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By districtadmin - Posted on 26 December 2009

Here is where you will find all the news from the lodges in the 14th district.

January LOI cancelled

By districtadmin - Posted on 03 January 2018

Due to the impending snow storm, the January Lodge of Instruction has been cancelled. See you in February!

300th Anniversary Dinner-Dance on October 14th - Ticket sales have ended!

By districtadmin - Posted on 20 June 2017

Bring your spouse, partner or friend for a night out of dinner and dancing at the 300th Anniversary Masonic Gala, hosted by the 14th, 15th North and 15th South Districts. It will be held on Saturday, October 14th, 7pm at the Crown Plaza, Rt. 9 East, Natick MA.Event is cocktail attire, black tie optional, and there will be refreshments available for purchase. Come join your Brothers and other friends for this fantastic evening which shouldn't be missed.

Multi-District bus trip to New York City - May 13th - CANCELLED

By districtadmin - Posted on 08 April 2017

I regret to inform you that this Saturday's (May 13th, 2017) bus trip to NYC has been cancelled. For those of you that purchased tickets we are working as quickly as we can to refund your payments, so please bear with us while we work out the process. If you have any questions, please reach out to your respective District Deputy.

Paul Revere research talk at Simonds lodge

By districtadmin - Posted on 29 March 2017

On April 11th. RW Elliot Chikofsky will host a talk regarding Paul Revere and if he minted Masonic money. Dinner will be at 6pm with lodge opening at 6:45pm. Contact Wor. Russ Edmondson at reservations.

Author David Brody to speak at Caleb Butler Lodge

By districtadmin - Posted on 29 March 2017

On April 10th, local Author David Brody will be speaking about local templar legends. There will be a dinner at 6pm for $15, lodge will open at 7:00pm and close at 7:30pm to allow for a public presentation to all in attendance. Reservations please contact Tim Goodrow at

Spring 2017 Fraternal Visit schedule updates

By districtadmin - Posted on 13 March 2017

Due to recent inclement weather, the following Fraternal visits were rescheduled. See below for the new dates.

Corinthian Lodge - Concord - April 10th, 2017

Simon W. Robinson Lodge - Lexington - May 8th, 2017

Simonds Lodge - Burlington - May 9th, 2017

The District Deputy will be received at 8pm.

2017 Annual Lobster Bake at Simon W. Robinson

By districtadmin - Posted on 13 January 2017

Come welcome in spring and beat those winter blues at our annual clam bake! Hawaiian Shirts, Entertainment, and Great Food; everything your summer clam bake would have, only in February! 

February 26th, 2017 12-5pm, Lexington Masonic Hall $30.00 Per Person (Please note price change)


Includes: Clam or Corn Chowder, Steamers w/Drawn Butter, Steamed Lobster** w/Drawn Butter, Steak Tips, Cole Slaw, Potato Salad, non-alcoholic beverage, and Dessert! (** Double Tips for those who do not wish to have Lobster) and more!


12:00 – Social

1:00 – Chowdah Time***

***Please note this is an “all day” eating event and there is no scheduled sit down time for the Lobster


Please R.S.V.P by: February 21, 2017 (no reservations will be accepted after this date) to Bro. Mark Shaw (978-930-4761)

Spring 2016 Fraternal visit schedule

By districtadmin - Posted on 12 January 2016

The Spring 2016 Fraternal Visit Schedule is now available. The District Deputy Grand Master is received at 8pm sharp, except where noted.


Lodge/Date Location

Monday February 8th 7:30pm

Corinthian Lodge

Simon W. Robinson Lodge

Caleb Butler Lodge

Ayer (Tri-Lodge)

Tuesday February 23rd

Frank W. Thompson Lodge

Joseph Warren-Soley Lodge

Lincoln (dual)

Tuesday March 8th

Simonds Lodge


Monday March 28th

Tahattawan Lodge


Wednesday April 14th

Washington Lodge


1st Annual Patriots Day Table Lodge @ Simon W. Robinson

By districtadmin - Posted on 08 March 2014

Simon W. Robinson will host it's 1st Annual Patriots Day Table Lodge on Saturday April 19th, 2014.

This will be a Lodge of Entered Apprentices and one for Table Instruction. All Brethren meeting those requirements are invited!

Lodge will open promptly at 7pm with Dinner and Table instruction to follow in Custance Hall.

Tickets will be $30 each and reservations are due no later than April 15th. For more information or to make your reservations contact Bro. Mike Daru, 617-947-2756,

Simon W. Robinson’s Annual “I Just Can’t Wait For Summer” Lobster Bake!

By corinthian - Posted on 04 February 2013

It is that time of year again…  Dust off your favorite Hawaiian shirt, flip flops and ball caps, it’s here!!!

