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Spokane Freemasons Blue Room

SPOKANE LODGE No. 34

FREE & ACCEPTED MASONS OF WASHINGTON

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Unless otherwise stated, events take place in our hall at 506 W. 2nd Ave.

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March. 19

Stated Communication

Refreshments are served at 6:30 p.m. and are open to the public. Our Stated Meeting begins at 7:30pm and is for members only

April. 16, 2024

Stated Communication

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Washington Masonic Services

Master's Message

March

But the Kings, Philosophers, and Statesmen, the wise and great and good who were admitted to the Mysteries, long postponed their ultimate self-destruction, and restrained the natural tendencies of the Priesthood. And accordingly Zosimus thought that the neglect of the Mysteries after Diocletian abdicated, was the chief cause of the decline of the Roman Empire.

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- Albert Pike, Morals and Dogma

Special Guests

March 19th

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Professor Mark Alfino

Mark Alfino teaches for the Philosophy Department at Gonzaga University. His teaching and research interests are broad, but tend to focus on two general problems: the nature of language and the nature of values. He joins us to give a lecture on reevaluating our modes political discourse.

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OUR SERVICES AS FREEMASONS

Freemasonry is an ancient global Fraternity dedicated to fostering and promoting in men every moral and social virtue. Spokane Lodge No. 34 has been serving the Inland Northwest since 1880. We continue to serve our community through various charitable organizations in the greater Spokane area.

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ABOUT OUR LODGE

Spokane Lodge No. 34 of Free and Accepted Masons of Washington is steeped in Masonic ceremony & tradition. Here you can learn about our lodge origins and history.

RECENT EVENTS

We are an active lodge which serves the Inland Northwest and Spokane area. Our activities include degree work, community service, and Masonic education.

BECOME A FREEMASON

The first step in becoming a member of our order is to inquire within. You can email us directly, or come to one of our stated meetings to discover what we're all about.

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