Tuesday, February 14, 2023

‘MRF in Tucson next month’

The sugar skull is a key
symbol of Tucson.
The Masonic Restoration Foundation will meet in Tucson, Arizona for its twelfth symposium next month, and registration is open now. (It usually is done in August, but I’ll guess Arizona is no place to be in August.)

I have attended a few of these, and I cannot urge you strongly enough to go. You will cherish the experience as one of your greatest Masonic memories. That’s Friday, March 31 through Sunday, April 2.

The talent awaiting you at the lectern in the Scottish Rite cathedral is unprecedented. Joining the familiar faces (Hammer, Craddock, Bizzack, Allen, et al.) will be new speakers voicing their views and experiences in the Observant Masonry movement. The keynote will be MW David Cameron, Past Grand Master of the Grand Lodge of Canada in the Province of Ontario (where there are three Observant lodges). Click here to be amazed at the roster of diverse presenters on the schedule.

UPDATE: From the Faceypage, February 24.

The weekend offers more. The Harmony on Friday night will leave your face flushed from the pleasure of true Masonic feast and fellowship.

Tickets are available for the complete event, and for the individual days. This is a blazing highlight on the Masonic calendar in America.

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