HOLIDAY BAR HOURS
Open: Weekdays 5:00 - 9:00 pm
Closed: Weekends, Dec 24th/ Dec 25th and January 1st
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AMERICANISM ESSAY CONTEST - CLICK ON FORMS TO DOWNLOAD AN ENTRY FORM AND RULES.
OPEN TO ALL 5TH - 8TH GRADERS IN MARIN COUNTY.
Deadline: December 19th!
The San Rafael Elks Lodge was founded in 1908, and is located at the Maple Lawn Estate at Mission and C Street, just steps from downtown San Rafael.
We are a lively and fun Lodge, with members ranging from age 24 to 95. We actively support many non-profit organizations in Marin County and Northern California, including the Marin County Office of Education, Blood Centers of the Pacific, Yountville Veterans Home and Santa Cop. Our members donate their time, money and skills to a variety of organizations to help make our community a better place to live and work.
The members of Lodge #1108 are proud supporters of the
Elks National Foundation and the California-Hawaii Elks Association Major Project. Our Lodge hosts a Girl Scout Troop, Cub Scout Troops, Boy Scout Troop #101, an Eagle Scout Troop, and Order of the Arrow Talako Lodge. We are also proud sponsors of San Rafael Little League and San Rafael Soccer. We promote drug education and awareness for youth, education and literacy in our schools, and the well-being of families in Marin.
Please note that our Lodge is a private club - it is not open to the public. If you are not a member and would like more information about membership, please email email@example.com. If you are not a member and would like more information about holding your private event at our facility, please email MapleLawnEvents@gmail.com.
To find out more about Elks, check out the What Are Elks? page on this site
You can find us on Facebook - just search for "San Rafael Elks Lodge".
Our facility is available for events year-round. Check the Facilities page for more information. You can also check out photos of past private events on Facebook - just search for "Maple Lawn San Rafael".