Native Sons of the Golden West
Lincoln, California


 

4th of July Pancake Breakfast
Start your Independence Day off right with a hearty pancake breakfast served by the Lincoln chapters of the Native Sons and Native Daughters of the Golden West.

The pancake breakfast will run from 7am to 10am at the Lincoln Veterans Memorial Hall, 541 5th Street in historic Lincoln. Consisting of pancakes, ham, eggs, orange juice and coffee - no one walks away hungry! Tickets are only $8.00 for adults, $5.00 for children ages 6-12, and children under age five eat free. Advance tickets are available for purchase at Sierra Hills Framing, 531 Lincoln Blvd in Lincoln, and tickets will be available at the door.

The Lincoln Veterans Memorial Hall is conveniently located in downtown Lincoln along the Independence Day Parade route. You can get your hearty breakfast, and then step out the front door to watch the parade which begins at 9am.

Funds from the pancake breakfast help the Native Sons and Daughters programs in Lincoln - including supporting the Lincoln Area Archives Museum, placing identification plaques on historic buildings, and providing scholarships for Lincoln High School graduating seniors.

For more information about the Pancake Breakfast or joining the Native Sons or Daughters of the Golden West - please call 916/645-1644.

Welcome to Silver Star Parlor #63
Native Sons of the Golden West (NSGW)
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. We meet at the Lincoln Area Archives Museum. The Museum is located at 640 5th Street.

The Native Sons is the oldest active club in Lincoln. The parlor was formed in 1885 and its 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.

At meetings we plan club projects, conduct business, have a short historical presentation and then have relaxed conversation and refreshments. 
We keep our meetings light and fun. Come visit a meeting. We're looking for new members.

 

Corn Hole Tournament
Come celebrate the Lincoln Independence Day Celebration’s Second Annual Corn Hole Tournament on Monday, July 4, 2016. Below are details about the Horseshoe Tournament. The tournament is held next to the Horseshoe Pits at McBean Park, 65 McBean Park Drive in downtown Lincoln, the fun starts with check-in at 11am, and the tournament starting at 12noon. This double elimination tournament is for singles as well as teams - 25 two-person teams maximum and 20 singles maximum, and the price is $20.00 per person, so be sure to register early. Cash and trophy awards will be presented for First Place in both teams and singles. Funds from the corn hole tournament help the Native Sons of the Golden West programs in Lincoln – including supporting the Lincoln Area Archives Museum, placing plaques on historic buildings, helping support the Independence Day Fireworks Fund, and providing scholarships for Lincoln High School graduating seniors. Be sure to register early by calling Phyllis Cox at 916/514-6784.
WHAT: 2nd Annual Lincoln Independence Day Celebration Corn Hole Tournament Singles and Teams of Two Welcome

WHEN: Monday, July 4, 2016, Check-in – 11am, Tournament – 12noon

WHERE: McBean Park (next to the horseshoe pits), 65 McBean Park Drive, Lincoln, CA 95648

WHY: Independence Day Fundraiser for Native Sons of the Golden West

PRICE: $20.00 per person

INFO: 916/514-6784 – Phyllis Cox

Horseshoe Tourament
Join the fun at the Lincoln 4th of July Celebration’s Fourth Annual Horseshoe Tournament on Monday, July 4, 2016. Held at the Horseshoe Pits at McBean Park, 65 McBean Park Drive in downtown Lincoln, the fun starts with registration and practice beginning at 11am, and the tournament starting at 12noon. This double elimination tournament consists of 20 two-person teams maximum, and the price is only $40.00 per team, so be sure to register early. Cash and trophy awards will be presented for First Place. Feel free to bring your own horseshoes. Funds from the horseshoe tournament help the Native Sons of the Golden West programs in Lincoln – including supporting the Lincoln Area Archives Museum, placing plaques on historic buildings, helping support the Independence Day Fireworks Fund, and providing scholarships for Lincoln High School graduating seniors. Register early by calling 916/645-1644 or stopping by Sierra Hills Framing, 531 Lincoln Blvd in historic downtown Lincoln, Monday thru Saturday, 10am to 5pm.

WHO: Native Sons of the Golden West – Lincoln Chapter

WHAT: 4th Annual Lincoln 4th of July Celebration Horseshoe Tournament

WHEN: Monday, July 4, 2016, Registration/Practice – 11am, Tournament – 12noon

WHERE: Horseshoe Pits, McBean Park, 65 McBean Park Drive, Lincoln, CA 95648

WHY: Independence Day Fundraiser for Native Sons of the Golden West

PRICE: Two-Person Team - $40.00

INFO: Tom Jones 916/645-1644

Native Sons Meet Monthly
The Native Sons have their monthly meeting the 3rd Thursday at 7:00pm. Meetings are held at Lincoln Area Archive Museum.. Come early if you are interested in joining.

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Historic Plaques
The Native Sons have placed historic plaques on several of Lincoln's downtown buildings and the Manzanita and Sheridan Cemetery.
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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

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