Whether you like Lobster or not, this is the place to be  Sunday Feb. 17th 

Tickets are just $25 each (whether steak & lobster or double steak)

Drink and Door Prize Tickets @ the door.  For more information, or to place your order Contact Bro. John Nichols


Caleb Butler hosts St. Valentines Murder Mystery Dinner

By districtadmin - Posted on 08 December 2012

Caleb Butler lodge is hosting another murder mystery dinner event, the St. Valentines Day Murder Myster. The event will be held on February 16th, starting at 6pm. Tickets ar $25/pp and can be purchased by contacting Rick Dickson at 978-400-1100. There will also be a silent auction. The last murder mystery dinner was a lot of fun (just ask anyone who attended!), so you won't want to miss this one.

Lodge of Instruction Officer Training for October

By loi14 - Posted on 02 October 2011

Wor. Harold H. Sargent, Jr., receives the Daniel Carter Beard Masonic Scouter Award

By districtadmin - Posted on 03 February 2011

Wor. Hal Sargent was presented the Daniel Carter Beard Masonic Scouter Award at the January Communication of Frank W. Thompson Lodge for his dedication to both Scouting and Masonry.

Masonic Career Fair

By districtadmin - Posted on 22 November 2010

Begin Your Masonic Journey Today

Saturday February 26th, from 9:30am-1pm at the National Heritage Museum in Lexington, MA a Masonic Career Fair will be held for all recently raised Master Masons. Learn the different opportunities to become involved in your Lodge including its many committees, charities, and events. There are ways for every Brother to help their Lodge that can fit in your schedule. Speakers include those from Grand Lodge and throughout the jurisdiction. The event is presented by Team Guiding Principle of the 2010-2011 Masonic Leadership Institute class.

The event is free with coffee served in the morning and a light lunch to follow. This is also a great opportunity to tour the Museum after the event.

For more information and to register go to

Boston Masonic Walking Tour

By districtadmin - Posted on 25 October 2010

Saturday November 13th, at 10am Brother William Flamburis of Joseph Warren-soley
Lodge has organized a Masonic Freedom Trail Walk. The approximately 1.5 mile walk
will be lead and narrated by Massachusetts own Masonic History Buff, Graeme Marsden.

Those interested in attending should meet at 10am in the foyer of the Grand Lodge in
Boston where an abbreviated tour of the building will be given. After which the walking
tour will begin, ending at the famous Union Oyster House around 12pm.

There is NO CHARGE for the tour. Participants will however be responsible for the cost
of their own meal.

Please feel free to bring the family and make a day of it in Boston, enjoy some history,
good food and the great company of your brothers.

Grand Lodge is located at corner of Tremont & Boylston Streets.
There is parking available at a garage next to Grand Lodge or the near by underground
garage at Boston Common.

Those interested may contact Brother William Flamburis at

Summer BBQ at Joseph Warren-Soley

By districtadmin - Posted on 09 July 2010

Joseph Warren Soley Lodge invites you for a BBQ, catered by Red Bones of Somerville, MA. Read More for additional details and cost!

Saturday August 28th
Joseph Warren - Soley Lodge
Lincoln Road
Lincoln, MA

The Menu will include:  Red Bones famous Pulled Pork and Pulled Chicken
                       Baked Beans
                       Potato Salad
                       Garden Salad
                       Corn Bread

The cost is $10 per person (non-profit covers the cost of a meal).
Soft drinks will be provided.  Special preferences may be carried in.
Reservations are required and must be made by August 13th.
Payment must be made by August 20th.
Interested parties please contact Tom Hurley at: e-mail:
                                               Phone: 978-339-3050

Lawn games will be available: Horse shoes, ladder balls, etc…
If you have a favorite game you would like share please do.
Please bring the family and enjoy!

Masonic Bike Ride Helps Bedford Fire Department

By districtadmin - Posted on 09 July 2010

 To raise funds for his town's Fire Department, Gordon Huggins of Frank W. Thompson Lodge in Bedford completed a major bike ride throughout the 14th District.  

This ride was also to commemorate the 235th anniversary of the death of General and Dr. Joseph Warren at the Battle of Bunker Hill. 

Dr. Warren was Grand Master of Masons in Massachusetts at the time of his  death.  Brother Huggins began early on the morning of June 17 starting at the Caleb Butler lodge in Ayer.  He stopped at Tahattawan Lodge in Littleton, Joseph Warren-Soley lodge in Lincoln, Corinthian Lodge in Concord, Frank W. Thompson Lodge in Bedford, Simonds Lodge in Burlington, and Washington and Simon W. Robinson Lodges both in Lexington.  He paused long enough at each lodge building only long enough to take a picture of his bike parked out in front.  His journey was not without incident, however.  He did have to contend with one flat tire.  Thankfully, he carried a spare tube and after a quick repair he was on his way.

