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Saturday, October 20, 2018

Andrew Hammer Speaking Tuesday in Indianapolis 10/23





Come join Lodge Vitruvian 767 for fellowship and scholarly discussion on the evening of Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018 AD, 6018 AL.


Following our stated meeting, we will repair to the Aristocrat's Oxford Room or our Festive Board. Our keynote speaker for the evening will be WB Andrew Hammer, Past Master [2010] of Virginia's Alexandria-Washington Lodge No. 22, A.F.& A.M, and renowned author of Observing the Craft.



7:00 – 8:00 PM Stated Meeting

Lodge Vitruvian No. 767 F&AM
Broad Ripple Masonic Temple
1716 Broad Ripple Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46220-2338


We are determined to complete our business in one hour, but please note that our annual election of officers will take place at this meeting. That has historically caused a delay.

8:30 -10:30 PM Festive Board

The Aristocrat - Oxford Room (upstairs)
5212 North College Avenue
Indianapolis, Indiana 46220

Each attendee will be responsible for the cost of his and their guest’s meal.

Chartered in 2002 by the Grand Lodge F&AM of Indiana, Lodge Vitruvian is Indiana's first 'European Concept' Masonic lodge. 
In the style of European Lodges, members are expected to dress in tuxedo for all Communications of the Lodge. Members also purchase their own regalia, (apron, collar, gloves, case), according to Lodge Vitruvian specifications.

Visitors dress should be tuxedo or business attire.

Visitors wishing to attend, please contact the Lodge Secretary, WM Adam Bauer HERE.

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