We invite all to attend our first annual Father's Day Banquet and Open Meeting at the Galveston Scottish Rite Cathedral on Friday, June 14th, 2019

We are honored and pleased to be welcoming Grand Senior Warden Ken Curry and Grand Junior Warden Brad Billings as our special guests and featured speakers!

This event will be the day before the Gulf Coast Masonic Fishing Trip and we cordially invite all those brethren attending the trip to come bring their family and friends to the Father's Day Banquet!

We will have a Texas BBQ Dinner and night of festivities with messages on family and fatherhood from R.W. Ken Curry and R.W. Brad Billings. There will be tours of the Galveston Scottish Rite Cathedral (built 1929), exhibitions of our fraternal art, showcases of the vaudeville theater, and live music during the banquet. Save the date, we hope to see you there!

FRIDAY, JUNE 14th, 2019

Where: Galveston Scottish Rite Cathedral
2128 Church St, Downtown Galveston
Dress Code: Hawaiin Shirts & Shorts aka Island Casual
* Free Parking for Ticket Holders 22nd & Ball St
* Additional Paid Parking at 21st & Market St

Scottish Rite Open Meeting: 6:00PM
Grand Senior Warden R.W. Ken Curry will speak at this open meeting with a message centered around family and fathers. Ladies, families, and all brethren (Scottish Rite or not) are welcome to attend.
Father's Day Banquet: 7:00PM
In the Grand Ballroom

Grand Junior Warden R.W. Brad Billings will be speaking at the Banquet about the importance of Family, Father's Day, and Freemasonry.
Dinner: BBQ brisket, Potato Salad, Beans, etc.

Meeting Speaker: R.W. Ken Curry
Grand Senior Warden, Grand Lodge of Texas

Banquet Speaker: R.W. Brad Billings
Grand Junior Warden, Grand Lodge of Texas

Host Speaker: Brack Jones Jr.
Chairman, Valley of Galveston
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The Galveston Scottish Rite Cathedral


The Galveston S.R. Cathedral is a breathtaking structure, built in 1929 in an art-deco style by the Texas architect Alfred C. Finn, famed builder of the San Jacinto Monument. It is a testament to the fraternity's rich history and continuing legacy.

Egyptian Room

Our building is home to the famed Egyptian Room, adorned with masterful reliefs it is considered by many the most beautiful Masonic Lodge Room in the State of Texas and one of the most original, unique, and beautiful in the country.

The Theater

We also house a historically preserved four hundred seat vaudeville-era theater which features dozens of stunning and original one-of-a-kind theatrical backdrops, which can transport the viewer from ancient temples to medieval landscapes.


Galveston Visitors Center

Galveston Island is a tropical oasis complete with 32 miles of sparkling beaches, adventure attractions, a rich history, and an eclectic culture! Find everything to do and see at Galveston.com

Galveston History

Visit historic sites and attractions. Bishop's Palace, the Ashton Villa, Menard House, and the 1877 Tall Ship ELISSA are all open for tours. Find out more at GalvestonHistory.org


Enjoy the unique experience that is Moody Gardens. Visit the Aquarium Pyramid, Rainforest Pyramid, Discovery Pyramid, MG 3D Theater, and ride the authentic paddleboat Colonel. MoodyGardens.com

Bryan Museum

One of the world's largest collections of historical artifacts and artwork relating to Texas and the American West. Over 70,000 items spanning 12,000 years of history. TheBryanMuseum.org

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