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Masons are spiritual and moral men who choose to associate with groups of like-minded individuals for mutual benefit.

Ontario Freemasons celebrate 300 years with open house events June 3 2017

Goose and Gridiron Tavern in St. Paul's Churchyard, in London.

To celebrate locally, all lodges, including in Smiths Falls, Perth, Lanark, Merrickville and Kemptville will open its doors to the public on June 3.

St. Lawrence District Of the Grand Lodge of Canada in the province of Ontario has 17 lodges with approximately 1,000 members. There are also a number of concordant bodies emanating from Freemasonry, such as Shriners, Royal Arch Masonry, Scottish Rite Masonry, Knights Templar, and Eastern Star, to name a few.

Within this area, there are lodges in Kemptville (Mt. Zion #28), Burritt's Rapids (Merrickville #55), Spencerville (Nation #556), Smiths Falls (St. Francis #24), Lanark (Evergreen #209), Perth (True Briton's #14), and Lombardy #504.

In celebration of the masons' Tricentennial Anniversary, visit a local lodge during the open house events.

Tour the lodge rooms, ask questions of the members, and learn about the many things the fraternity does for its members and communities.



❈ 1st Thursday of Every Month 2017 (except August)

596 Renforth Drive
Etobicoke, ON, M9C 3

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