Don't miss the March Member Meeting where we will have a special guest speaker.
Cameron Widmark, actor and student of Cornish College of the Arts, will share insights on the history and spiritual aspects of the ancient Rune language of the Vikings.
The evening starts with our Cultural Director guiding us on how to write our name in Rune (5-6pm), corn beef and cabbage for dinner (6pm) and the Rune presentation (7pm).
Thank you to all those how have volunteered to serve the Edmonds Lodge in 2020. It is exciting to see this great group leaders come together for the good of the Lodge. Please feel free to reach out to any of them if you would like to volunteer. There are a lot of fantastic opportunities for anyone who wants to get involved.
Lodge meeting same place, same time. Despite the road construction that caused us to cancel the January
meeting. The City has promised to make the venue more accessible for our meeting Wednesday evening (Feb
12th). The meeting is at the Masonic Center at 515 Dayton Ave, Edmonds at 4:30 pm for culture and social, 6
pm for meatloaf dinner (yum) and 7 pm for program and meeting. We are installing our new officers for the
year. Do come and support them. And we have a celebrity chef for the dinner, so don’t miss it. Since we are
recognizing both our new officers for the year and the 125th Anniversary of Sons of Norway, let’s make it
Norwegian Sweater night! Wear your best Norwegian sweater! And if you don’t have one, wear one that looks
like it maybe could come from Scandinavia. And wear a smile. You’ll look great!
Here is the photo booth pictures from our holiday party. We will have printed versions for you at the January dinner meeting. If you would like us to send them in the mail, you can email us at email@example.com.
Family Holiday Party at the Edmonds Lodge (515 Dayton St, Edmonds WA) at 1pm - 4pm on Saturday, December 7th. We will meet upstairs in the ballroom. There is a ramp available from the parking lot those who need it.
We will have special guest musicians and dancers from Barneleinkarringen of Greater Seattle.
Visits from the North Pole, a Photo Booth, holiday treats, AND so much more!
We had a great turnout for the breakfast on October 5th. It takes lots of effort and camaraderie to have a successful and fun event. Birgitta and Phil Ages of Folkvoice provided the music, and we had many volunteers helping with the cooking, cleaning and serving.
Plus three very well behaved dogs out on the steps of the Masonic Lodge hoping for a few pancakes to land their way.
Edmonds Lodge Members pitched in to help Andrew Baker build 40 blankets to be donated to the Evergreen Hospital's PICU as part of his Eagle Scout project.
When Donna Stewart decided to serve the loge as historian she said "I want our members to opt in to our history" and boy did they ever!