Prints of the Painting "Look to the East", which was commissioned to honor our 100 year Anniversary by W.M.

Robert Frierson, are available for purchase at a cost of $19.99 for 8 X 10, $29.99 for 11 X 14, and a special siged

artist limited edition for $149.99 which is 18 X 20 and is limited to 100 copies in commemoration of our Centennial.

Price does not include shipping.


To place an order go to http://www.ryanjflynn.com/dunedin-lodge/ 

                   Dunedin Lodge Mission Statement

To build an institution that calls men to thier highest level of social being in a state of dignity and decorum, which could serve as a place for serious, mindful discourse on the lessons and meaning of life, and search for the bettet development of oneself.

 To promote Brotherhood through social interactions including wives and families.

 To practice Masonic values in our daily lives as a Lodge.

By Bro. Ryan J. Flynn

Upcoming Events at Dunedin Lodge;                                                      

​Monday June 26 , 7pm. Movie night. "AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 LODGES".

    All are welcome to attend.

Dunedin Lodge will be Dark for the month of July.

Monday August 7, 6:30pm. Officer meeting and practice.

Monday August 14, 6:30pm. Officer meeting and practice.

​Monday August 21,7pm. Sated Communication. Dinner served at 6pm. Officer dress -

​    white polo shirts.

Monday August 28, 6:30pm. Officer meeting and practice.










   


    "Look to the East"

Welcome to

Dunedin Lodge No. 192 F.&A.M.




Location

1297 Michigan Boulevard

Dunedin, FL 34698

727-733-2597

Our Stated Meetings are the 3rd Monday of every month


Membership

If you would like to know more about joining our fraternity. 
Please call us at 727-733-2597
or email us at Dunedin192@outlook.com


Masonic Funerals 

Please contact - Mike Palenik Secretary
 727-733-4257





 





Our Stated Meetings are the 3rd Monday of every month

Masonic Funerals 
Please contact Dunedin Lodge
Mike Palenik Secretary
 727-733-4257




Freemasonry is a Brotherhood of men who share common values and are interested in improving themselves, their community, and the world at large. In the USA, the Freemasons give approximately $2 million US dollars per day to a variety of charities