VELKOMMEN TIL STEIN FJELL

WELCOME TO STEIN FJELL

If you have an interest in Scandinavia or Scandinavian culture, you are most welcome to visit our lodge or a lodge near you. You need not be of Norwegian descent to visit or join. To find a lodge near you, under "About Us" tab on the Sons of Norway's website, go to Lodge Directory by Map, or else by Zip Code or City, State.

 

Stein Fjell Lodge meets on the second Saturday of each month -- except July and August -- at Zion Lutheran Church, 815 E 16th Street, Loveland. Our meetings include cultural programs and socializing while enjoying light refreshments. Posten is our newsletter and is published each month that we meet. You can visit us virtually on Facebook. We look forward to meeting you and spending an afternoon together!

MEETINGS 

March 9: Lodge Meeting, 12-2, Zion Church. The program will be "Finding Your Roots." Glenna Brissey will uncover the story of Niels Hermundsen Kvåle, who immigrated from Norway to Amerika in 1881. Niels' story begins with an old photograph which helps to reveal his history, and is a testament to the power of curiosity and the importance of preserving our past. Come and join us for an interesting afternoon! (Photo: A barque -- three-masted sailing ship, Wikipedia)

SCHOLARSHIPS: Be sure to visit the Scholarships page for information on the 2024 scholarships from Stein Fjell, Sons of Norway's District Six, and the Sons of Norway Foundation.

 

NORGE NÅ: The Royal Norwegian Embassy's newsletter covers the latest developments at the Embassy and in Norway. Click on the link to see previous editions. There also is a wealth of information available on the site (menu box, upper right corner) in addition to social media account links and how to become a subscriber. It is published biweekly.

SAVE THE DATE

April 1: Application Deadline for Stein Fjell Member-Nominated Scholarship and Commmunity Scholarship.

April 13: Lodge Meeting, 12-2, Zion Church. Mitch Utterback will present a program about his "Visit to Rjukan, 80 Years Later." The town is perhaps best known for the heavy water sabotage operations at the local Vemork hydroelectric power plant during World War II. Come and join us! (Photo: Vemork hydroeletric power plant, circa 1947, Rjukan, Norway, Wikipedia)

May 11: Lodge Meeting, 12-2, Zion Church. We will observe the Norwegian Constitution Day, Syttende Mai (17th May), with a potluck. Celebrate with us!