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Sort of like the old lunch and learns except without the lunch, the Grand Rapids Historical Society is having a field trip to the Masonic Temple for a lecture called “The Masonic Secrets of Old Grand Rapids” which will be followed by a tour of the 95 year old Masonic Temple.

You don't need to be a member of the historical society or be a Mason to attend. Just show up. It's this Thursday April 8 at 7 PM at the Masonic Temple 233 East Fulton. I think there will be free parking around back.

This might be a chance to learn the secret handshake without actually having to become a Mason.

Here's the Society's official events link:

GR Historical

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Sort of like the old lunch and learns except without the lunch, the Grand Rapids Historical Society is having a field trip to the Masonic Temple for a lecture called “The Masonic Secrets of Old Grand Rapids” which will be followed by a tour of the 95 year old Masonic Temple.

You don't need to be a member of the historical society or be a Mason to attend. Just show up. It's this Thursday April 8 at 7 PM at the Masonic Temple 233 East Fulton. I think there will be free parking around back.

This might be a chance to learn the secret handshake without actually having to become a Mason.

Here's the Society's official events link:

GR Historical

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It will be well worth attending. Our building has a very large auditorium on the top floor that seats around 500 people. The presentation that will be given will be very, very historically cool! If you get a chance, get there a little early, go to the basement floor of our building, and check out our library and museum. There are tons and tons of old pictures of buildings and artifacts of Grand Rapids. It is open to the public, too. And no, you will not get any secret handshake lessons...

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For the "free food" part, drop by the GRF Museum. It's Betty's birthday; free admission, and free cake for the first several hundred visitors.

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Sounds like a rare opportunity! I will try to attend!

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