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Tour George Washington Masonic Temple

  • November 20, 2013
  • 12:30 PM
  • 101 Callahan Drive Alexandria, Virginia 22301
  • 50


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November 2013 Program:

George Washington Masonic Temple

 12:30pm - 1:30pm (Docent led tour)
(be sure to grab lunch on your own prior)

George Washington Masonic Temple is located at:
101 Callahan Drive
Alexandria, Virginia 22301
King Street Metro stop

$8 for Members
$8 for Guests**
Please RSVP and Pay* by Thursday, November 7, 2013

*All reservations made online must be paid through our online reservations system at the time of check out. This is done via our partnership with PayPal. You may use your Pay Pal account, debit and or credit card to make the payment. Thank you. This will really help us to make our events much easier to manage!

If paying by check DO NOT REGISTER YOURSELF for this event THROUGH THIS ONLINE may download the flyer here, manually fill it out, and mail it along with a check to the address located on the form. The MOSCDC would MUCH prefer that all reservations for this event be made using our new online registration system. You may use your Pay Pal account, debit and or credit card to make the payment. Thank you so much for your consideration in this matter.

**All spouses of Officers (Active or Retired) are welcome to attend one (1) event as non-members prior to joining.

What if I have to cancel my reservation?
100% of your registration fee is refundable if you cancel prior to the RSVP date listed above. AFTER the RSVP date has past, money can only be refunded if your seat has been able to be re-assigned to another member by the MOSCDC Reservations Chair. Please email the MOSCDC Reservations Chair immediately upon finding out that you have to cancel your reservation. Thank you.

Fun Facts:
The George Washington Masonic National Memorial is more than a colossal memorial and museum. It is a tourist attraction and destination; research center and library; community center; performing arts center and concert hall; banquet and celebration site; and meeting site for local and countless visiting Masonic lodges and organizations. However, first and foremost, it is a memorial to honor and perpetuate the memory, character and virtues of the man who best exemplifies what Freemasons are and ought to be, Brother George Washington. Excerpt from

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