Diary Dates

This is where we publish diary dates for Oak Tree Lodge upcoming meetings, Lodges of Instruction and social events.

Obviously, with the current Covid situation, meetings are still on hold. We hope to resume soon – possibly in May with a smaller attendance and then get back to normal in the Autumn.

We’re also looking at holding a social event once we’re able to meet again fully without restrictions. So please check back to this Diary Dates page for details of that too.

PLEASE NOTE:  Meeting dates and times are subject to change while we confirm the new arrangements at Farnham Masonic Centre.

Please email enquiries@oaktreelodge9408.org.uk if you would like to attend one of our meetings so that we can confirm the details.

For those members (and guests) intending to dine with us after the meeting, please click to complete the Attendance And Dining form so that we have all the necessary details.

April 2021

DATEWHATWHEREWHEN
Wed 07 AprLodge of InstructionFarnham Masonic CentrePOSTPONED
Thu 15 AprLodge MeetingFarnham Masonic Centre
POSTPONED

May 2021

DATEWHATWHEREWHEN
TBC MayLodge of InstructionFarnham Masonic CentreTBC
TBC MaySpecial Lodge MeetingFarnham Masonic Centre
TBC

June 2021

DATEWHATWHEREWHEN
TBC JunLodge Social event and 30 Year CelebrationTBC
TBC

September 2021

DATEWHATWHEREWHEN
Wed 22 Sep (TBC)Lodge of InstructionFarnham Masonic Centre
7:15pm - 9:00pm
Tue 28 Sep (TBC)Lodge Meeting
Installation
Farnham Masonic Centre
5:20pm (TBC) - 9:30pm

When Do We Meet

Oak Tree Lodge normally meets formally 4 times per year in January, April, September, and December. Ahead of each of the meetings we have a series of Lodges Of Instruction. LofI give us the chance to rehearse the ritual so we can present the best view of ourselves on the night.

Although the lodge doesn’t formally meet over the summer, we try and hold at least one social event for Brethren and their families, guests, and prospective members. Obviously Covid has got in the way of that somewhat but in recent years social events have included a guided tour of the Hospital of St Cross (of which, one of our senior Brethren is a resident) and also a Classic Car show and family fun day.