Here are some of the upcoming Masonic events in the Cowichan Valley and in Nanaimo:
January 28 Job’s Daughters open Installation 1:30 pm Morpeth Lodge Nanaimo
February 1 Master Mason Degree at St Johns Lodge No. 21 7:30 pm
February 3 Grand Fraternal Ball in Nanaimo 5:30 pm $65
February 7 – Ashlar No. 3 Regular Meeting
February 8 St Johns No. 21 Regular Meeting
February 10Grand Master Official visit to District 27 Admiral Lodge(Dan has tickets)
February 12Chemainus Lodge No. 114 Regular Meeting
February 13Temple Lodge No. 33 Regular meeting
February 14Admiral Lodge Regular meeting
February 15Malahat No. 107 Regular meeting
February 27Grand Master Official visit to District 5 Doric Lodge
March 3rd Beer and Burger night, from 4-7 at the Timberlands Pub. Job’s Daughters fund raiser. Dinner includes a Burger with salad and fries, and your choice of a beer or wine for $20.(Dan has tickets)
March 08 DDGM Official visit to St Johns Lodge No. 21
March 17 DDGM Official visit to Malahat Lodge No. 107 (Saturday) Lodge tyles at 1:00 pm
March 24 District 27 Education day at Malahat Lodge No. 107 (Saturday) 10:30 am
We are asking that you pass this email or letter along to any Masonic Family Member to let them know about the Shrine Ceremonial. Through your help we will be able to get the word out.
There are Ceremonial events that are open to the Public and we are inviting all the Masonic Family to Participate in our Shrine Parade on Saturday May 19th starting at 10 AM (see our Cowichan Valley Shrine Club website for more details).
AND TO ALL MASONS, NOW IS THE TIME TO BE A SHRINER. CONTACT A SHRINER FOR MORE INFORMATION AND A PETITION.
Thank you for your help. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.
187 Kenneth Street was purchased in 1946 by Walter Maxwell Hudson, who converted it back into its original use as a bowling alley.
We have also heard that Walter Hudson owned a house on Cavell Street in Duncan and, each Christmas, placed lights in a tall tree on his property which overlooked downtown Duncan. We have been told that the Christmas lights on this tree were frequently photographed by we have not been able to locate any photos of it at this time.