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Embracing mateship and tradition
The Lodge of Evolution, No. 931, founded in November 2008, is a Masonic Lodge affiliated with Freemasons Victoria and a Lodge founded with a specific focus on younger masons.The Lodge of Evolution, No. 931, founded in November 2008, is a Masonic Lodge affiliated with Freemasons Victoria and a Lodge founded with a specific focus on younger masons.
Meeting - 1st Saturday of every month at 6:30pm (January no meeting)
Rehearsal - last Sunday Collingwood at 9.30 am
Installation - November
Meeting the needs of members juggling pressures of careers and families presents unique challenges.
We therefore take the time to engage with our members' families in our social activities throughout the year including an annual weekend away to a regional Victorian centre with our partners and children.
Meeting on the first Saturday every month except January at the Collingwood Masonic Centre, the Lodge maintains a relaxed and friendly environment, free from work commitments where we develop skills in leadership, public speaking, centuries old traditional rituals, community service, charitable giving and having fun!
We invite you to learn more about Freemasonry and our Lodge.
Membership of the Lodge is an ideal way for men of all walks of life (and of any age) to develop their character, associate with younger masons and explore the opportunities available in Freemasonry.
Visitors, whether they be Freemasons from any Lodge in the world or someone just curious to know more about Freemasonry are welcome to visit us for the Lodge meeting and/or fellowship dinner.
As part of a world-wide fraternity of Freemasons, we respect all members (they're all brothers to us) regardless of colour, religion, or political opinions.
If you're curious about what we do or want to know more, then all you have do is ASK!
The Lodge was consecrated on 24 October 2009 and formed by amalgamation of Zenith Lodge No. 52, Eaglehawk Lodge No. 55 and Sandhurst Lodge No. 194. Named after Sir John Quick, a founding father of Australian Federation, a Bendigo Freemason and citiz
The Acacia Lodge of Geelong No. 913 was consecrated on 22 October 1994 and meets on the fourth Thursday of every month. Members live in Greater Geelong, Bellarine Peninsula and surrounding rural areas.