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to   Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   Free   and   Accepted   Masons   of   California.   Masonry   is   the   world's   first   and   largest   fraternal organization,   and   is   based   on   the   belief   that   each   man   has   a   responsibility   to   help   make   the   world   a   better   place.   Through   our culture of philanthropy, we make a profound difference for our brothers, our families, our communities, and our future. Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214,   located   in   Downtown   Ventura,   California,   is   a   very   active   Lodge.   In   addition   to   our   normal Fraternal   activities,   we   participate   in   such   activities   as   the   Ventura   St.   Patrick’s   Day   Parade,   serving   at   the   Ventura   County Rescue Mission, Build A Bed at the Animal Shelter and supporting our local Raising A Reader Program . Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   meets   the   first   Thursday   of   every   month   with   a   dinner   starting   at   6:30 P.M.   (Reservations   Required)   and   the   meeting   starting   at   7:30   P.M.   and   we   would   like   to   invite   all brethren visiting the Ventura, California area to attend.
If    you    would    like    more    information    on Freemasonry,   please   visit   the   Grand   Lodge of California Web Site About the Fraternity If   you   would   like   information   on   how   to become   a   Mason,   please   visit   the   Grand Lodge of California Web Site Applying for membership
Channel Islands Lodge No. 214 482 E. Santa Clara St.,  Ventura, California
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Welcome

to   Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   Free   and   Accepted   Masons   of   California.   Masonry   is   the world's   first   and   largest   fraternal   organization,   and   is   based   on   the   belief   that   each   man   has   a responsibility   to   help   make   the   world   a   better   place.   Through   our   culture   of   philanthropy,   we make a profound difference for our brothers, our families, our communities, and our future. Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214,   located   in   Downtown   Ventura,   California,   is   a   very   active   Lodge. In   addition   to   our   normal   Fraternal   activities,   we   participate   in   such   activities   as   the   Ventura   St. Patrick’s   Day   Parade,   serving   at   the   Ventura   County   Rescue   Mission,   Build   A   Bed   at   the   Animal Shelter and supporting the local Raising A Reader Program. Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   meets   the   first   Thursday   of   every   month with    a    dinner    starting    at    6:30    P.M.    (Reservations    Required)    and    the meeting    starting    at    7:30    P.M.    and    we    would    like    to    invite    all    brethren visiting the Ventura, California area to attend.
If    you    would    like    more    information    on Freemasonry,   please   visit   the   Grand   Lodge of California Web Site About the Fraternity If   you   would   like   information   on   how   to become   a   Mason,   please   visit   the   Grand Lodge of California Web Site Applying for membership
Channel Islands Lodge No. 214 482 E. Santa Clara St.,  Ventura, California
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Calendar of Lodge Events

Calendar of Lodge Events

Stated Meeting Dinner Reservation

Dinner is $15 Reservations are required and must be paid for if you attend the dinner or not. Please submit your reservation using the form below.
April 6th Stated Dinner Menu Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Corn, Assorted Pudding  
Reservations must be made by Noon on the Wednesday before the Meeting. To cancel or change your Reservation Please contact the Treasurer by Noon on the Wednesday before the Meeting.
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Stated Meeting Dinner Reservation

