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    Posted: October/20/2014 at 5:52pm
The 2015 Masonic Week schedule is now out on the internet. Masonic Week originated with the Allied Masonic Degrees in 1938 and over time, more and more groups have jumped on board and expanded the program. At this one, the Societas Rosicruciana in Civitatibus Foederatis will not be meeting as they have moved their next Annual Convocation to November 7, 2015, and which is being held at the Brown Hotel in Louisville, KY. The 2015 Masonic Week will be from January 28th through February 1st which is a bit earlier than usual, but this was done due to conflict with the Grand Master's Conference of North America that was occurring on the other side of the States.

Wednesday, January 28th, 2015

8:00 AM - The Masonic Order of Athelstan, Province of USA 
12:00 PM - Athelstan Luncheon 
1:30 PM - Consecration of New Courts 
4:00 PM - Opening of the Provincial Grand Court of the United 
6:00 PM - Banquet sponsored by the Masonic Order of Athelstan, Province of USA

Thursday, January 29th, 2015

8:00 AM - Trinity Chapel #12, St. Thomas of Acon 
10:00 AM - Institution and Consecration of 2 new Chapels in USA 
11:00 AM - Grand Preceptor’s Council Meeting 
12:00 PM - Festive Board (Acon Members and the Ladies only) 
1:30 PM - Grand Master’s Council Special Ceremonies 
2:30 PM - The Order of the Scarlet Cord of the United States of America 
7:00 PM - All Masonic Banquet

Friday, January 30th, 2015

7:30 AM - Breakfast sponsored by Convent General KYCH 
8:30 AM - Grand Council Knight Masons, USA 
11:00 AM - Society of Blue Friars 
12:00 PM - Luncheon sponsored by the Knight Masons 
2:00 PM - Holy Royal Arch Knight Templar Priest, Grand College of America 
6:30 PM - Scarlet Cord Consistory Festive Board 
6:30 PM - The Masonic Society Annual Dinner 
6:30 PM - The Great Priory of America, CBCS Annual Banquet and Meeting 
8:00 PM - Conferral of Councillor Grade Conferred in a Council of Elders of the Scarlet Cord 
9:00 PM - Ye Antiente Order of Corks

Saturday, January 31st, 2015

7:00 AM - Breakfast sponsored by York Rite Sovereign College 
9:30 AM - Grand College of Rites of the USA 
11:00 AM - Nine Muses Council No. 13 
12:00 PM - Luncheon sponsored by The Philalethes Society 
1:00 PM - Sovereign Order of Knights Preceptor 
2:30 PM - Grand Council of the Allied Masonic 
6:00 PM - AMD Social Hour 
7:00 PM - Grand Council AMD Installation Banquet 
9:00 PM - Masonic Order of the Bath

Sunday, February 1st, 2015

8:30 AM - The Operatives, United States of America Region 
9:00 AM - Lodge of Menatzchim V° 
10:30 AM - Lodge of Harodim VI° 
12:00 PM - Operatives Brunch 
1:30 PM - Bull Run Quarry Assemblage (VA)

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Would it be worth it for those of us who are not members of some of these groups to go?  It sounds like it would be a blast.
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Originally posted by goomba goomba wrote:

Would it be worth it for those of us who are not members of some of these groups to go?  It sounds like it would be a blast.
Probably not as many of the meetings are for members only (usually conferring degrees), but if you are in the area, the Masonic Society banquet on Friday and AMD Banquet on Saturday is open to all.
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