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Chartered in 1890 - Lodge built in 1895

Designated a King County Washington Landmark in 1994

Entered in the National Register of Historic Places in 2005
View a copy of the Nomination.

"The tallest building in town."

4304 337th Pl. SE
Fall City, WA  98024

Click here for a MAP

Description: Hiram Freemasons 

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Falls City Masonic Lodge No. 66 would like to INVITE you to,
"Ask About Freemasonry!"
It is amazing to think of the number of men out there that would like to join the fraternity but just don't know how to go it.
Here's the BIG SECRET:
YOU HAVE TO ASK.
Freemasons are specifically prohibited from 'recruiting' new members to The Craft (You'd also have to ask to find out why.) This means that if you don't ask, we won't ask you.
If you WANT TO JOIN, just ASK and we'll explain the whole process to you.
"Knock and the door shall be opened."

ANNUAL PANCAKE BREAKFAST AND FUNDRAISER SCHEDULED FOR 14 June 2014!!
Hot pancakes, snappy sausage, and fluffy scrambled eggs start coming off the griddle at 7am
Join us to raise money for our charitable activities in the Snoqualmie Valley and beyond! Suggested donation for breakfast is $5.00 per person, but we are happy to accept bigger donations.
Our charitable activities include helping to found the Fall City Learning Garden and P-Patch, scholarships for a model rocket launching program at Chief Kanim Middle School to encourage STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and math) programs, scholarships to assist students to travel to Washington DC as part of a class trip, disaster relief assistance, red cross center participation, discounted rental rates for non-profit organizations looking for meeting space, discounted rental rates for numerous Boyscout and Girlscout programs, aiding the Fall City Food Pantry, and many more community centric activities.
Come down for breakfast, help out the Valley, and after, stroll through Fall City Days and the Parade!


September thru May:  Meets 2nd Saturday
June:                              1st Saturday
July & August:              Dark

         How do you become a Mason?

         Photo Album   

         DeMolay

         Rainbow Girls

         District 7 Lodges

         Royal Arch Chapter #54

         Goose & Gridiron Lunch Club

         Masonic Park - Granite Falls

The vision of Falls City Lodge is to be the leading fraternal organization in the lower Snoqualmie Valley appealing to moral and principled men of all faiths and their families.

We welcome any inquiries concerning Masonry.

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