The mission of Sons of Norway is to promote and to preserve the heritage and culture of Norway,
to celebrate our relationship with other Nordic countries,
and provide quality insurance and financial products to our members.
Sons of Norway is the largest Norwegian organization outside of Norway, with over 57,000 members in nearly 400 lodges in the U.S., Canada, and Norway. A conscious effort is made to build on the past traditions of the
VELKOMMEN TIL STEIN FJELL WELCOME TO STEIN FJELL
If you have an interest in Scandinavia or Scandinavian culture, you are welcome to visit our lodge or a lodge near you. You need not be of Norwegian descent to visit or join.
Stein Fjell Lodge meets at NOON, usually on the FIRST Saturday of each month; no meetings in July and August. Meetings are subject to library calendar. Check before coming! Some meetings this year are on the second Saturday, or at a different location.
As we walk with our float in Loveland’s Corn Roast Parade on August 24 at 9:30 a.m. our Lodge will be honoring Nancy Dunn-Linsenmann, who started our participation in this parade. More detailed information will be coming in August. Please bring your kids and grandkids, and candy if you want. Wear red or blue if possible. We look forward to seeing you then!
Our next meeting will be: September 14, 2nd Sat., Scandinavian Cooking Event, Gertrude Scott Room, Loveland Library, 300 N. Adams Avenue.
Sons of Norway misjon er å fremme og
ivareta norske kulturtradisjoner,
feire vårt forhold til andre nordiske land,
og samtidig tilby de beste forsikrings og finansprodukter til våre medlemme.
while focusing on contemporary Norwegian-American lifestyles. Sons of Norway lodge activities encourage expression of Norwegian culture and community concern.
SAVE THE DATE: October 19 – Lutefisk Dinner – traditional Norwegian foods prepared and served by members and friends of the lodge; Butikken with Scandinavian gifts, and baked goods for sale. Faith Church, 2707 N. Wilson Avenue, Loveland