Most Worshipful Harvey John Waugh, Grand Master
9th Masonic District

Right Worshipful Richard Haley                  
Tel. 978-394-8669

Masonic 9th District of Massachusetts

Philanthropic Lodge (1760)
Wor. Damien Johnson
62 Pleasant Street
Marblehead, MA 01945
3rd Tuesday     (
781) 631-8050

Mt. Carmel Lodge (1805)
Wor. Hans Schwartz
68 Market Street
Lynn, MA
2nd Monday  (781) 598-6764

Essex Lodge ( 1779)
Wor. Michael Guiffre
70 Washington Street
Salem, MA
1st Tuesday      (978) 745-6393
Jordan Lodge (1808)
Wor. Richard Davidson
70 Washington Street, 5th Floor
Salem, MA
3rd Wednesday  (978) 531-9600
Amity - Mosiac Lodge (1863)
Wor. Mark Lander
Corner Park & High Streets
Danvers, MA
2nd Thursday     (978) 774-9711
Golden Fleece Lodge (1865)
Wor. Matthew Appleton
68 Market Street
Lynn, MA
3rd Monday       (978) 598-6764
North Reading Lodge (1955)
Wor. Douglas Tenney
283 Park Street
North Reading, MA

3rd Monday          (978) 664-5131

9th District
Lodge of Instruction

4th Thursday of the month
(Except as noted)

September, Salem

October, Danvers

November, Lynn
(Change to Nov 17)

December, Marblehead
(Change to Dec 15))

January, Lynn

February, Lynn
March,  NRL

April, TBD

May, Danvers

June, Salem
9th Masonic District
District Wide Events ~ 2018
Indoor BBQ

Date: January 27, 2018
Time: 11:00 AM
30 High Street, Danvers, Danvers Masonic Temple

Entrance Wrist Bands are sold at your Lodge.
$10 for Adults. $5 Children under 12, $30 per Family

Invite your Friends and Family ~ Showcase Masonry

Contact your Lodge Rep for Wrist Bands
Amity Mosiac: David Stentiford   508-889-1553
Essex: Mark LeBeau   978-223-5504
Golden Fleece: Rich Knowlton  978-210-1329
Jordan: Dana Burke  781-858-4639
Mt. Carmel: Steve Turner    781-710-6999
N. Reading: Dan    978-509-4346
Philanthropic: Ed Marcy    617- 305- 0735

 9th Masonic Masons
join with our
Prince Hall Brothers

March in the Black Picnic Parade

Third Saturday in July
Salem Willows
10 - 11:30 AM

Parade starts at top of Fort Avenue (Meet and Greet is at 9:15 for those involved in parade).

Since 1885, Salem Willows Park has been the picnic’s annual location and has always included barbecues, volleyball games, dances and more.

This year, the musical entertainment on the Main Stage will feature the Dave Macklin Band, Purpose Music Group, and various other performers.

Children ages 5 to 14 can enjoy free face painting, arts and crafts and other hands-on activities.

And, of course, there will be food.There are grills galore and all you will smell is barbecue.