Sons of Italy Lodge #2594
765 SW Dalton Circle, Port Saint Lucie, Fl 34953
The Port Saint Lucie Sons of Italy Lodge #2594 is part of the Sons of Italy in
America. The oldest and largest international organization of Italian American men and women on the North American continent. We’ve have been an active part of the city of Port Saint Lucie’s community since 1987and with over 200 members we are continuing the work to promote our Italian heritage, culture and support the many charitable endeavors of our Lodge, the Grand Lodge of Florida and the National office in Washington, D.C.
On this site you’ll find many pages of interest for example:
Our Events: Provides not only information regarding our planned future events where both members and non members are welcome to attend, such as Dinner Dances, Night at the Races, Special Parties and much more. We have had Breakfast with Santa this past year and we host Charity Quarter Auctions on the first and third Wednesdays of each month with the proceeds going to the named Charity.
Calendar/Meetings: Provides a one month schedule of all planned events, Thursday Night Dinner Social (open to all with advance reservations) with music by our in-house DJ, Surgeons of Sound, and the planned menus, scheduled meetings and other events for that month
Hall rentals: Provides pictures and information regarding our beautiful Halls, available for rental by members and non members for all occasions. The Halls accommodate from 50 to 200 people and are available at reasonable and competitive prices.
About Us/History: Provides detailed information regarding our Lodge and the History of the ‘Order Sons of Italy in America’ and the many great things accomplished since it’s founding in 1905.
We hope you’ll enjoy our Website and the information we have provided.
We encourage all to join us at our fabulous FUNCTIONS/EVENTS and consider our Halls when holding your next important event.
We are very proud of our Heritage, Come and Join us!
You do not need to be Italian to join, just be willing to enjoy our rich culture.