Who are the Freemasons?
The Masonic Fraternity is one of the oldest Fraternities in the World; As such it borrows many symbols, tenets, and philosophies that endeavor to make good men better through their usages and allegorical explanations. The Masonic Family is not just for men as there are concordant organizations within the Fraternity for ladies (Order of Eastern Star, Job's Daughters) and boys/girls (Demolay, Rainbow Girls.) In America alone, Freemasons provide more than two million dollars a day towards charitable and philanthropic groups; Including Shrine Hospitals, Youth Scholarships, Food Banks and more. Providing Charity to those less fortunate than ourselves. Freemasons are always looking for "thinking men" or those kinds of men who wish to become better. Men who are interested in self-improvement. We welcome all inquires regarding Masonry, keeping in mind this common yet fundamental phrase for those interested in joining the ranks "2b1ask1."
When do we meet?
Sand Juan Lodge Masons meet on the first Wednesday of every month with the exception of July and August when we go "dark." Our meetings start at 7:30 pm, with dinner sometimes served beforehand at 6:00 pm. Special Communications for the purpose of conferring degrees are held at other times during the year with every attempt to be made in updating and keeping regular accounts with the Masonic events calendar regarding these dates and occasions.
A few times each year our dinners are open to the Masons' Ladies. These various dinner events might include the Valentine's Sweetheart Dinner, Past Master Dinner, Outdoor Degrees, and the Installation Day Banquet. Check out the Masonic events calendar on the "Contact Us" page to see the schedule of dates.