Our Focus


Aurora Lodge uses Canadian ritual (scripted words and actions that are spoken or performed during the degree work in the lodge).

We are known for our fine ritual work, but more especially for our friendship and warmth. We have many members who are involved in furthering their Masonic knowledge through education. We pride ourselves on conducting an education session at each of our meetings.

Although our lodge is relatively small, our brethren are very active within the lodge and also well-known for actively supporting various social and community activities throughout the year in our city.

We hold an annual St. George’s Day banquet to celebrate the English heritage of some of our members. We also try to involve our wives and partners in several social events each year.

The members of our sister Lodge, Sequim Lodge #213 of the Grand Registry of Washington are frequent visitors to our Lodge and we reciprocate as often as we can.