Courtesy Photo Inside the Fall City Masonic Lodge.

Tour historic landmark Saturday at Fall City Masonic Lodge open house

  • Thursday, March 16, 2017 4:27pm
  • Life

One of Fall City’s historic treasures, the Masonic Hall is a King County landmark and listed on the National Register of Historic Sites. The Fall City Historical Society will host an open house at this local landmark, 5 to 7 p.m., Saturday, March 18.

The open house is a chance to visit this special building. The large hall on the main floor is lined with historic Fall City photos from the collection of the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Museum, printed and framed in the 1990s, with captions by Jack Kelley.

Upstairs is the lodge meeting room, used since the first meeting in January 1896, and not usually accessible to the public.

Masonic members will be on hand to give a tour upstairs for those who are interested.

The Fall City Historical Society will furnish some background history on the Hall, and refreshments will be available.

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