Welcome to Carlsbad Elks Lodge #1558
We are located in Southeastern New Mexico,
the famous Carlsbad
Carlsbad Golf Course
New Mexico State University-Carlsbad
Waste Isolation Pilot Plant
Carlsbad Chamber of Commerce
Carlsbad Department of Development
Current Weather Conditions
Things to do in Carlsbad
Mexican Fiesta Tickets are still Available! Fiesta is Sept 10th.
Margarita Happy Hour 6:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Mexican Dinner 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Dance 8:00 p.m. – midnight
Music by “The Brendan Dawes Band”
At the Pool $20/person
He’s Back: Event Chairman PER Lonnie Smith
Tickets on Sale Now. Available at the Bar, Office or from any
officer. Only 400 Tickets available.
Labor Day Picnic
Monday, Sept. 5th
Pool Opens 10:00 a.m.
Lounge Opens 10:00 a.m.
Food Serving 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.
Burgers & Chips $5.00
Hot Dog & Chips $3.00
(Pool Closes for the Season 7:00 p.m.)
in the Club Rooms
We’re seeing it more and more: Members (and guests) acting inappropriately.
Some things that go on in other bars around town are not acceptable behavior in the Elks Lodge. Yes… the Elks Lodge… not the Elks Bar or dining room.
At the Elks Lodge we have club rooms: bar, dining room, casino, etc.
The jurisdiction extends into the parking lot…anywhere on our property.
We have rules. They govern appropriate attire in the building as well as member (and your guest’s) conduct. The House Rules simply state: “Conduct in the Club Rooms and Pool at all times be characterized by moderate behavior. Each member is responsible for his/her guest’s behavior.”
The Governing Board does not like to deal with “Members and Guests behaving badly”, but they will, have and will continue to do.
Give us a break. Think before you act and don’t let alcohol dictate your behavior. We’ll all be a lot better off.
If you cannot find your copy of the House Rules of the Carlsbad Elks Lodge, we keep them posted. If you need the info, the secretary Lodge Secretary will be happy to e-mail you the House Rules.
You may contact the Lodge Secretary at firstname.lastname@example.org
Reminder about ID Cards
Members, if you have not requested and received an Elks ID Card for your spouse, please do so.
The New Mexico Alcohol Beverage Control is making a “stink” about spouses being in the lodge without an ID Card, even if in the accompaniment of a spouse.
Get that done now. Next spring when membership cards are printed, it will already be in the system and it makes it a lot easier.