Sunday, August 21
“Symbols in the Wilderness: Early Masonic Survivals in Upstate New York” 01:00 PM
Where: Johnson Hall State Historic Site
Cost: Adults $4.00, Senior Citizens & Students $3.00, Children 12 & under Free
For more information please contact:
(518) 762 - 8712 | JohnsonHall@parks.ny.gov
August 2016 is the 250th anniversary of the first meeting held by St Patrick’s Masonic Lodge at Johnson Hall. Please join Joscelyn Godwin and Christian Goodwillie as they discuss early New York Freemasonry and the surviving examples of masonic architecture and symbolic art work.
An Open House, featuring an exhibit of the original jewels, minute book and charter of St Patrick’s Lodge, a book signing by the authors of their newly published book Symbols in the Wilderness: Early Masonic Survivals in Upstate New York, and light refreshments will follow the lecture.