Sunday, June 18, 2017

‘The Persecution of Freemasonry’

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For the first time in a long time, a brother Freemason will present a lecture on Freemasonry at Fraunces Tavern. (I think I was the last one to do so, and that was more than five years ago. Although that was upstairs in the museum.)

Bro. Christopher Maldanado, of Continental Lodge 287 in the Fifth Manhattan District, will discuss “The Persecution of Freemasonry in a Global and Historical Context” on Friday, July 7. Cocktails at six and the program will begin at seven o’clock.

Fraunces of course is located at 54 Pearl Street. Cost per person is only $65, which covers your dinner, wine/beer, soft drinks, and the gratuity.

The event is open to all Masons and to those interested in joining a Masonic lodge. Seating is limited, so your reservation is required no later than June 30. Click here to do that.

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