Sonoma #111 will NOT have a meeting in November, Please have safe travels and a Wonderful Thanksgiving, looking forward to seeing everyone at the Anniversary Dinner – December 1st and at our next meeting December 10th
Celebrating Another Successful Native Son Year
As a Native Sons parlor we work hard, contributing continually to our families and community throughout the year. Making sacrifices of our time to help others seems to never be questioned at Sonoma 111, all our parlor has to do is ask and it’s members step-up and do the job(s) required to make still yet another event successful.
Well, take the night off, come down and sit with your friends and fellow brothers and enjoy a wonderful evening of, good food, (that we don’t have to make or serve) wonderful friends, fun conversation, and a great Native Sons parlor
Where – Vintage House, 264 1st St. E, Sonoma, CA 95476.
When – December 1st
Time – 6:00 pm No Host Bar 7:00 pm Dinner is Served
Cost – $10 per person (only members in good standing may attend and invite one guest), or $50.00 for nonmembers
Seating – Is limited to the first 130 people. Reservation Deadline – November 28th 2015
What’s on the Menu
Prime Rib, Chicken Marsala, Ravioli, Salad, Roll and Desert
- This is our annual party and a time to reconnect and celebrate another successful Sonoma Parlor 111 year.
- Rose Catering will prepare our banquet so all our brothers can sit down and celebrate together.
- We will be honoring our 25, and 50 year pins as well as our 500 hour club members
Please Note: As every year we ask your consideration in making and keeping your reservation. The actual cost per person is over $50.00 (fifty dollars) and if you can’t make it, please let us know. Otherwise, you may be taking a spot from someone who would like to attend.
Please print the form below and send it in with your check for $10.00 per person to reserve your dinner.
Anniversary Dinner Registration Form
Sonoma Parlor 111
P.O. Box 111
Sonoma, Ca. 95476
For more information contact Dan Eraldi 707-996-2013 or email@example.com
Nicasio #183’s Annual Turkey Feed
Wednesday evening, November 7th,
Hermann Sons Hall, Petaluma.
Every year our Petaluma neighbor’s Nicasio parlor puts on one of the best Roasted Turkey feeds you could find, and every year Sonoma 111 brothers take advantage of their great hospitality. Come join us for a wonderful get-together.
- Price is $20.00 in advance $25.00 at the door.
- Reservation due by November 4th call Larry Schork 707-571-8177 or Kris Nelson 707- 332-2376
- Menu features roast turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, green beans, gravy, cranberry sauce, rolls and salad.
- No host beer and cocktails starting at 6 p.m.
- Buffet style dinner at 7, after which will be the very anticipated announcing of raffle ticket for a ton of door prizes.
4th of July Parade
Brothers – We love having as many of you walking with us as possible, please mark your calendar and spend the morning with your fellow Native Son Brothers caring the American flag. Named one of the ten best 4th of July celebrations in the country by Travel+Leisure Magazine & Yahoo News,
Sonoma’s parade is a tradition that brings the community together in celebration of all that makes Sonoma great.
The parade traverses the Plaza. After the parade, enjoy an old-fashioned carnival with food, drink and game booths run by Sonoma’s non-profit organizations. All proceeds raised from the celebration benefit Sonoma’s nonprofit community.
WHEN: July 4, 2018 @ 9:30 am – 10:30 am
WHERE: Sonoma Veterans Memorial Building Parking Lot 126 1st Street West
CONTACT: Dean Zellers – 707-337-9119
Marin and Sonoma Counties Native Daughters and Native Sons of the
Golden West 65th annual Meet Your Neighbor Breakfast
- When; Sunday April 8th
- Where; Petaluma Moose Hall 300 English Street, Petaluma.
- Time; Social hour at 9:30 a.m., followed by breakfast at 10 am.
- Cost; $20 per person, all inclusive.
RSVP by March 30th. Make check payable to
“NDGW District #11” and mail to Barbara Ish,
PO Box 4555 Petaluma, CA. 94955
phone (707) 763-3212.
New Years Eve Party.
December 31, 2017
937 Coombs st. Napa Ca. 94559
- Dinner tickets are $40.00 (No ticket sales at the door).
- No host Bar opens at 6:00 pm
- Dinner at 7:00 pm in the dinning hall.
- Your choice of salmon or prime rib includes desert, late night snacks and a glass of champagne to toast the New Year.
- Music by Ron Borelli Orchestra and DJ Kiwi from Monterey Parlor #75.
- Balloons and confetti drop at midnight from the ceiling of the big hall.
Raffle tickets are 7 for $5 and a Silent Auction with Great items
To purchase tickets or more information call – Lisa Adams at 707 481 4298
Join us for the Sonoma Parlor Annual “Surf and Turf” Dinner! You, your family, and friends are invited to a special event presented by the Native Sons Sonoma Parlor 111! Buy your tickets online here
Saturday, January 19th, 2019 for a special Rib Eye steak and Shrimp dinner sponsored by Sonoma Parlor 111.
Open Bar 6:00 pm
Dinner – 7:00 pm
Sonoma Veterans Memorial Building,
126 1st Street West, Sonoma, CA 95476
$45.00 per person
On the Menu;
Rib Eye steak, Jumbo Shrimp, Tossed Salad, Dinner Roll & Cheese Cake
(coffee and wine with dinner)
Train Wreck Junction
We will also have
Games – 50/50 Raffle – Silent Auction
All proceeds to benefit the
NSGW Sonoma Valley High School Scholarship Fund
Purchase your tickets at
Steiners Tavern, Eraldi’s or Town Square
The heart of the Gold Country is once again to be the setting for
the Annual ’49er Days Celebration March 3-5, 2017.
Throughout the weekend the Holiday Inn
will be the center of the activities.
Holiday Inn Express (Grass Valley)
121 Bank St, Grass Valley, CA 95945
Friday, March 3:
Festivities begin with a hospitality room “Meet and Greet” in the Holiday Inn Express in downtown Grass Valley.
Saturday March 4th:
Starts with a complimentary hot breakfast bar. Then it’s off to see the local sites and attractions. For the Native Sons there is a Grand Officer initiation beginning at 10 a.m. in the Grass Valley Veterans Memorial Building auditorium.
For the ladies there will possibly be a historical tour or simply downtown Grass Valley touring. The downtown area is a short walking distance from the Holiday Inn.
Following the initiation there will be luncheon in the Veterans Building Dining Room with a fare of pasties and salad. The lounge will be open for no-host liquid refreshment (no doubt Early Times will be included).
At 2:30 there’ll be a Grand Officer dedication with a yet-to-be-determined site—but with the vast historical resources in western Nevada County finding one shouldn’t be a problem.
At 6:00 the bar opens in the lounge at the Veterans Memorial Building. Dinner will be served at 7:00 in the dining room with a menu featuring barbecued pork, chicken or a vegetable plate, oven roasted potatoes and Caesar salad.
During the evening there’ll be a raffle, entertainment and recognition of visiting dignitaries—not necessarily in that order.
Sunday March 5th;
“Get Away Day” will start at 8 a.m. with complementary beverages in Hydraulic Parlor’s hospitality room. World-famous gin fizzes will be in the mix.
For information about the weekend contact Brother Gary Miller at firstname.lastname@example.org or at (530) 477-1533.