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Saturday, September 03, 2011
Masonic Walking Tour of Lower Manhattan 9/10/2011
The Brother Moses Montefiore Masonic Study Association has organized a Masonic walking tour of Lower Manhattan, on Saturday, September 10, 2011, at 10:00AM (rain or shine).
They will gather at St. Paul's Chapel at Broadway and Fulton Street. They will be finishing the event at Fraunces Tavern's historic bar and restaurant (drinks and meals are on your own).
Cost: $7.00/brother (payable to the Fraunces Tavern Museum)
It is suggested that brothers bring cameras an binoculars.
RSVP required to BrotherMontefiore@gmail.com
This event is open to all Freemasons of all ranks.
See the Facebook page here.
(Photo: The Level Club at 253 West 73rd Street, between Broadway and West End Avenues. Built as a private Masonic club just as the Depression hit, wiping out its finances. Now a carefully restored condo building. From Landmarkwest.org)