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We invite you to become a Sons of Norway member and explore and celebrate Norwegian Cultural Heritage. Members include not only Norwegians and those of Norwegian descent, but many non-Norwegians who are interested in the culture and traditions of Norway and Scandinavia.
Adult members of Sons of Norway lodges are invited to participate in a wide variety of cultural activities, such as language lessons, dance, Rose Maling, wood carving, cooking & baking, music, Hardanger, history and the Men's Chorus and Ladie's Chorus.
Members also enjoy many traditional American activities such as meat raffle, birthday potluck and pinochle nights. Live music echos through our halls for dancing and social events. See our calender for dates and times.
Lodge meetings, educational programs, socials, community events and newsletters provide opportunities to enjoy and become familiar with other members on cultural, educational and humanitarian levels. Adult members receive the Viking Magazine, monthly, with interesting articles on history, modern Norway, cooking, and news from Lodges.
Heritage Members are children and grandchildren, 15 years and under of Sons of Norway members. They do not pay dues. The Viking for Kids, sent to Heritage Members quarterly, offers a Pen Pals Club, language lessons and other interesting features.
Unge Venner, “Young Friends” are young adults, 16 through 23 years of age. If they are of lineal descent of a current member or reside in the same household as a Sons of Norway member, they are exempt from paying dues under the “Family Membership” program. Both dues exempt and dues paying Unge Venner can vote, hold office and serve as delegates to conventions.
Another benefit available to Sons of Norway members is a wide variety of financial products. Financial Benefits Counselors are often fellow Sons of Norway members who are located in your area and are available to assist you.
Join Us!! Becoming a member of Sons of Norway benefits its members and families while it preserves and promotes our Norwegian heritage.