Daughters of Norway
Celebrating Our Norwegian Heritage for over 100 Years!

Lodges & Map

Directions:  Place your cursor on the map.  Use the + and - to zoom in or out.  Zoom in - lodge pins will separate.  Zoom out to see an overview of the Daughters of Norway lodges. Click on a specific lodge pin for meeting details.  All active lodges have a link to their home page (located below the map).

  • 1905#1 Valkyrien, Seattle, Washington
  • 1907#2 Embla, Tacoma, Washington
  • 1907 – #3 Freya, Spokane, Washington - closed 6/20/1924
  • 1908 – #4 Anna Kolbjørnsdatter, San Francisco, California, closed in 1968*
  • 1909 – #5 Camilla Collett, Bellingham, Washington - closed 6/13/1919
  • 1910 – #6 Fylke, Portland, Oregon - 5/1/1926
  • 1910#7 Stjernen, Astoria, Oregon
  • 1910 – #8 Solveig, Eureka, California - closed 9/12/1927
  • 1910 – #9 Ragna, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho - closed by 1942
  • 1910 – #10 Breidablik, Ballard, Washington, closed 12/31/2003
  • 1911 – #11 Eva Nansen, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada - closed 6/4/1920
  • 1912 – #12 Thelma, Hoquiam, Washington - closed 6/19/1919
  • 1912 – #13 No Lodge was established because everyone felt it was an unlucky number
  • 1912 – #14 Helga, Aberdeen, Washington - closed 6/9/1916
  • 1912 – #15 Aase, Los Angeles, California - closed 6/13/1919
  • 1912 – #16 Thyra, South Bend, Washington - closed 1931
  • 1913 – #17 Norrøna, Anacortes, Washington - closed 6/13/1919
  • 1913 – #18 Gjøa, Oakland, California - closed 6/30/2001
  • 1913 – #19 Nordlys, Great Falls, Montana - closed 2/28/1925
  • 1913#20 Solheim, Butte, Montana
  • 1913 – #21 Soglimt, Anaconda, Montana - closed 6/8/1923
  • 1913 – #22 Sæterjenten, New Westminister, British Columbia - closed 6/13/1919
  • 1913 – #23 Freya Nordstjernen, Petersburg, Alaska - closed in 1950's
  • 1914 – #24 Freya Ingeborg, Stanwood, Washington - closed 5/17/1927
  • 1923 – #25 Camilla Collett, Silvana, Washington - closed 12/31/1995
  • 1931#26 Thelma, Everett, Washington
  • 1934 – #27 Lyngblomsten, Aberdeen, Washington - closed in 1950s