Rent our Nordic Hall
The Fritz Cornell Nordic Hall is available for rental to you or your organization.
The Nordic Hall is a 3200 sq. ft. building with an inside open area of 2050 sq. ft. It is located in a beautiful wooded setting located at 63 Jacobs Road, about one mile south of Coupeville just off Highway 20.
The Nordic Hall has been the home of Whidbey Island Nordic Lodge, an affiliate of Sons of Norway, since 2013, and is an ideal setting for family reunions, club meetings, wedding receptions, graduation receptions, educational classes, etc. Reservations for renting the Hall may be made up to one year in advance.
Ample Parking on both gravel surfaced and grassy areas
Lighted Parking is available for events occurring after dark
Beautiful wooded location with a large outdoor area
3200 sq. ft. Building with 2050 sq. ft. open area
Upholstered Chairs (100+)
Both round and oblong tables
8 X 16 Stage
Large, well appointed kitchen
Picnic area with a fire pit and picnic tables
Rental Application Information
If you are interested in renting the Nordic Hall and have questions before completing your application, please contact the Rental Coordinator at email@example.com or 949-441-1226.
(Note: This is new contact information as of 12/7/2022)
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The Rental Packet contents include:
All rental & deposit fees
Rental rules & regulations
Rental agreement conditions
Nordic Hall rental application
The hold harmless agreement
You will receive a response to your completed Rental Application
within 48 hours of its receipt by our Rental Coordinator.
Once your application is approved, you will be notified and provided with an invoice which will contain the rental fee for the hours needed. It will also indicate the fees for any additional charges incurred for requests of using the kitchen, the audio/visual system, and/or the dumpster. The refundable Damage/Cleaning deposit will also be indicated.
“The Scandinavians love the wider horizon, the salty air, and sometimes even the wild waves. The blood of adventure and freedom is still coursing in their veins”. - Rønning, N. N., Fifty Years in America