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The Maine Masonic College is an initiative of the Grand Lodge of Masons in Maine - the Freemasons. Our goal is to create educational opportunities for Freemasons in our jurisdiction and for friends and neighbors in the communities where we live and work.
Upcoming Courses & Programs
October 5 - Critical Thinking, Sam McKeeman, Instructor. Mounument Lodge, Houlton, 9:00am-2:00pm. Lunch $5.00. Open. Diploma Credit.
October 12 - Curiosity, RW Charles Plummer, Instructor. Bethlehem Lodge, Augusta, 9:00am-2:00pm. Lunch $5.00. Open. (New Course)
November 9 - The Fellowcraft Lecture, M.W. Walter Macdougall and R.W. George Macdougall, Instructors. Mount Olivet Lodge, Washington, 9:00a.m.- 2:00p.m. Lunch $5.00 (New Course)
November 16 - Symbolism, R.W. Eric Kuntz, Instructor. Maine Lodge, East Wilton, 9:00am-2:00pm. Lunch 5.00. Open. Diploma credit.
December 8 - Astronomy Event, University of Maine Planetarium, 4:30pm. Open. Limited to 30.
January 11 - Masonic Psychology, R.W. Eric Kuntz, Instructor. Bangor Masonic Center, 9:00- 2:00pm. Lunch 5.00. Open. Diploma credit. (New Course)
February 15 - Understanding World Religions- what a well informed Mason should know, R.W. Charles Plummer, Instructor. United Lodge, Brunswick, 9:00am-2:00pm. Lunch $5.00. Open.
March 15 - Fourth Annual Celebration of the Arts and Sciences (focus on Music in our lives), Suzanne Nance, Soloist and Leader. Bangor Masonic Center, 9:00 to 2:00. Dinner $5:00. Open.
April 5 - Ethics, Sam McKeeman, Instructor. Lygonia Lodge, Ellsworth, 9:00am- 2:00 pm. Lunch $5.00. Open. Diploma credit.
April TBA - Seminar for Chaplains, R.W. Mark Rustin and W. Douglas Drawn, Leaders and Instructors. Meridian-Splendor Lodge, Newport. This offering was originally intended for lodge Chaplains but is now open to all. It will focus on how we may better serve each other in love and faith. Open. (New opportunity)
May 17 - Tenets and Cardinal Virtues, R.W. Reginald Wing, Instructor. Deering Lodge, Portland, 9:00am-2:00pm. Lunch $5.00. Open. Diploma credit.
June 21 - The King's Speech- grammar made fun, Brother Jay Hoar. Oxford Lodge, Norway, 7:00pm-9:00pm. Open.
Policy on Notification
Please Note: The Maine Masonic College dose not require participants to register in order to attend its programs and classes. However, if you wish to partake in meals or if you wish to be notified on any postponement or changes in times and/or locations, it is necessary for you to register and thus give where and how you wish to be notified.
The College Briefly...
Our name inspires us to a 'higher educational calling'. We are not a bricks and mortar school but a 'Temple of Knowledge', offering a growing variety of learning opportunities in various modalities.
We believe that Freemasonry is relevant in society today, helping to create a continuum of knowledge for those who are interested in personal enrichment.
Masonic ritual exhorts us to broaden our knowledge of the seven liberal arts and sciences. Thus, our programs include topics of interest to anyone with an inquisitive mind: ethics, astronomy, logic, public speaking and more. We have molded the Maine Masonic College on the best features of not only traditional and modern Masonic-oriented education but also 'senior college' and lifelong learning endeavors.
In addition, we are developing audio and video material along with reading lists and more. At the Maine Masonic College, we encourage your input, your recommendations, and - most of all - your INVOLVEMENT!
This web site last updated on Sunday, October 27, 2013 8:11 AM