the El Dorado County Transportation Commission on Wednesday, October 3 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. to provide your thoughts and learn about the plan, which will work to improve traffic circulation in the Coloma-Lotus area for motorists, pedestrians, and bicyclists. For more information about the community workshop and to RSVP, please visit www.coloma-lotus-plan.eventbrite.com.

El Dorado Quilt Trail is at the Gold Trail Grange

Quilt panel
The Quilt Trail Project, part of the
El Dorado County Farm Trails,
has a panel at our Gold Trail Grange!
This is the "Star Shadow" quilt painted
 by Julie Castro.
Check it out when you come to our next event,
or drive northerly through Coloma.

Most of our  activities are in the Grange Hall at 319 Highway 49, in the center of Coloma.
Birthday party at the Gold Trail Grange
The hall, built in 1926 as a community gathering place, is a venue for a wide variety of presentations and forums. Groups and individuals may rent the building, which has hosted everything from exercise classes to wedding receptions, memorials and birthdays.

Each month the Gold Trail Grange has a business meeting and also sponsors community gatherings on a vast range of topics, from meteorites and native plants to League of Women Voters election information and Coloma history. Periodically, the Grange sponsors dances, with live music one of the attractions. The dances are part of a long-standing tradition; early-day Grange treasury reports enumerated expenses for food, orchestras and even floor wax. At one time the “Gold Pannies,” a can-can group made up of local women, entertained at fundraisers.

The market in action.The Grange is located along the beautiful South Fork of the American River that roars and meanders through the heart of the Coloma Lotus Valley, depending on the season.
 For more information, please contact us.