Vitruvian Lodge No. 767
1716 Broad Ripple Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46220, USA
Tuesday, May 21, 2002
Adam T. Bauer
Stated Meeting Information:
7:00 PM on 4th Tuesday of the month in January, April, June, July, and October
About Our Lodge
Lodge Vitruvian offers a unique masonic experience for visiting brethren and guests.
- Lodge Vitruvian is dedicated to the observant practices, esoteric and philosophic traditions of Freemasonry, we conduct our Stated Meetings and Degrees with a heightened level of reverence for the ritual of the Craft. While our Stated Meetings and Degrees are open to visiting Brothers, we ask visiting Brothers to respect our traditions.
- No special permission is necessary or required. Simply notify the Secretary that you are planning to attend.
- All Masons of any degree are welcome to attend our Lodge. Visiting Brethren not Master Masons must be properly vouched for. Lodge Vitruvian will open on the lowest degree to conduct its business if there are Brethren attending that are not Master Masons. We request that you contact the Master or Secretary so preparation can occur for the suitable degree.
- We request visiting brethren wear semi-formal attire (black suit) and bring their own white leather apron (if possible). White gloves can be provided.
- The Senior Deacon will approach you before the meeting to gather some information so we can properly introduce you to the Brethren.
- We ask visiting Brothers to respect the presentation of the Ritual. Please refrain from “sideline” chatter and be sure your cell phone is off or set to vibrate.
- Lodge Vitruvian welcomes all Masons to its dinner after the stated meeting. Our Festive Boards are hosted at local restaurants in the area. Typically the Festive Board is reserved for only Masons. From time to time, guests (non-Masons) may be allowed when communicated in the Lodge summons.
- When visiting an Vitruvian Festive Board, expect a program of education related to esoteric or philosophic thought as well as discussion, toasts, song and fellowship.
- Visiting Brethren and guests are required to pay for their own dinner meal and drinks. The Lodge hosts a variety of appetisers before the meal.
- The event will conclude with traditional toasts and a the box of fraternal assistance will be passed to collect money for a specific charity. There is no obligation to participate but strongly encouraged for the good of the Craft.
NOTE: Members can find contact information on the Member Portal.
Adam T. Bauer