1st Thursday  Movie Night on Zoom

Odd Fellows Movie Night is an opportunity to gather with your lodge brothers and sisters, invite your friends and family and enjoy a great movie!

Email us at IOOFBallardAlki170@gmail.com or visit us on Facebook for the Zoom link

Social time at 7:00

Film at 7:30

We can't advertise the film under our screening license, but it will always be a classic.  We are exploring the themes of Friendship, Love and Truth.

Ballard Night Out 3rd Thursdays

Participatory art projects, movies, or presentations. Open to the public!

This Thursday:
Make Solstice Snowflakes from Paper Bags on Thursday December 15th 7-9pm at the Lodge

This is a FREE event.


But if you'd like to bring more supplies to share, here is what we'll be using: Bags, Scissors (any type), Hole Punch, Hot Glue Gun & Sticks, and Ribbon. Other embellishments are encouraged (but NO Glitter).

Young artists are encouraged accompanied by an adult conspirator.

How-to inspiration: https://sinnenrausch.at/2020/12/kreativ-adventskalender-9-zarte-sterne-aus-butterbrottueten-inkl-vorlagen

To learn more about the Winter Solstice Feast: https://www.facebook.com/events/3361996670785407

Facebook event info - https://www.facebook.com/events/1468423176977556

Email us at IOOFBallardAlki170@gmail.com or visit us on Facebook  for the Zoom link
Social time at 7, Art starts at 7:30


Printable Application

 To apply for membership, click here and fill out the application.  You can email a pdf to us or print it out and drop it off/mail it to our lodge!

 Email: ioofballardalki170@gmail.com

Snail mail: 1706 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107 

“Every part of this soil is sacred in the estimation of my people. Every hillside, every valley, every plain and grove, has been hallowed by some sad or happy event in days long vanished.” ~ Chief Seattle,1854

Our historic building is housed on the ancestral lands of the Coast Salish Peoples, in particular the Duwamish Tribe. To all Coast Salish Peoples we say, "We see you, we respect your right to sovereignty and self-determination, and we are committed to being better listeners, learners, and in lifting indigenous voices."