Welcome to Silver Star Parlor #63
Native Sons of the Golden West (NSGW)
The Native Sons is the oldest active club in Lincoln. The parlor was formed in 1885 and it's first meeting was
held in the IOOF building on 5th street, now Beermans Restaurant. The NSGW is very active in the
community. Each July 4th the club hosts a community pancake breakfast. The club sponsored several all class reunions. The
club is also responsible for placing historical markers on points of historic interest.
The Native Sons of the Golden West (NSGW) is dedicated to preserving and promoting California History.
The NSGW meet the third Thursday of the month at 7:00 P.M. At meetings we plan club projects, conduct
business, have a short historical presentation and then have relaxed conversation and
We keep our meetings light and fun. Come visit a meeting. We're looking for new members.
Native Sons All Class Reunion/Homecoming
Grand Homecoming Reunion Celebration 2013
Graduates and Community Welcome
Saturday, August 24, 2013 * 5pm To 10pm
McBean Park Pavilion
Native Sons Get New Home
The Native Sons have their monthly meeting the 3rd Thursday at 7:00pm. Meetings are now held on the second floor of
Beerman's restaurant. Come early if you are interested in joining.
Lincoln Area Archives Museum is open
The Lincoln Area Archives Museum contains a large collect of items and historic documents from Lincoln's past.
The museum is in the Old City Hall building on Beerman's Plaza.
640 5th Street
Lincoln Archives Photo Collection
The Native Sons have placed historic plaques on several of Lincoln's downtown buildings and the Manzanita
and Sheridan Cemetery. The next location to receive a plaque will be Fruitvale School.
McBean Park Grand Opening
McBean Park is one of Lincoln's proudest landmarks. Check out these great pictures of it's swimming
pools grand opening! full story