Reservations are closed for The Bell's First Festive Board of the Year.
Friday February 22nd
But you are still welcome to attend our stated meeting and educational presentation!
Anchor Bell's traditional Festive Board is open to all Masons and men interested in Masonry. A four course meal will be served in addition to Anchor Bell's infamous Punch. Dinner is served immediately following our stated meeting, and consists of food, fellowship, traditional toasts, poems and song! Dinner is by reservation only. Your ticket is your reservation, please purchase a ticket or contact us if you plan to pay by check in advance. Our stated meeting and educational speaker is free of charge, but meals will be ordered per reservation.
(All alcohol donated strictly in compliance with CMC)
Dress code is formal. Tuxedo is preferred, or black suit and black tie.
Lodge Opens at 6:45, followed by meditation, we will close and then allow all guests to attend the lecture. Guests wanting to attend the educational segment should arrive at 7:30
Dinner to start around 8:30
Cumin Sweet Potato Wedges w/ Lime Greek Yogurt Sauce
Butternut Squash Soup w/Garlic Crouton
Braised Chicken w/ Shallot Dijon Sauce
or Balsamic Pork Tenderloin with Spicy Pear Relish
(Vegetarian Option Available)
Garlic Mashed Potatoes and Cauliflower Souffle
Tres Leches Cake
Soda, Coffee, Anchor Bell Punch
“Freemasonry and the Great War” by Bro. Geoff Counter. Geoff is the head of the WWI Masonic Research Project and will be sharing some unique details of how our Fraternity participated and existed during WWI.
For the first time at Anchor Bell, this lecture will not be tiled. Masons and men interested in Masonry are welcome to attend. We will adjourn after for dinner.
Barrel Aged Punch
February’s Barrel Aged Punch will be Admiral Nelsons Winter Maple Rum Grog