The Uxbridge Masonic Hall, was built in 1962 by Zeredatha Lodge # 220 G.R.C. Not only has this building been the home of this Lodge for 48 years, it is a veritable storehouse of 19th century Masonic art, the work of the late Brother James T. Dowling. The artwork is painted on several rolls of canvas, seven feet in height and totalling four hundred and twenty-seven feet in length. Although faithfully preserved, because of the size of the paintings, they are only occasionally displayed. Also,several plaques by Dowling are mounted on the walls of the Lodge Sanctuary.
Meeting the 3rd Monday of the month excluding July & August
26 Spruce Street, Uxbridge
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