Arundel Lodge #76
of Ancient Free and Accepted Masons
Latest News from the Lodge.
Bikes for Books 2020 (postponed to Spring 2021)
Arundel Lodge, along with our sister lodges across the State of Maine, are providing bicycles free of charge to elementary schools for use in their literary programs. The Bikes for Books program is approaching its 5th year and has given students tangible goals to strive for...the more books you read the better your chance of winning a bicycle? We have averaged over 14,000 books read in our town's schools each year, and have given away over 200 bicycles each year to say "keep reading" to our kids!
Lobster Bake and Public Suppers
Only in Maine can you get an order of 50 lobsters...to go. Arundel Lodge can count among its membership several lobstermen, chefs, restauranteurs and even a lawyer or two. Seriously, there is one things Masons love, and love to share, and that is good food. During the year there are many opportunities for the community to come share in the festivities through BBQs, lobster bakes and All-You-Can-Eat Roast beef suppers which the Lodge hosts. Look at our Facebook page to see what is coming up!
Highland Table Lodge (annual each November)
Sounds from the rebellious Scottish north were ringing out in the south of Maine as Arundel Lodge #76 in Kennebunkport held its annual Table Lodge with a Highland theme. MW Wayne Adams began the night of kilted celebration with a rousing first toast. The large gathering of brethren answered his call and soon the Haggis was brought forth in procession with MW George Pulkkinen playing the pipes at the lead. Thanks and prayers were offered, rousing folk songs sung and many laughs shared throughout the evening.