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Freemasons Victoria Open Day


Mon 12 Mar 2012, 10:00am–4:00pm

Where: Dallas Brooks Centre, 300 Albert Street, East Melbourne, Victoria

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Freemasonry is often associated with words such as ‘secrets’ and ‘funny hand-shakes’, but visitors to the Masonic Centre of Victoria Open Day will discover that there really are no secrets.

Visitors will also learn about the core values, aims and beliefs of Freemasonry and will gain a rare insight into Lodge workings and symbolism through presentations on the evolution and practices of Freemasonry.

The Open Day will have plenty of kids' activities including a jumping castle, face painting and arts and crafts. For mum and dad there will be a vintage car display and the VMMA will have motorcycles on show. Be sure to check out the wine tasting stand in the Victoria Ballroom, too. You won't leave hungry with a BBQ and Devonshire tea stall to fill you up. Have all your questions answered with tours of the building every hour, on the hour.

Although active in the Victorian Community for over 160 years, Freemasonry has been experiencing a surge in membership enquiries by young men eager to find out more about the mysteries of Freemasonry. There is no doubt that Freemasonry provides men with opportunities for personal development, to serve their communities, grow spiritually and live a principled way of way. It is as relevant in the 21st century as it has been in the past.

“Freemasonry has stood the test of time and it’s no surprise that young men of today’s society are arriving at our front door after searching for something more meaningful in life. What we’ve always known is that Freemasonry offers opportunities for men looking to better themselves, personally develop, serve their communities, grow spiritually and live a principled way of life,” said Victoria’s Grand Master, Vaughan Werner.