CONGRATULATIONS to all The 2015 South Pasadena Masonic Award winners! The inaugural awards presentation took place on January 6, 2016.  ...
Congratulations to Bro. Phil Donlon, who on November 11th, 2015 was entered into the First Degree of Masonry at South Pasadena Masonic Lodge #290 of Free and Accepted Masons. Junior Warden-Elect Bro. Jason Wilson, who sat in the East for...
Illumination Series Lecture : Secret Symbolism of The Cathedrals Tim Hogan Everyone is invited to attend our September Illumination Series Lecture on the “Secret Symbolism of The Cathedrals”. The lecture will be delivered by one of the greatest Masonic scholars of our...
On August 26th, 2015 South Pasadena Masonic Lodge No. 290 F&AM raised Bro. Danny Lopez to the sublime degree of Master Mason. Also, on that night Lodge officers qualified in advanced stations, especially Senior Warden Marco Garcia who sat in...
Hillsides Foster Home On August 15, 2015 South Pasadena Masonic Lodge once again welcomed the children from Hillsides Foster Home for our 2nd Annual Lodge Carnival held in their honor. An excellent team of brothers, family and friends lead the charge...
717 Masonic District On June 27th, 2015, The 717 Masonic District comprised of South Pasadena Masonic Lodge, Pasadena Lodge, and Wisdom Lodge held the first ever district Table Lodge.  The event was very well attended wit brothers from all 3 lodges...
On June 24th, 2015, South Pasadena Masonic Lodge No. 290 F&AM had the pleasure of raising Bro. Hiram Garcia to Sublime degree of Master Mason.  This was a memorable night for Bor. Garcia, his father, Jose, who is a Past...
On Wednesday, June 10th, 2015, South Pasadena Masonic Lodge 290 F&AM initiated Bro. Richard Guess to the First Degree of Masonry. Congratulations Brother on the start of a beautiful journey.  ...
Bro. Michael D. Antonovich On May 16th, 2015 South Pasadena Masonic Lodge held its 1st Annual Keystone Community Service Award. Our inaugural recipient was none other than L.A. County Supervisor Bro. Michael D. Antonovich for his 46 plus years of service...