All Scottish Rite Masons, Masons and non-masons are encouraged to join us for this historic first meeting of the Valley of Charles County. Those who chose to join the Valley will be a charted member and part of history. Families and those that are interested in Masonry are invited to attend.
Come join us to celebrate the day everyone is Irish (Except the WM)! Come out and enjoy some fellowship and listen to St Columba’s band Eastward!! This is a BYOB and pot luck party so let’s show off those Irish recipes! We will be supplying the corned beef brisket and cabbage, just bring the Irish sides.
This is a family event so bring the kids. This is open to masons and non-masons so all are welcome.
Please RSVP so we can have enough corned beef.
March 16th 2019
6:30:00 am - 3:30:00 pm
3800 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21218, USA
6:30am - Coffee & Donuts (Banquet Hall)
7:15am - Class Check-In (Banquet Hall)
8am - Opening Ceremonies
Confer 4th, 14th & 18th Degrees
Noon - Lunch $5.00 per person
12:45pm - Reconvene in Auditorium
Confer 30th & 32nd Degrees
3:45pm - Closing Ceremonies
6:30pm - Holiday Dinner / potluck with the families and at 7:30pm we will be Passing Brother Smith and Bro Smith to the 2nd degree. Also, we will be having a dirty santa gift swap ($20 wrapped gift). Hopefully, Santa will show up for the little ones during dinner as usual. It's good to know that ole St Nick is a Master Mason (He is a traveling man).
This is our yearly visit to the Maryland Masonic Homes and all Officers are required to attend and we highly recommend all Brothers attend this event to support the residents of Bonnie Blink. Afterwards, we will have dinner together before heading back to SOMD.
The Most Worshipful Grand Master of Maryland Mason's, Kostas Vourvoulas will be attending the Job's Daughters meeting and all Mason's of St Columba Lodge at requested to be at this event to support the youth group. This will be one of the last events that GM Vourvoulas will be attending as the outgoing GM so let's give him a great send off and show him how strong St Columba is today.