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Buona Festa di San Giuseppe! Happy St. Joseph's Day!Today is the feast day of St. Joseph, patron saint of carpenters, fathers and the family, among others. This day is celebrated as Father’s Day in Italy and is one of the most important celebrations in the Italian American community, especially among Sicilian Americans (like in New Orleans) because it is believed that St. Joseph saved Sicily from famine in the Middle Ages. Tradition includes creating a "St. Joseph's Day Table" or an "Altar," where a statue of St. Joseph looks down on a table offering of candles, lilly flowers, and food including fava beans (prepared for good luck), breads (crumbs to represent the sawdust from carpentry), and citrus are placed upon the table. The tables are three levels to represent the Holy Trinity. People traditionally give food to the poor. St. Joseph’s Tables are more than simply altars of food. This ancient living tradition is an expression of charity, community, gratitude, and devotion.We hope you are enjoying some zeppole, the delicious deep fried dough balls today! And be sure to wish all the Josephs, Josephines, Giuseppes and Giuseppinas in your life a "Buon Onomastico!" #NIAF #ItalianAmerican #StJosephsDay #Festadisangiuseppe #Sangiuseppe #Sicilian #SicilianAmerican #Tradition #PatronSaint #FeastDay #Catholic #VivaSanGiuseppe ... See MoreSee Less

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Timeline photosCALLING ALL STUDENTS AND POTENTIAL APPLICANTS! Due to high demand, we have extended the deadline for our Sons of Italy Foundation scholarships! You now have until 11:59 pm on Sunday, March 5 to apply. Best of luck to all of those who applied, and for those who haven’t yet but are considering, we hope to receive your application soon!Apply here through Submittable: https://sonsofitalyfoundation.submittable.com/subm…;#OSDIA #SonsOfItaly #ItalianAmerican #ItalianPride #ItalianHeritage #ItaloAmericano #Italian #Italiano #Italy #Italia #ItalianRootsAmericanBranches #SIFFoundation #Scholarships ... See MoreSee Less

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Anyone can become a member of the Order Sons of Italy in America and a member of the Watertown Lodge.

Once enrolled every member receives access to the Member’s Lounge during normal business hours as well as a copy of a monthly newsletter.

The downstairs Member’s Lounge is open Monday – Wednesday and Friday from 6:00pm until 11:30pm. Only OSIA members are allowed to use the downstairs lounge.

Members in good standing may invite guests. Guests are limited to three visits per month, prior to enrolling as a Regular or Social Member.

Beverages served at the downstairs lounge include an assortment of domestic and imported beer (the coldest beer in Watertown!), wine, liqueurs, cocktails, Italian drinks and sodas – all at a discounted member rate.

Members LoungeFor entertainment there are large HD flat screen TVs, including an 80 inch LED TV, with access to most sport channels and RAI the Italian channel, a full-size regulation pool table, foosball/biliardino table, dart board, wireless Internet, Italian and American cards (for Tre Sette/Scopa/Briscola/ Gin/Scala 40/etc) and a full service kitchen.

The Member’s Lounge and entire building is a non-smoking facility.

More importantly as a fraternal Order, the lounge offers a place to relax and socialize with fellow members.

All members of the Watertown Lodge also receive National and State benefits, as mentioned below.

National Benefits:

Free print & online subscription to Italian America magazine, members-only access to the
National website, discounts on wireless products and services, travel, health & wellness
services, genealogy research, language instruction, insurance, culinary products and more.

For more information visit: www.osia.org

State Benefits:

Free subscription to the Sons of Italy News, discount on home, life and auto insurance and
preferred eligibility for Grand Lodge scholarships.

For more information visit: www.osiama.org or download the brochure on the right. 


Membership BrochureThere are 4 types of membership for the Order Sons of Italy in America.

Regular Members:

Men and women who can trace their, or their spouse’s Italian lineage. They can participate in meetings, vote and hold office.

Regular Membership is $80 annually.

Social Members:

Individuals who are not of Italian descent. They may vote at meetings, however they may not hold office.

Social Membership is $70 annually.

At-Large Members:

People who cannot attend meetings or who do not live near a lodge. They receive all OSIA State and National benefits. They may not vote or hold office.

At-Large Membership is $35 annually, to become an At-Large Member visit: www.osia.org

Junior Members:

Young adults between the ages of 10-18 who have the same benefits as Regular Members.



Become a member today and to be part of the largest Italian-America organization.

For more information contact us at 617-799-8819 or email us here.