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Newton Masonic Building
460 Newtonville Avenue, Newton, MA 02460

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The Newton Masonic Building is a historic building built in 1896 as a Masonic Lodge hall. It is a massive four-story redbrick Renaissance-style building with a turret on the corner and a steep slate pyramid roof. The upper floors are still used for meetings of Masonic lodges and appendant orders, while the lower floors are used for retail and office purposes.

The building was approved for listing on the National Register of Historic Places in 1986 and as a contributing property to the Newtonville Historic District.

Visit our website to reserve the building for your Masonic event.

Dalhousie Lodge
Established 1860
Meets on 2nd Wednesday​


Presiding Master
Wor. Sebastian Napolitano

Secretary
Wor. Robert Y. Chan​

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Garden City Lodge
Established 1954
Meets on 2nd Thursday


Presiding Master
Wor. Richard Rausch

Secretary
R.W. Stephen Cohn​

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Norumbega Fraternity 
Established 1875
Meets on 2nd Monday​


​Presiding Master
Wor. Michael S. Bickford

Secretary
Wor. Stig Bergquist​

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Waltham Triad Lodge
Established 1820
Meets on 1st Monday


Presiding Master
Wor. William W. Dahlbeck, Jr.

Secretary

Wor. Nicholas Pappas​​

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