As a vibrant and active lodge, Lake Harriet welcomes visitors to our many events throughout the year. We have a full calendar and are active during all four seasons. Neighbors and friends who are non-Masons are welcome to stop by for a tour; simply call or write the lodge secretary to ensure we've coffee on the stove and someone to greet you.
Freemasons enjoy a strong heritage that welcomes visitation between lodges, often from outside of Minnesota. Travelers will appreciate knowing that we consistently host visitors from all over the world, and it is not uncommon to meet others from various states or nations.
We are pleased to note that our lodge is home to several Grand Representatives, men who, as members of our jurisdiction, serve as key contact points for other jurisdictions with whom we have friendly treaties of amity. These include the Grand Lodge of Arkansas, the Grand Lodge of Andorra, the Grand Lodge of Bolivia, the Grand Lodge of Burkina Faso, the Grand Lodge of Chile, the Grand Lodge of Cuba, several of the state grand lodges of Columbia, the Grand Lodge of India, the Grand Lodge of Iran in Exile, the Grand Lodge of Israel, the Grand Orient of Italy, the Grand Lodge of Manitoba, the Grand Lodge of Massachusetts, the Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia, the Grand Lodge of Puerto Rico, the Serene Grand Lodge of San Marino, and the Grand Lodge Alpina of Switzerland. If you are traveling from these states, provinces or nations you are most welcome to contact the appropriate representative via the Grand Secretary, Doug Campbell, at 952-948-6700. Of course travelers from all other recognized jurisdictions are also cordially invited to participate in our programs and events at Lake Harriet Lodge.
Whether local or foreign, if you'd like to visit, please drop a line to the lodge Secretary at Lake Harriet, or call us at 612-927-5426. We serve a good meal before each dinner, with meals starting at 6PM and meetings at 7PM, normally on the First and Third Mondays of the Month. We also serve up lunch on the first Saturday of each month at what we call Burger Day, from 11AM to 1PM.
If traveling from a foreign jurisdiction, that is, outside of Minnesota, and if you'd like to attend a meeting or degree, you should bring your dues card. We utilize the time-honored methods of recognizing Masons, as well as timely references of the List of Lodges book published here in the US to confirm visitors are members of recognized and regular lodges worldwide.
If you are interested in travel to foreign jurisdictions, the tips found here may help you.