Way back when it was first built in 1916, the Broomfield Crescent Grange was THE place to gather in the Broomfield area. And for its entire nearly 100 year history, people in the community have used this welcoming and enjoyable space to create, communicate, celebrate, educate, and even deliberate!
The Grange hall is conveniently located near US36 and 287, at 7901 West 120th Street. With lots of comfortable seating, a stage and projector screen, and a 30 foot by 40 foot dance floor, the Grange hall is easily adapted to wide variety of events and gatherings, big and small. (Unfortunately, the Grange hall is not wheelchair accessible at this time.) The hall is used for all sorts of events: book and history talks, plays, contra dances, film screenings, exchanges and markets, workshops, and the list goes on.
If you have an event you’ve been thinking to put on, or a club, band or dance group that needs some space, you’re invited to make an appointment to tour the Grange hall and see if it meets your needs. Go to www.crescentgrange.org for more details. Keep the history of Broomfield alive today!