Our lodge events include stated lodge meetings, charitable fundraisers, community service, and many more activities. Although it's understood that our members have busy schedules, the more participants avalible for these events, the better we can serve.
Stated meetings occur on the third Tuesday of each month with the exception of July and August. Dinner precedes stated meetings, beginning at 6:30pm and meetings beginning at 7:30pm. All are welcome to attend dinner.
Below is a detailed list of upcoming and past events involving our lodge.
To be determined
"A Free Mason Composed of the Materials of his Lodge"
Credited to J. Coles, of Salem, MA
Spokane Lodge No. 34 hosts a number of special guests, from educators and philosophers, to artists and authors.
Here you will find our six-month agenda, which contains information on each visitor and program. Some events are open to the public, so contact us today for more information!
On May 16, the University High School Lirico Choir performed for the benefit of the Lodge, our guests, and the enrichment of our community.
On April 18th, Brother Jordan Sherwood delivered his proficiency for consideration by the Lodge, and his work was met with resounding applause. He shall be passed to the Degree of a Fellowcraft next month.
Pictured here is Jordan Sherwood and Lucas Walsh
On the evening of January 10th, 2023, Spokane Lodge No. 34 conducted the 143rd Installation of Officers. Worshipful Brother Lucas Walsh is now in the East as Spokane Lodge No. 34's Worshipful Master, along with the new Officer Line.
Brothers, family members, and friends of Spokane 34 got together and performed some community service at 2nd Harvest Spokane on August 30th, 2018.
For two hours we worked diligently as we sorted 9,375 pounds of food.
As always, it is a privilege to give back to our great community of Spokane, WA!
Pictured from left to right: Bro. Landry Smallfoot, WM Winfield Cline, Bro. Gary Ballantyne along with Mrs. Ballantyne, and PM Dan Lobb
We have moved! Spokane Lodge No. 34 has officially relocated to the new downtown Spokane Masonic Center located at 506 W. Second Ave. Brothers who wish to visit may do so during any of our stated meetings. Parking passes will be provided for the lot north of the building.
We are ever thankful for the folks at Audubon Park Lodge for their gracious hospitality while we utilized their lodge for the past few years.
Pictured here is the newly opened downtown Spokane Masonic Lodge
The Spokane Lodge No. 34 is proud to introduce Entered Apprentice, Brother James Moore. He was initiated into our great fraternity on March 13th, 2018.
Pictured: A newly initiated Brother James Moore stands with Spokane Lodge #34 Worshipful Master Winfield Cline