A Little Bit of Norway in Santa Rosa
Located at 617 West Ninth Street, Norway Hall was built by the founding members of Freya Lodge, Sons of Norway. Our hall is set in a quiet neighborhood in West Santa Rosa and is a perfect venue for social gatherings, dinners, receptions, and musical events as well as business meetings and presentations. The lodge property also features a spacious grass back yard under the boughs of mature walnut trees.
The lodge hall is available for members to rent for day or evening use by calling our hall manager at (707)495-5808.
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The facility features a full kitchen with a generously sized prep table and pass through access from the kitchen to the hall floor.
The kitchen features three sinks, including a dedicated rinse sink with commercial type sprayer.
The lodge will seat up to 110 for dining and over 200 for assembly. We have both round tables which can seat up to eight, as seen here, and rectangular tables which can seat up to ten available and the main floor of the hall can be configured to meet any need. We have in house audio visual including sound system, LCD projector, DVD/CD and VHS playback available. Please inquire on these items as they are an additional charge for use. We also have DSL internet service along with a wireless network within the building to allow for live, on line meetings and presentations.
Another feature of our hall is a baby grand piano. This instrument is well maintained and tuned regularly and has received high praise from concert musicians who have played it.
To rent Norway Hall for day or evening use, or for more information about our facility, please call our hall manager at (707)495-5808.
Our hall is decorated in the Scandinavian manner with rich wood paneling and exposed timbers above the main hall. On the beams over the dining room is hand painted traditional Rosemaling, a folk art of Norway. It was painted by Terje Geir Lindahl Erikssen, F.R.S.A.
On the road between the homes of friends, grass does not grow.