(20220831) USA: GL Kentucky: CL Lexington: Rubicon Masonic Society: W.B. John W. Bizzack Ph. D – Island Freemasonry – The Genesis and Preservation of Masonic Heritage
|Brethren and Friends,Please enjoy a reply of our most recent virtual Masonic education featuring Worshipful Brother John W. Bizzack, Ph.D., with an invigorating presentation and discussion of Island Freemasonry: The Genesis and Preservation of Masonic Heritage.
To watch the replay, go here.
One of John’s best selling Masonic books, Island Freemasonry, can be found on Amazon, or on his website: thecraftsman.org.
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Meetings begin promptly on the 4th Monday of every month at 7 pm Eastern.
DATE OF NEXT EDUCATION: Monday, September 26th at 7 pm Eastern.
PRESENTER: Brother Steve Pederson, from Lexington Lodge No. 1
TOPIC OF PRESENTATION: Classical Music and Freemasonry
Information for accessing this meeting will be sent via email, on the morning of the meeting date.
To watch Rubicon’s Documentary, “The Masonic Table – The Art of Dining In Freemasonry,” on Amazon Prime, go here:
About the documentary: Freemasonry is the world’s oldest and largest fraternity for Men, organized in 1717. Historically, dining and Freemasonry have been inseparable, and the Masonic banquet was an essential part of any assemblage of brothers. This documentary demonstrates the pleasing elegance of fraternal bonding, as brothers near and far gather together outside of the Masonic lodge for a memorable dining event.
For a behind-the-scenes look at the production of this documentary, visit TheMasonicTable.com.
Rubicon Masonic Society, William O. Ware Lodge of Research, and Lexington Lodge No. 1 are committed to offering a quality experience to all who attend our virtual meetings.
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Brian T. Evans Jr., PM
The Rubicon Masonic Society