298th Anniversary of Founding of the Grand Lodge of England
A traditional pub dinner, program, and toasts.
We will celebrate the founding of the 1st Grand Lodge at the "Goose and Gridiron Ale House", early Masonic documents, and the tradition of "Festive Board and Toasts".
Tuesday, June 23 is sold out!
We have a limited number of spaces available on Wednesday, June 24th.
If you would like to attend the celebration on Wednesday night, please contact the Scottish Rite office by 10:00 am Tuesday morning.
$20 per person ♦ Open to Master Masons Only
Seating is limited to 45 Reservations per night !
Bangers & Mash (Mashed Potatoes and Sausage)
Fish & Chips
Shepherds Pie (Lamb)
Guinness Pie (Beef)
Reservations, meal selection and advance payment required by June 23rd contact the Scottish Rite office (515-288-8927) email@example.com
This event will be host to some of the finest speakers and authors on Masonry in the country, and is well worth the time to attend. It is very rare for these speakers to be gathered in one location, and rarer still for them to come to the Midwest. This may be the opportunity of a lifetime. Please don't miss it!
Registration is $175.00 which covers the cost of all meals and materials. There are 3 wonderful Festive Boards planned with top notch menus at each and hors d'oeurves preceding them & two lunches. Hotel lodging will be on your own. The Doubletree is only a few blocks from the Scottish Rite, and there are other hotels nearby.
If you are unable to attend the entire Symposium, and only want to come and hear Ill Arturo de Hoyos or SGC Ronald A. Seale, 33° speak the Festive Boards with hors d'oeurves are $50 each, and lunches will be $30.
All events will be held at the Cedar Rapids Scottish Rite, located at 616 A Avenue NE. Attendance is limited to the first 200 registrants, so make your reservation today, before the last openings fill up.
You may register, and pay on-line through the Grand Lodge of Iowa webpage at: http://grandlodgeofiowa.org/
or call the Grand Lodge Office at: 319-365-1438