Wednesday, January 11th, 2017 at 7:00 pm
Get a glimpse of the history of Freemasonry in Norwood through the lens of a legacy left by previous generations. Freemasons in Norwood are marking the 100-year anniversary of the Masonic Building on Day Street, where a few months ago they recovered a time capsule that had been placed under the cornerstone during the building’s 1916 dedication.
Attend their January 11 presentation to hear firsthand about the men behind the photos, documents, and news stories that have been preserved in the capsule for more than a century. To sign up, please call the library at 781-769-0200 x110 or 222, fill out the form below, or visit the Reference or Information Desk.
Contents from the time capsule will be on display in the lobby of the Morrill Memorial Library from January 4-30, 2017. Discover pictures and documents dating back to 1803, and how they’re part of a living history and tradition that Norwood’s Freemasons continue to carry on today.
The need is constant, and it's a time of year for giving back. That's why we're hoping you'll take a few minutes to come to our Red Cross Thanksgiving weekend blood drive.
It's planned for Saturday, November 26, from 9 am-2 pm. That's Small Business Saturday too, so if you're planning on shopping Norwood Center, take a minute to stop by the hall and see us.
It wouldn't be a Masons event if there wasn't food involved, so stop by for pancakes and coffee.
Walk-ins are welcome, but we would love to know that you're planning to come, so please take a minute to register online in advance, or call 1-800-RED-CROSS,
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