Easygoing Pilates is a combination of Pilates, Yoga and Barre. The 3 have been combined here for a powerful yet impact free class for everyone.
* Pilates is a balance, movement and core strengthening program for all ages.
* Yoga is designed for flexibility and mindfulness.
* Barre is a ballet based workout with tiny movements designed to strengthen and tone the body.
The Instructor, Jackie Hesley, has been a fitness, dance, flexibility teacher and TV commercial choreographer in Los Angeles for 15 years, with over 30 years of experience in the field as a performer and dance coach.
Cost: Donation based ($10+ donation suggested).
Location: The spacious grand ballroom on the 2nd floor of the Historic Oddfellows Hall at the corner of Georgia and Marin Streets.
What to bring: A yoga mat and water
Every Saturday. Doors open at 9:15 AM. Get settled and ready to begin at 9:30
Saturday, April 20th, Doors open at 7:30, Film at 8PM
4/20 is on a Saturday this year, so how can we resist showing the film Reefer Madness? That is, Odd Fellows would like to take the opportunity, in this permissive era, to remind the community of the dangers of Marihuana! 😉
Sorry, our elevator is broken so the lodge isn’t wheelchair accessible right now.
Admission is by donation, and we’ll have a snack bar open.
Saturday, March 23, 2019 – Join us for the premiere of our monthly ODD Film Series.
Doors Open at 7:30
Film Starts at 8:00
About the film – M – 1931
When the police in a German city are unable to catch a child-murderer, other criminals join in the manhunt.
Writers: Thea von Harbou (script), Fritz Lang (script)
Stars: Peter Lorre, Ellen Widmann, Inge Landgut
German with English Subtitles
No admission. Popcorn, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages for sale. Auditorium seating in the Second Floor Grand Ballroom. Feel free to bring cushions or blankets to pad our folding metal chairs.
SORRY WE ARE NOT WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE YET. Donations toward our Elevator Fund are gratefully accepted.
Made in 1931, at the dawn of the sound era, “M” is a true spine-chiller. Beside it, almost all other movies about serial killers seem like child’s play. To explain the film’s central position, we need only note that Lang was the moviemaker from whom Alfred Hitchcock learned suspense and Luis Bunuel learned how to shock.
“M” was Lang’s first sound picture, and he was wise to use dialogue so sparingly. Many early talkies felt they had to talk all the time, but Lang allows his camera to prowl through the streets and dives, providing a rat’s-eye view. One of the film’s most spectacular shots is utterly silent, as the captured killer is dragged into a basement to be confronted by the city’s assembled criminals, and the camera shows their faces: hard, cold, closed, implacable.
Now being held in our ground floor storefront, the Decades Dance Parties return every second Friday. All profits go to the Lodge.
Coinciding with Art Walk – the inaugural Decades Dance Party comes to the Oddfellows Hall
Come join the Odd Fellows Lodge #43 for a taste of Cajun Country with a celebration of Mardi Gras and Cajun delights.
We’ll be serving up Gumbo, Jambalaya, salad, Cajun themed desserts, Honey Island Swamp Water, and a full bar. We’ll have live music provided by Annie Marie’s Fiddlaround Quartet for you to dance to, and all the fun you can handle. There will also be door prizes and raffles for really cool themed gifts and items.
Doors open with cocktails at the Odd Fellows’ Speakeasy starting at 5 p.m.
Dinner and Dancing starting at 6 p.m.
We’ll also be giving tours of a historic building in Vallejo – the145-year-old Odd Fellows Lodge Building. This is a fundraiser to help Vallejo Odd Fellows Lodge to keep this Vallejo City landmark functioning and set for the future.
This event is hosted by the members of the IOOF San Pablo Lodge #43 of Vallejo, CA. All rights reserved. The IOOF San Pablo Lodge #43 reserves the right to refuse admission or eject anyone that is not complying with safety or standard code of conduct rules adopted for the event. All instructions by Event Staff must be followed.
Pot Luck Social. Open to Everyone.
$5 – $10 suggested donation.
Free if you bring a dish!