Our lodge has around 400 members from the greater Washington D.C. metropolitan area. We are one of hundreds Sons of Norway lodges throughout the United States, Canada and Norway. Learn more about us.
The Sons of Norway Washington Lodge is back to holding events an meetings, but we are temporarily operating at Lodge 3-888 rather than Lodge 3-428. Members who have questions should refer to the April 5, 2013, email, or contact Bill DeRoche at firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments or questions.
3846 Meredith Drive, Fairfax, VA (directions)
Bring your potluck dishes by 6:45 so we can eat promptly at 7:00.
Norway’s decorative arts heritage employs symbols from the riches of ancient civilizations, Greek, Roman, and Viking. Tina Keune, a Vesterheim Gold Medalist in the art of Rosemaling and a 49-year member of this lodge is eager to illustrate and explain how the meanings in common shapes, colors, and numbers used in carvings, textiles, decorative painting, jewelry, and nature traveled to the Scandinavian countries bringing religious lessons to a major segment of the population who could not read. Read more.
Norwegian Language and Conversation Group
Lodge Reading Circle
Syttennde Mai Dinner/Dance
May 17, 2014, at 1:00 p.m., Carderock Park, Potomac, MD
View the Meetings & Events page for information on other upcoming lodge meetings and events.