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About Us

The North Pole Grange #6 began conducting Art Shows in 2007 to accommodate the desires of several local artists. These early shows became an instant success and the building originally known as the North Pole Grange Hall became known as the Grange Gallery. After 12 years of operating as a community service project of the North Pole Grange #6, several of the original artists and volunteers decided to make the Grange Gallery a permanent part of the greater North Pole community and incorporated The North Pole Grange Gallery as a domestic Alaskan Non-Profit Corporation February 11th, 2021.

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Our Mission and Vision

Our organization’s primary mission is to preserve and operate an important building in our local community as well as preserve its history.

The building was constructed in the early 1960’s by North Pole Grange #6 as a meeting place and square dance hall to serve the local community.

The Grange is host to a number of different groups, including the new Third Friday Art Show that has started to bring over 100 people to North Pole each first Friday of the month.

The Grange provides an incubator for a number of community groups who would not otherwise have sufficient start-up resources.

The Grange is dedicated to bringing family oriented activities, agricultural education, and meeting space to North Pole.

History

  • Agriculture in Alaska and the Role of the Grange in Shaping the Division of Agriculture
  • Grange and State Grange History
  • North Pole Grange History and Building History
  • Grange Gallery and Studios from start till now

Studios and Workshops

If you’re interested in conducting a class or workshop, CLICK HERE to contact us.

Shows

Meet the Board

Tiffany Davis

Tiffany Davis

Director

Tiffany is a local artist .  She became involved with the Gallery early in 2022 and elected to the board in 2023.

Caitlin Poirrier

Caitlin Poirrier

Director

Caitlin has been active with the Grange and the Galley prior to the Gallery’s incorporation.  She was elected to the board in 2023.

John Poirrier

John Poirrier

Director

John has been active with the Grange and the Galley since its begining.  He was one of the three initial directors of the Gallery.