For many years the freemasons have maintained meeting facilities in communities throughout the state. Often these buildings were among the first permanent buildings in town. Each has it's own special character and history. Many of the buildings are available for rent for both Masonic and non-Masonic functions. In many cases we have the largest, best, and most convenient site for weddings, receptions, meetings, dances, and many other functions. Most of our buildings are available throughout the year and some feature full kitchen and catering facilities, state of the art sound and video systems, convenient and ample parting and most of the other amenities that you're looking for. Each facility is independently operated by members of the local community and the monies that you spend go directly into maintaining and operating that facility. If you are planning an event and need room, consider your local Masonic hall, it's closer than you think.
Boulder Masonic Temple
2205 Broadway, Boulder, Colorado.
Colorado Springs Masonic Center
1150 Panorama Drive, Colorado Springs, Colorado.
1370 Grant Street, Denver, Colorado.
El Jebel Shrine
4625 W. 50th Avenue, Denver, Colorado.
Estes Park Lodge No. 183
1820 South Saint Vrain, Estes Park, Colorado, Phone: 970-586-4395, eMail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fort Collins Masonic Temple
225 West Oak Street, Fort Collins, Colorado.
Golden Masonic Temple
400 10th Street, Golden, Colorado.
Grand Junction Masonic Center
2400 Consistory Court, Grand Junction, Colorado.
Greeley Masonic Temple
829 10th Avenue, Greeley, Colorado.
Highlands Masonic Temple
3550 Federal Boulevard, Denver, Colorado.
Park Hill Masonic Temple
Montview Boulevard & Dahlia Street, Denver, Colorado.
South Denver Masonic Temple
350 South Broadway, Denver, Colorado.
2460 Youngfield St, Lakewood, Colorado.
Grand Lodge of Colorado A.F. & A.M.
1130 Panorama Drive,
Colorado Springs, Colorado. 80904
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Fax Number: (719) 484-8993
January 26 and 27, 2018