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The Suffolk Masonic District is composed of the 15 Lodges within the borders of Suffolk County, NY. All Lodges are under the Jurisdiction of the Grand Lodge of the State of New York.
Freemasonry based on the belief that each man has a responsibility to help make the world a better place. It’s the confidence of having millions of trustworthy brothers who have taken a sacred oath that they have your back. It’s a profound new sense of purpose and community. It’s a path of self-discovery and shared beliefs that make good men better sons, husbands, and fathers. And it’s walking upright and proud in the same tradition as the giants that came before us. In short, it’s a way of life.
This is a list of current events with tickets on sale NOW! Click on the event to be taken to the event page to learn more or purchase tickets.
The Suffolk Masonic District holds many district wide events and many are open to the public for friends and family to join in the festivities. We hold social nights, dinner parties, BBQs and alike year round. Here is a preview of some of the event. or you can head over to the events page for a full listing and to purchase admission tickets to these events.
Guided by the enduring principles of our fraternity, we make a profound difference for our brothers, our families, and our communities. As Masons, our commitment to personal growth and relief through philanthropy is based on the belief that each man has a responsibility to help make the world a better place.
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"Freemasonry found me at a time in my life when I need what it teaches most. Masonry saved my life and helped lead me in a direction I am proud of. I found myself by finding my Brothers."