Friday, May 20, 2016
I won’t be able to make it this year, but there’s no reason why you shouldn’t attend the Masonic Restoration Foundation’s symposium this August in North Carolina. A letter from MRF President Andrew Hammer yesterday advises against procrastination in registering for the weekend of events, and I share it here in the hope of nudging some of those who need to learn about the Observant model of Masonic lodge off the fence. I had the pleasure of attending the previous two symposia (even presenting a talk last year in Philadelphia), and I highly recommend the experience if you are committed to, or even just curious about, the Observant movement, which I believe advances the most beneficial suite of lodge practices today.
Now, I just have to persuade the MRF to come to New York City.
Anyway, here is Andrew’s note to those who attended last summer:
That time of year is here again. The Masonic Restoration Foundation will be having its Seventh Annual Symposium in Asheville, North Carolina from August 19-21, and I wanted to send out a special message reminding you to register early if you would like to attend. Please take note of the following points:
This year the registration is capped at 200, with a limit of 137 on the Harmony/Festive Board on Friday night.
Full registration is proceeding at twice the speed of last year, so early registration is the best way to guarantee your place at the event.
The Harmony on Friday night is now halfway booked, three months out from the event.
BOOK YOUR ROOMS NOW
Asheville, North Carolina is one of the prime tourist destinations in the South. We have secured a block of rooms at the Sheraton nearest the Temple. Don’t procrastinate in making your arrangements.
To find out everything you need to know about the Seventh Annual MRF Symposium, go here.
President, Masonic Restoration Foundation