Northwestern Ontario Freemason

District Events

 

 

Current Events

Past Events

2022 Spring District Meeting (elections)

Saturday May 6th, 2023 1:00PM

Sioux Lookout Masonic Lodge 518

26 Second Ave N

Sioux Lookout, ON

P8T 1H2

2018 DDGM Orientation Committee Session:

May 6th at Dryden Ontario, Golden Star 484 Lodge

These Sessions are designed to deliver the most up to date information from Grand Lodge to the upcoming DDGM’s and District Secretaries who aspire to hold those high offices sometime in the future, whether its next year or ten years from now.

 

It has been at least 20 years since the DDGM Orientation Session has visited Western District.  This session is led by:

RW Bro. Jamie Ireland

DDGM Orientation Committee

2018 Spring District Meeting (elections)

April 21 2018 at Dryden Ontario, Golden Star 484 Lodge

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2017, Fall District Meeting:

September 30th 2017 at Dryden Ontario, Golden Star 484 Lodge

Lunch at 12:00, Meeting at 13:00

2017, Grand Master's Reception - M.W. Bro. John C. Green
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This year Western District will play host to Most Worshipful Brother John C. Green, Grand Master of the GRAND LODGE of A.F. & A.M. of CANADA in the Province of Ontario.  This visit is in conjunction with the 300th Anniversary of Freemasonry world wide (first recorded information about Freemasonry at the Goose and Gridiron pub in England in 1717)

2016, Keynote Speaker
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Dr. Frank Albo holds graduate degrees in Ancient Near Eastern languages (Toronto), Western Esotericism (Amsterdam), and the History of Art and Architecture, receiving his MPhl and PhD from the University of Cambridge. He was featured as the code-breaking protagonist in the best-selling book, The Hermetic Code (now in its fourth printing), and has lectured internationally on a broad range of subjects from the cosmology of Egyptian temples to the minimalism of Modern architecture. Dr. Albo has a unique ability to peel back conventional history to provide new vistas of thought that help us to re-imagine who we are and the communities to which we belong. Dr. Frank Albo is an Adjunct Professor of History University of Winnipeg.

www.frankalbo.com