The funds raised will provide for the purchase of educational materials the Fire Department will use in conducting public safety educational programs.

Corinthian Lodge's Discovery make the news!

By districtadmin - Posted on 31 May 2010

WCVBTV Boston Channel 5 did a short piece on the recently discovered officers jewels, possibly made by Paul Revere, that the lodge recently unveiled. If you missed it, check out the video. The pieces are beautiful and our congratulations go to the lodge for uncovering this amazing piece of history.

50 Year Past Master Honored by DDGM

By districtadmin - Posted on 12 May 2010

The RW DDGM Ken Pfeiffer had the distinct pleasure of awarding Wor. Clark Paige with his 50 year Past Master's diploma on Monday, May 10th.

Clark Paige 50 yr past master award

Wor. Paige was master of Caleb Butler Lodge back in 1960 and continues to be active in the lodge, serving as lodge secretary for many years until just recently when we reliquished that post.

RW Pfeiffer stopped by the lodge unexpectedly, announcing himself at the door during the regular business meeting. In a bit of showmanship (and to hide his intent), he had all the past masters present come to the East and line up in order of seniority. He then thanked each man starting from the most junior and finally got to Clark exclaiming 'You're the last one standing, stay here because we have something for you..'. He then presented Clark with his diploma and thanked him for his years of service to the Masonic Fraternity.

Clark's son and grandson were in attendence, having known ahead of time of the presentation. Brian Paige expressed how proud everyone in the family was about the award. Wor. Clark then thanked the brethren assembled and was escorted once around the lodge to a standing ovation.

The 14th District goes New York!

By districtadmin - Posted on 21 April 2010

Manhattan Trip

The District road trip to New York city was held on April 17th. Above you can see the group as it stands outside of the Grand Lodge of New York, where the brethren had a tour while the ladies enjoyed the city. Afterwards everyone had time to visit the Big Apple before heading back to MA. A good time was had by all as evidenced by many Facebook posts that were observed during the day. Find a friend on Facebook from the 14th District to hear all about it.

Corinthian Lodge makes a historic discovery!

By corinthian - Posted on 13 April 2010

While working in the attic above the lodge room last year, Wor. Randall Oxley and Wor. John Ritchie made a great discovery... but didn't know it at the time.  Very recently we learned what was discovered and we are simply stunned... as you will be too.

Please join us on May 7th when we share our discovery with the public.  We will have a social gathering beginning at 5:30 pm with the unveiling ceremony to begin at 7:00 pm.  Dinner will follow, but is not required to attend the event.

Grand Lodge representatives will be present and we hope to have several authorities from the National Heritage Museum, Massachusetts Historical Society and the Paul Revere House present as well. The news outlets will also be present.

Don't miss your chance to witness history in the making!

If you plan to attend dinner, please RSVP at

St. Patrick's day comes early to Tahattawan

By districtadmin - Posted on 11 March 2010

Tahattawan lodge will be having it's annual Corned Beef and Cabbage dinner on Saturday March 13th. The event will be from 4pm to 7pm at the Littleton Masonic apartments. There is a suggested donation of $12 for adults, $10 for seniors and $6 for children. This is a very popular event for the lodge and last year sold out so get there early!

 More information at or call 978-486-3198

Joseph Warren Soley: An Enlightening Talk & Dinner Discussion

By jwsoley - Posted on 16 January 2010

Joseph Warren Soley presents an presentation “American Social Tensions & Freemasonry’s Transformations 1900-1930”
Speaker: Mark A. Tabbert
Director of Collections, George Washington National Memorial
Author of “American Freemasons: Three Centuries of Building Communities”
(if you want, bring a copy & get it autographed)

Grand Lodge of Massachusetts
Corinthian Hall (talk) & Banquet Room (dinner)
186 Tremont Street, Boston, MA
Talk starts at 5.00pm Tuesday January 26th, 2010 (no charge)
Questions from the audience 6.00-6.30pm
Further discussion over dinner at 6.30pm ($10, booking is essential)
Ends by 7.30pm, when the regular monthly Lodge Meeting starts
Men & Women interested in Freemasonry and our Nation’s history
Curious Non-Masons, Prospective Masons & Existing Masons
This promises to be a busy and energetic evening. For us to hold
you a place, you MUST confirm your name and phone number by
January 17th to the Lodge voicemail on 781 259 9228

Ladies at the Table dinner

By butler - Posted on 13 January 2010

Caleb Butler Lodge and Frank W. Thompson Lodge cordially invite you and your significant other to join us at a Ladies at the Table. This event will be held on February 20th, starting at 6pm at the Ayer Sportsman's Club. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased from Hal Sargent or Leo Kennen.

This event was well attended last year and is expected to be wonderful time this year again.