The History of The Masonic Lodge
Tuesday November 24, 2020  7:30pm - 9pm (1 Hour 30 Minutes)

Kings Historical Society Monthly Meeting plus The History of The Masonic Lodge in Kentville.
With Sandy Buchan.
Limited Seating. Reserve your seat. Masks required.
Also on ZOOM – contact the museum for the link.
It all started in 1869 with a growing population, a railway station, and a group of like-minded men with a vision to make their community the best it could be. 150 Years later, the Kentville Lodge continues to meet, and participate in local events and philanthropic pursuits.
This talk attempts to draw back the curtain and offer a glimpse into the story and symbolism behind this historic and fascinating organization. Join us on this journey of exploration to learn how modern masons maintain a solid foundation built on past tradition while trying to thrive and continue their good works in a rapidly changing and challenging modern world.


Other Events at Kings County Museum
Fri Nov 27  10am
POSTPONED Seven Sacred Teachings
Sat Nov 28  10am
POSTPONED Seven Sacred Teachings
Kings County Museum 902-678-6237 37 Cornwallis Street Kentville, Nova Scotia B4N 2E2