A new exhibit is coming to the Grande Prairie Museum…”Freemasonry: A history hidden in Plain Sight.”
The exhibit will promote Masonic history, showcase storyboards, artifacts, famous Masons and regalia from around the world.
Grande Prairies Museum’s Charles Taws says it will feature a couple masonries in the region.
“The masonic lodge is a fraternal organization. In days gone by, fraternal lodges were much more popular and the masonic was one of them and we actually have two lodges in this area…we have the Grande Prairie masonic lodge and the Lake Saskatoon masonic lodge.”
The exhibit will arrive just in time to mark the centennial of the first Masonic ceremonies held in the region.
The grand opening is free to visitors and is scheduled for April 30th.
The exhibit will be at the museum for six months.