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Sons of Norway Leif Erikson Lodge 2-001
- 2245 NW 57th St
Seattle, WA, 98107
Organized May 13, 1903, Sons of Norway Leif Erikson Lodge 2-001 makes its home in Ballard/Seattle Washington at Leif Erikson Hall. 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 activities and events throughout the year including…
17th of May celebrations – parade, programs, dancing
Annual Heritage Day and Bazaar
Heritage and language camps
Use of Trollhaugen Recreational Facility at Stampede Pass
Access to Norway Park on Lake McMurray
…and that’s not all. The lodge also participates in a wide variety of other social events. Sons of Norway lodge activities encourage expression of Norwegian culture and community concern.