Masonic Con 2018
Saturday April 28th 2018
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Festive Board (Sold Out) begins at 6:00 PM
Information on the Festive Board can be found here
This year to help offset the cost, we are requesting a $5.00 donation per person (Children Free). This fee will help us get amazing speakers to Masonic Con 2018.
So, What is new this year?
As you saw above we are asking for a $5.00 donation this year to offset the costs, this event is not made as a fundraiser but the lodge can’t lose money either, which we are sure everyone understands. The Speakers will be in the Tower Lodge, which is now air conditioned. The lodge room will allow for more vendors and a smoother flow. We will be having a food truck or two out back for lunch. There will not be a Grotto or Tall Cedar Degree this year instead we will have a open festive board with the speakers. The festive board will be limited amounts of tickets. If you are coming in early and want to meet the speakers over a beer? We have an exclusive event for that here. If you are still around on Sunday, we will be taking out of State guests to Boston to look at some of the famous landmarks from the Revolutionary days.
Who else is coming?
2018 Speaker Line Up
Brother Nathan Tweedie ~ Otsego Lodge #138 Cooperstown, New York presents:
“The Craft in the Clubhouse: a Comparative Study of American Freemasonry and the National Game”
Worshipful Brother Ryan Flynn ~ Ancient York Lodge #89 Nashua, New Hampshire presents:
“Brunelleschi, and the Birth of the Modern Architect.”
Most Worshipful Peter Iacobucci ~ Roger Williams Lodge #32 East Providence, Rhode Island Presents:
“The Secret Life and Symbolism of the American Hobo”
“Who is performing your Masonic Funeral?” (a look at the future from the future of Freemasonry)
Worshipful Brother Alex Powers Gardner ~ Gardner Lodge #65 Gardner, Kansas Presents:
“A Fading Legacy, The Importance of Preserving our History”
Worshipful Brother Jon Ruark ~ The Patriot Lodge #1957 Fairfax, Virginia Presents:
“The Revelation: A Critical Analysis of Masonic Demographics”
Brother Angel Millar ~ Compact Lodge #402 New York City, New York Presents:
“Freemasonry, Anti-Masonry, and The Challenges of the Future.”
Brother Geeg Wiles ~ Lafayette-Greylock Lodge, North Adams, Massachusetts Presents:
“A Pirate’s Guide to Commandeer Life”
Three Great Minds come together to discuss Star Wars and Freemasonry
Right Worshipful Brother Robert Johnson ~ Waukegan Lodge #78 Waukegan, Illinois
Right Worshipful Brother Michael Jarzabek ~ Brigham Lodge, Ludlow, Massachusetts
Brother Greg Kaminsky ~ St. John’s Lodge, Boston Massachusetts
Confirmed Vendors Thus Far
Greg Kaminsky and the Occult of Personality Podcast
Maddigan’s Masonic Trinkets
Attleboro Masonic Museum
Hope Chapter #41 Order of the Eastern Star
Wonders in Wood
Laser Foto Worx
Lucky Star Antiques and Collectables
Brothers of the White Ash
Things To Know!
The Lodge building is Located at
71 North Main St.
Attleboro, MA 02703
Parking is free on Saturday here are the 3 Municipal Lots outlined in yellow. There is also street parking on Dean St and Hayward St. As well as another public lot at the intersection of Hodges st and Hayward, just off the bottom left of the map as indicated by the arrow.
Dress Code: This is an open to the public event, if you are a vendor please dress in the attire that best represents your table/group. Attendees are free to dress casual, or in any Masonic way they choose.
Accepted Forms of Payment Cash, Credit (through PayPal Card Reader),and Check can be used to purchase: Food, tickets for any Ezekiel Bates Lodge event, all other vendors are at their own discretion.
Food and Beverages This year Brother Jay Dahl and his food truck the Fork & Bibb will be handling the lunch rush!
Masonic Con 2018 Hotel Information If you are from out of town there is a decent Hotel a few miles away. Holiday Inn Express
Sunday Boston Tour: On Sunday, we will be taking our out of state guests to Boston for a tour of some of the great Freemason/Revolutionary War sites, such as the Green Dragon, The old State House, Paul Reveres House and maybe even the Bunker Hill Monument.