Historical Normanna Hall was established in 1947 as the home lodge for The Everett Washington chapter of the Sons of Norway. Nordic heritage springs from the walls and from the hearts of our members. Cultural traditions are celebrated and welcomed from all corners of the community and the world.
The Lodge boasts two large stages, two kitchens, and two event rooms that hold up to 220 guests each, Normanna is the grand elegance that compliments any event. Our lounge carries a large variety of spirits and hosts weekly activities, while Everett's greatest dance floor exhibits ballroom splendor. Meeting rooms also available.
Sons of Norway District 2
Sons of Norway was organized as a fraternal benefit society by 18 Norwegian immigrants in Minneapolis, Minnesota, on January 16, 1895. The purposes and goals were to protect members and their families from financial hardships during times of sickness or death. This was gradually expanded to include the preservation of Norwegian heritage and culture in our society.
Sons of Norway is the largest Norwegian-American organization in the world, comprised of members in the United States, Canada and Norway. The organization provides opportunities for members to familiarize themselves with the culture and traditions of Norway through local lodge and district lodge activities and events. There are 411 Sons of Norway lodges organized into 8 districts. The districts are shown on the colored map on thelodges page. Current active adult and juvenile membership totals 68,328 as of December 31, 2008.
Dynamic District 2: There are 47 Sons of Norway lodges found in District 2, located in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska. Our oldest lodge, Leif Erikson Lodge No. 2-001 was organized in Seattle, Washington, on May 13, 1903 and continues today with a large active membership.