Friday, July 01, 2016

New Minnesota Masonic Heritage Center Now Open

Minnesota Masonic Charities has opened its brand spankin' new $22 million heritage center in Bloomington on the grounds of the Minnesota Masonic Home. The facility has a 443-seat auditorium, a lodge room, museum, library, conference space and a dining facility with a full catering kitchen.

Impressive new Masonic buildings are rarely erected these days. With a few notable exceptions, sadly, most new fraternal buildings anymore are little more than a pole barn shed in a cornfield. So it's a pleasure to see a Masonic organization building a new fraternal landmark with the kind of love, vision and detail that were the hallmarks of our predecessors. 

A 17 photo slide show can be seen HERE.

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