Information to Join
Join this vibrant cultural community! Receive the benefits of the monthly Viking Magazine, take advantage of events and tours, and explore the culture and history of Norway.
For information on membership, contact our Membership Secretary.
To join online on the Sons of Norway Membership page, click here.
Contact Member Services for online assistance:
1-800-945-8851 ext 643 or fraternal @ sofn . com
Effective January 1, 2018:
Individual Annual dues: $60.00
Family Annual dues: $95.00
Affiliate Annual dues: $14.00
Children through age 15 are free
Each household receives one (1) copy of the monthly Viking magazine.
Young adult members, ages 16 through 23, whose primary residence is with their parents, will be included under the family's rate. Those no longer living at home will pay the standard individual dues rate.
Affiliate Membership: Allows an individual to be a member of two or more lodges.
Existing Life Members and Golden Members will keep their status with the new discount formula, and Heritage Members are Free.
We invite you to be a part of our lodge.
Membership in the Sons of Norway provides you with an opportunity to appreciate the heritage and culture of Norway.
Membership at Sons of Norway
“Food and Fun for Everyone”
First-Class Special Events
At Fjellheim, we are widely known for our first-class special events including Frokost (a buffet breakfast with over 40 authentic Norwegian dishes to choose from), Lutefisk and Meatball Dinner serving over 300, Viking Fair Bazaar and Brunch, Scandinavian Christmas Tea with each table and the lodge decorated for the occasion, and a Family Christmas Party with great food and entertainment. We have a large lodge and a kitchen capable of serving over 200 per seating.
Opportunities for Good Times
At Fjellheim, we take every opportunity to have to a good time. Our 45th Anniversary Party was a gala event with a sit-down dinner.
We meet about 10 times a year to make lefse, 250 pieces each time. We read poetry by Ibsen. We watch Viking actors and play Norwegian Bingo. We go to Cripple Creek Melodrama as a group in August.
We study Norsk history and have a booth at the Scandinavian Midsummer Festival in Estes Park. In short, we do a lot of things Norwegian. We would love to have you join us.
Activities and Events
Our activities each month include a general meeting with an engaging cultural program, a large, tasty lunch and time for visiting and sharing stories.
We also have a monthly card social, a book club focused on Scandinavian literature, rosemaling classes, luncheons and dine-outs.
For the kids, our members participate in Barneløpet (a cross-country ski race), Syttende Mai (Norway’s main national holiday), a summer picnic, and a family Christmas party.