Nashua Masonic Open House, Saturday 10/21, 9a-3p

Posted on October 6, 2017 by Chris Busby No Comments

The Nashua-area community is cordially invited to join the Nashua Masonic Bodies at the Masonic Building, 196 Main Street in Downtown Nashua, NH (elevator at 200A Main Street) on Saturday, October 21, 2017 to learn about the history and tenets of Freemasonry and its affiliated bodes.

All New Hampshire Masonic Lodges will be open on October 21, 2017 from 9 AM – 3 PM as a part of the Grand Lodge of New Hampshire’s NH Statewide Masonic Open House.

Tours of the building will be conducted and members will be available to answer questions throughout the day.

Members of our appendent and affiliated bodies will also be represented, including Pilgrim Chapter No. 55, Order of the Eastern Star and Nashua Assembly No. 9, International Order of the Rainbow for Girls.

All are welcome!

We are located at 200A Main Street, Nashua, NH. Take the elevator to the 3rd floor. A map of the Masonic Building is here: https://www.google.com/maps/place/200A+Main+St,+Nashua,+NH+03060/@42.7599646,-71.4668695,17z/

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About Freemasonry
Freemasonry is the world’s oldest Fraternity with documented origins dating back to “Operative” guilds of Masons in Europe in the late 16th Century. Through its tenets of Brotherly Love, Relief, and Truth, Freemasonry provides men a framework upon which to improve themselves and their world. Freemasonry is not a religion, but requires its members to have a belief in a Supreme Being and attracts men of many faiths and walks of life.
About Freemasonry in Nashua
Freemasonry has a nearly 200-year history in Nashua, New Hampshire with its Lodges being some of the longest continuing operating organizations in the city. Nashua’s first Masonic Lodge was Rising Sun Lodge No. 39 Free & Accepted Masons, chartered in 1822. Its second Lodge, Ancient York Lodge No. 89 Free & Accepted Masons, was chartered in 1871. The current Masonic building, referred to as a “Temple”, was completed in 1891 and is one of the oldest and most historic buildings on Main Street.

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