The Sons of Norway Fraternal Benefit Society was established in 1895 to preserve the best of Norwegian heritage and culture.
Over 60,000 members in the U.S., Canada and Norway 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 36 men of Norwegian descent. Nine women were admitted in 1923. In 1973, the lodge opened its building, Grieg Hall, its current location.
District 2 includes Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Alaska.
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.