Official place of WASATCH LODGE No. 1 Salt Lake City Utah Freemasons MeetUp
An informal gathering of Utah Freemasons and Non-Freemasons alike to discuss Utah Freemasonry, Masonic Philosophy, Utah Freemason History, and Utah Masonic Lodge activities within Salt Lake City Utah in particular and in Utah in general. Also we will discuss the Scottish Rite Freemasons 32 Degree, the York Rite Knight Templars and the Shriners. Fezzes are cool. We welcome you to ask questions about Freemasonry. We expect you to ask questions of Freemasonry. Additionally this gives you the opportunity to meet the men the Utah Freemasons you may one day associate with. Further, this forum allows us the Utah Freemasons to better learn about you. This Salt Lake City Utah Freemasonry Meetup Group is officially sponsored by Wasatch Lodge No. 1, Salt Lake City Utah, St. Andrew's Lodge No. 34, meeting throughout Utah, Tintic Lodge No. 9, Eureka Utah. These Utah Masonic Lodges work under the authority of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Utah formed in 1872.
DISCLAIMER...BY JOINING THIS GOUP IT DOES NOT IMPLY THAT A MASON WILL SIGN YOUR PETITION OR POTENTIAL MEMBERSHIP IN A MASONIC LODGE IS GUARANTEED.
Thanks for stopping by and welcome to Wasatch Lodge Salt Lake City Utah Freemasons MeetUp
How do you meet a Mason in Utah?
Jason Varner our Worshipful Master has called an open house prior to our regular meeting. To be held at 6.15pm meet at the rear entrance of the building on 650 E. South Temple SLC. This open house is not like the big ones that we have done it is meant as a more intimate setting. Lasting only about an hour before our meeting for the seriously inquiring mind. If you get there about 6.00pm that would be great. Open to all future petitioners, partners or spouses... That's all. JL PM
Wasatch Lodge Regular Stated meeting. First Friday of each month except July and August
7.30 pm Colonial Room Salt Lake City Masonic Temple.
650 East South Temple Salt Lake City, Utah 84102
Normally tyled on Entered Apprentice Degree. Visitors welcomed dues cards examined by the Tyler.