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Welcome to Olde#4

Franklin lodge is one of the oldest remaining Freemason lodges in the state of Vermont. Established in 1797 todays brothers continue to uphold the values and lessons established by our predecessors.

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Next Event

Dec 2018 Regular Communication
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142 N Main St.Saint Albans, VT 05478
Nov 2018 Regular Communication
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Events
142 N Main St.Saint Albans, VT 05478
Oct 2018 Regular Communication
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142 N Main St.Saint Albans, VT 05478
Sept 2018 Regular Communication
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142 N Main St.Saint Albans, VT 05478

Our Meetings

Regular Communication

First Wednesday, September-June
6:30 Dinner, 7:30 Meeting

Our regular communications are held at the Masonic Hall on North Main Street in Saint Albans, VT.

Annual Communication

First Wednesday Annually in April
5:30 Dinner, 6:30 Meeting

During our annual communication elections are held, annual reports presented, and awards are given.

To Be One, Ask One

We’re not on the hunt for new brothers to just fill our ranks. We’re looking for good men who want to better themselves just by being involved in a organization that’s existed for over 200 years.

If you want to be one, ask one.

Lots of Events

We’re not just a fraternity of meetings, we’re a group of brothers who want to have fun growing, collaborating, expoloring and more.

We hold lots of events throughout the year from bean hole dinners to family beach days and everything in between!

Lodge Brothers

Monthly Meetings

Great Lodge

Freemasonry is founded on the immutable laws of Truth and Justice and its grand object is to promote the happiness of the human race.

– George Washington

Freemasonry is an institution calculated to benefit mankind.

– Andrew Jackson

If a man empties his purse into his head, no man can take it away from him. An investment in knowledge always pays the best interest.

– Benjamin Franklin

To educate a person in th mind but not in morals is to educate a menace to society.

– Theodore Roosevelt