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With the cornerstone laid 1923 the Masonic Hall is a neoclassical red brick building located in the heart of old Moncton.


Architect J. W. Frazer and contractor Ambrose Wheeler used Greek inspired elements to create a clean and geometrically sound structure that was worthy of the Masons. The interior of the Masonic Hall closely follows the traditional layout, design and décor dictated by the Masons. In 1996, the Masonic Hall was designated a Heritage Property.


Keith Lodge #23 is the oldest registered organization in Moncton, having been granted a dispensation by Provincial Grand Master Alexander Keith in 1853. Acacia Lodge founded in 1949 also shares the building. The Masonic Hall is home to the Moncton Masonic Family of charitable and fraternal organizations, including Keith Lodge, Acacia Lodge, the Scottish Rite, the York Rite, and the Moncton Shrine Club.


The Masonic Club is comprised of men and women from all walks of life who share a common connection to the Masons, and form an integral part of the social fabric of the Moncton Masonic Family. Masonic Club members have full access to the unique facilities and services offered within the Masonic Hall

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