8, 9 & 10 April 2016 Delta Lodge at Kananaskis
The Masonic Spring Workshop
North America's premier workshop for rank and file Masons.
A Progressive Science.
The Principles, the Landmarks of Freemasonry (not the lists which predominate American Freemasonry but those personal matters whose removal would cause our fraternity not to be Freemasonry) are set in our own minds and, in some ways, in stone and have been for many centuries - debate is open as to how many centuries. Yet, our fraternity is a progressive science. Based on the Principles and Landmarks, each new discovery of any of the many different aspects of Freemasonry increases our knowledge and we progress along the road to enlightenment.
Our Guest Speaker, Yasha Beresiner, will start the weekend off with an enthusiastic and knowledgeable journey in the progress of our science in his Theme Address entitled "TITLE OF THEME SPEECH"
The Schools of Instruction are divided into four specific streams - The Progressive Science; History & Legend; Philosophy & Symbolism; Training.
Come and join us for a first class Masonic weekend with harmony and happiness being the key to your enjoyment.
If you haven't seen our venue in the mountains — The Delta Lodge at Kananaskis — here is a view of Mount Kidd that towers over the conference site with the Kananaskis Village Centre on the left. Click on the picture to "visit" the Lodge.
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Each April for the last fifty-one years, Masons have met in Alberta's Rocky Mountains, west of Calgary, for a weekend of fellowship and instruction. The goal of the Masonic Spring Workshop Planning Committee is to create a weekend experience in a relaxed atmosphere of fellowship offering individual Masons the opportunity:
to be challenged, excited, amused, exposed to new ideas, offered options for expression, and mentored in the ways and ideals of Freemasonry;
to renew old acquaintances; and
to make new friends.