News & Events

SOCIAL EVENTS

The Lodge of St Mark has an active Social Committee who arrange events to provide Members with the opportunity to socialise, further develop friendships and enjoy themselves.

Food will normally be provided at these events and drinks will be available.

The events will also involve activities such as raffles and other incidental challenges or entertainments, aimed at raising funds for charitable purposes.

Members will receive notice of these events through this website and through other normal channels of communication.

These events will normally be held at the Masonic Hall in Hythe or at other local venues.

All Members, their family and friends (which includes non-Masons) are actively encouraged to attend.

The type of events organised can include;

Ladies Night – a formal, but fun, dinner/dance evening (or sometimes afternoon), where we have an opportunity to thank our Ladies for their support through the year, whilst enjoying a good meal and good company (normally on a Saturday in May/June)

Xmas Sunday Lunch (normally the second Sunday in December)

Carol Evening

Quiz Nights/Afternoons

Race Nights/Afternoons

BBQs

If Members have ideas for a social event, then please bring these to the attention of the Social Committee.  Your ideas and input will always be appreciated.

Your Membership will also, of course, mean that you will become aware of social or sports events being arranged by other Lodges, the Province or Grand Lodge and have the opportunity to join in with those.

NEWS & EVENTS

You will find here Lodge news and communications, including details of forthcoming social events, and also general Masonic news and communications that may be of interest or relevance to Members.  News and communications can also be accessed by Members through the Lodge of St Mark Facebook Group – Members Only.

Contributions from Members will be welcome, with commentary and photos to support as appropriate.  Please forward these to the Lodge Member handling communications.

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