The Poulsbo lodge of the Sons of Norway (also known as Grieg Hall) is located on the waterfront in beautiful "Little Norway".
18891 Front Street
Poulsbo, Washington 98370
The Sons of Norway Fraternal Benefit Society was established in 1895 to preserve the best of the Norwegian heritage and culture.
The Sons of Norway has (as of December 31, 2005) over 60,000 members across the United States, Canada, and Norway who belong to over 400 locally-governed lodges. Through each lodge, members celebrate their Norwegian heritage in their own community.
The Poulsbo Lodge was formed on February 22, 1916 by thirty-six men of Norwegian descent. Nine women were admitted in 1923. In 1973, the Lodge opened its new Grieg Hall. The beautiful lodge is located on the Poulsbo waterfront with a panoramic view of Liberty Bay. With unobstructed views over Liberty Bay, the lodge has the feel of being on a Norwegian fjord.
The Lodge and its members belong to District #2 covering Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska. The Lodge holds a monthly business/cultural meeting; check the Maken newsletter for details.