The Grand Lodge Of Arizona

2018 Special Masonic Events Around the State

​Monday, March 26th @ 11 AM 

​​There will be a ground breaking ceremony on Monday March 26th at 11:00 AM at the new location of Central Arizona Lodge #14 in Cottonwood, Arizona. 

An invitation is extended to all who would like to attend and IS NOT mandatory for Grand Lodge Officers.
Western or Outdoor Attire with your Masonic Aprons can be worn for this Public Ceremony to celebrate the construction phase.

Lunch will likely follow afterwards at a local restaurant. 

Lodge of Instruction
​Tuesday, March 27th @ 7 PM 

Come Join Worshipful Brother Ron Allen, Grand Lecturer of The Grand Lodge, Free and Accepted Masons of Arizona as he presents a
Lodge of Instruction.
Open to all Master Masons in good Standing.

 Arizona Lodge No. 2 on 
March 27th @ 7 PM 
Master Masons Only

Lodge of Instruction
Thursday March 29th, 2018

Scottsdale Lodge No. 43 is hosting a Lodge of Instruction

Thursday March 29th, 2018
Dinner at 6:00PM
LOI at 7:00 PM
Only Master Masons  permitted

Scottsdale Lodge No. 43
2531 N Scottsdale Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85257

Contact WB John Reynolds, DDGL, for more information

13th Annual Hualapai Mountain
Outdoor 3rd Degree

Saturday,May 12, 2018

  Coffee and Donuts at 8:30 A.M.
     Third Degree starts about 10:00 A.M.
“Feasting” begins after the Second Section at about Noon.

Sponsored by District 1 Lodges of the Grand Lodge of Arizona, F. & A. M. and coordinated by
Kingman Lodge No. 22, F. & A. M.

RSVP by May 5, 2018, to John Huth, PM, cell: (928) 727-6818 or

 A $25.00 donation is requested to cover recreational site rental and our traditional feast of Steak, Salad, Beans, and Dessert plus a free “2018” bar to add to the original 2013 Bolo (see above) and thus continue your chain of year- bars.   New attendees may donate $15.00 more for a “Hualapai Mountain Outdoor Degree” bolo tie with 2018 bar.   
Join us for fun, feasting, fellowship and a truly unique experience in the beautiful Hualapai Mountains.  Dress is slacks or jeans and Lodge shirt.  Temperatures vary at 7,000 feet so bring a jacket and hats are “invisible.” 

Cabins and camp sites may be available, call (928) 681-5700 for information. 
MM’s only and Dues Cards are required. 


From Interstate 40, Kingman Exit 51, Stockton Hill Rd:
- Drive south on Stockton Hill Road 1.6 miles to Route 66 (Stockton Hill Road becomes Hualapai Mountain Road at Route 66), continue on Hualapai Mountain Road for about 12 miles to the Hualapai Mountain Park entrance.
- Tell the Park Staff that you are with the Masons and there will be no entrance fee.  Turn right immediately after the entrance gate and follow the signs to Recreational Area #3.  The road is paved to the entrance of Recreational Area #3.