PO Box 193, North Haven, CT. 06473 nhsdilodge2805@outlook.com



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Event Calendar

Saturday, February 12, 2022 Valentine’s Day Fried Dough Pizza Night LEARN MORE

Tuesday March 1, 2022, Potluck Supper Prior to Lodge Meeting

Saturday, March 19, 2022 Corned Beef & Cabbage Learn more!

Sunday, March 20, 2022 – Memorial Mass for Deceased Members of Our Lodge at 11am Mass at St Therese Church in North Haven.

How to Become a Member

New members are always welcome and wanted..
Come – attend some meetings – make new friends….

Keep our heritage going. To become a member of our Lodge is easy. If you are interested we recommend you attend a Lodge meeting. When you arrive come to the table and introduce yourself to any of the members sitting there. You will be able to fill out a membership application and pay the dues fee if you’re sure you want to join. Or you can sit in on the meeting and join at the next meeting. First time dues are $60.00 the first year, and $45.00 per year to renew yearly.
Our meetings are held at St Frances Cabrini Church. The meetings are always the 1st, Tuesday of the month. They begin at 7pm and are usually followed by coffee &–.
You can also fill out the contact us form for more details about our club.

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Our Mission

Our group seeks to perpetuate cultural identity and solidarity within the Italian American community and to propagate unity and cooperation among Italian Americans.  All events put on by the North Haven Sons & Daughters of Italy, Lodge 2805 are intended to embody the attributes of generosity and goodwill that define the Italian spirit.

While we maintain many of our Italian traditions, we are now an ethnically diverse family, striving to best use the vitality of our youth, the talents of our adults, and the wisdom of our senior members.

We feel that this Lodge will provide an important community service to the Town of North Haven and our surrounding communities.

Our Lodge’s mission is to sustain the social vitality and cultural vibrancy of the Italian American heritage, by strengthening family life, uplifting human services, binding together the diverse historical traditions of Italians, and honoring the legacy of Italian immigration to the United States.

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