San Juan Lodge #175 is privileged to have access to, and share responsibility for maintenance of the John S. McMillin Mausoleum, located on the premises of Roche Harbor Resort.
Each year on a Saturday in May, our lodge confers a Fellow Craft Degree at the Mausoleum. See our Calendar of Events for the date in 2014.
WHO ARE THE MASONS?
The Masonic Fraternity is the oldest Fraternity in the world. The Masonic Family as a whole includes Masons as well as organizations for their ladies, couples, and youth. The Free-Masons provide more than $2 million a day to charitable activities such as hospitals, youth scholarships, food banks and other avenues of support to those less fortunate than ourselves. Masons are always looking for "thinking men", men who wish to become better men and those who are interested in giving back to their community as well as self-improvement. We welcome any inquires concerning Masonry and remember this common but fundamental phrase (in short form) 2b1ask1
WHEN WE MEET
Our Stated Communications are conducted the first Wednesday of each month, with the exception of July and August. Meetings start at 7:30 pm, with dinner served prior to the meeting, between 6:00 and 7:30. Special Communications for the purpose of conferring degrees are held at other times during the months, with every attempt to be made to update the Events Calendar of such occasions.
A couple of times each year, the pre-meeting dinners are open to Masons Ladies, in addition to other dinner events each year, including the Sweethearts Dinner, Past Masters Dinner, and Installation Banquet. Check the Events Calendar for scheduled dates.
Address: San Juan Masonic Lodge #175
P.O. Box 757
Friday Harbor, WA 98250
Location: Reed & Second Streets
Joshua Treleven (Worshipful Master)
(360) 472 -1376
Terry Lush (Secretary)
San Juan Lodge #175 is located in the heart of Friday Harbor, Washington. Our lodge, built in 1909, is located across the street from the San Juan County Courthouse and is just a couple blocks up from the Washington State Ferry landing.