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Sunday, May 5th, 2019 at 4:00 P.M.
Metropolitan United Church
56 Queen Street East,
Toronto, ON

It is our pleasure to extend our invitation for your attendance at the 2019 Five Toronto Districts Masters’ Banquet.

As you may aware of, the Five Toronto District Masters’ Banquet is an annual event, originated to create a forum where the Masters of the four Toronto and York Districts could gather, meet the Masters outside their own District, and share an evening of fellowship in a more casual atmosphere.

This Masonic year of 2018/19 marks the 48th Anniversary of the Masters’ Banquet. In the spirit of profit and pleasure, we look forward to your attendance. To this end, please use the following link to register your ticket for the event


If, however, Worshipful Sir, you are unable to attend, the Senior Warden, Junior Warden, or the I.P.M. in this respective order, may attend as your representative. In accordance to guidelines established at the inception of this event, only the aforementioned officers, in accordance to their respective availability, may attend in your stead.
We look forward to sharing with you an evening of friendship and fellowship. See you there.

Sincere and Fraternal regards,

W. Bro. Ben San Juan, Co-Chair
Five Toronto Districts Masters’ Banquet
W.Bro. Ulrich Dessouassi, Co-Chair
Five Toronto Districts Masters’ Banquet
W.M., Alpha Tuscan Lodge #384

Toronto Don Valley District Annual fund raising Gala Night
In support of Autism Ontario and Shriners Hospitals for Children

Saturday, June 1st 2019, LeParc Banquet Hall

$100 per person – Open Bar – Attire: Black Tie

Tickets now on sale!

Purchase via eventbrite

Annual Robbie Burns Celebration

Dear Brethren of Toronto Don Valley District AF&AM and Valley of Toronto AASR; R.W. Bro Ronel Manabat (DDGM, TDV District) and the Brethren of Harry L. Martyn Lodge #696 cordially invite you to join us for a social evening in March.

Details follow below:

Event Description: Professional Indoor Lacrosse – Toronto Rock host Philadelphia Wings.

For those unfamiliar, lacrosse was developed from traditional North American sport given by The Creator to our First Nations. Traditional lacrosse has existed since before the first permanent settlements by Europeans. Its current form dates back 150 years with the first organized game played at Montreal. Often referred to as “the fastest game on two feet”, lacrosse demands of its participants a unique blend of finesse, power, aggression, speed and fortitude that is arguably unequaled in other popular sports. Indoor or “box” lacrosse is an adaptation of the sport, invented in Canada in the 1930s. It is played on a ‘floor’, either a turf or hardwood overlay on the hockey rink, or on the concrete base under the rink. There are six players per side, usually five runners and a goaltender. Box lacrosse is a faster and rougher version of the sport which also incorporates familiar elements of hockey and basketball tactics and strategy. Enjoyment for most sports fans is promised.

Location: Scotiabank Arena, 40 Bay Street Toronto.

Date/Time: Saturday March 16 2019

230pm – Toronto Police Tinmen vs. Brampton Fire Demons Charity Game
5pm – Pregame party + casual dinner & drinks near Scotiabank Arena.
Respondents to be notified of location when confirmed, likely Real Sports Bar and Grill, 15 York Street Toronto.
7pm – Philadelphia Wings @ Toronto Rock, welcoming: Toronto Don Valley AF&AM, Valley of Toronto AASR, other Masons, friends, ladies, and children.

W. Bro. Michael Elliott (416-670-1741, mcelliott2@yahoo.ca) or
W. Bro. Michael Stewart (647-287-2742, tdvcommdir@gmail.com)

RSVP by March 21 so ticket order can be placed and reservation count can be confirmed with pregame party location. Ticket costs: $26, includes charitable donation

Charity: Kidsport Canada – Toronto Chapter

Congratulations to WM Ricardo Allingag, Jr. and the Officers of Remembrance Lodge 586