Dinner is $15 Reservations are required and must be paid for if you attend the dinner or not. Please submit your reservation using the form below.
Reservations must be made by Noon on the Wednesday before the Meeting. To cancel or change your Reservation Please contact the Treasurer by Noon on the Wednesday before the Meeting.
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April 6th Stated Dinner Menu Meatloaf, Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Corn, Assorted Pudding  
Upcoming Degree Work March 30 - 3rd Degree April 13 - 1st Degree Practice April 20th - OSI @ Channel Islands April 27th - Tentative 1st Degree
Join us for a Service Project at Casa Pacifica We   have   an   opportunity   to   join   with   the   brethren   from   Hollywood   Lodge   No.   355,   as   well   as   others,   to   help   to   repair   our world   by   painting   fences   at   Casa   Pacifica   on   Sunday, April   9 .   For   those   who   wish   to   carpool,   we   will   meet   at   our   lodge at 11:30 A.M., while others may meet at Casa Pacifica,South Lewis Rd. in Camarillo at noon. should be finished by 3:00. This   isto   our   brethren,   families   and   friends,well   as   members   of   our   youth   orders   and   their   friends.   is   critical,   however,   that we    provide    the    names    of    all    who    willjoining    us    by    Friday,    March    31 st .Please    email    Russ    Charvonia    at RCharvonia@Freemason.org    with   those   names   as   soon   as   possible.Feel   free   to   call   Russ   at   805.258.1037   should   you   have any questions.
MERT A   Masonic   Emergency   Response   Team   (MERT)   is   a   group   of   local,   trained,   volunteer   members   of   the   Masonic   family sponsored   by   a   local   Masonic   Lodge   or   Scottish   Rite   Valley,   which   responds   to   natural   or   man-made   disasters   of   such magnitude   that   they   overwhelm   the   community’s   ability   to   recover   on   its   own,   as   well   as   the   emergency   needs   of   local Masonic families. The   MERT’s   first   responsibility   is   to   the   families   of   their   Lodge   and   the   Masonic   family   members   in   the   surrounding   area, with   initial   focus   on   more   vulnerable   older   and   disabled   brethren,   widows,   Masonic   Home   and   MOS   clients,   and   the brethren   and   families   of   other   Lodges   living   in   the   area,”   said   Russ   Charvonia,   MERT   Team   Leader   and   Past   Grand   Master of   the   Grand   Lodge   of   California,   also   a   founding   member   of   the   first   MERT   team.   “Once   the   needs   of   the   Masonic   family have   been   adequately   addressed,   the   members   of   the   MERT   then   can   important   provide   support   to   their   communities   as Responders. We   are   forming   a   MERT   in   Western   Ventura   County   and   invite   anybody   who   is   interested   to   join   us   for   an   information meeting at Channel Islands Lodge No. 214 at 6:30 on Tuesday, April 11. For more, contact Russ Charvonia at 805.258.1037 or RCharvonia@Freemason.org.
Worshipful    Edwin    Christensen,    Past    Master    of Camarillo    Lodge    824,    will    receive    his    Golden Veterans    Award    at    Conejo    Valley    Lodge    (2786 Crescent Way, Thousand   Oaks)   on April   4th. There will be a dinner prior to the Award. Dinner at 6:00PM - Award at 7:00 PM Dinner is $15 reservation dead line Friday March 24th to Gadkinson@gmail.com
Paul     Knox     Fraser,     will     receive     his     Golden Veteran’s Award   on Thursday April   6th   at   Channel Islands   Lodge   No.   214.    Brother   Paul   is   a   63   year Master Mason. Dinner at 6:30PM - Award at 7:30 PM Dinner is $15 reservations can be made on the Reservations Page
Upcoming Degree Work March 30 - 3rd Degree April 13 - 1st Degree Practice April 20th - OSI @ Channel Islands April 27th - Tentative 1st Degree
Upcoming Events
Join us for a Service Project at Casa Pacifica We   have   an   opportunity   to   join   with   the   brethren   from   Hollywood   Lodge   No. 355,   as   well   as   others,   to   help   to   repair   our   world   by   painting   fences   at   Casa Pacifica   on   Sunday, April   9 .   For   those   who   wish   to   carpool,   we   will   meet   at   our lodge   at   11:30 A.M.,   while   others   may   meet   at   Casa   Pacifica,South   Lewis   Rd.   in Camarillo at noon. should be finished by 3:00. This   isto   our   brethren,   families   and   friends,well   as   members   of   our   youth   orders and   their   friends.   is   critical,   however,   that   we   provide   the   names   of   all   who willjoining     us     by     Friday,     March     31 st .Please     email     Russ     Charvonia     at RCharvonia@Freemason.org    with   those   names   as   soon   as   possible.Feel   free   to call Russ at 805.258.1037 should you have any questions.
MERT A   Masonic   Emergency   Response   Team   (MERT)   is   a   group   of   local,   trained, volunteer   members   of   the   Masonic   family   sponsored   by   a   local   Masonic   Lodge or   Scottish   Rite   Valley,   which   responds   to   natural   or   man-made   disasters   of   such magnitude   that   they   overwhelm   the   community’s   ability   to   recover   on   its   own, as well as the emergency needs of local Masonic families. The    MERT’s    first    responsibility    is    to    the    families    of    their    Lodge    and    the Masonic   family   members   in   the   surrounding   area,   with   initial   focus   on   more vulnerable    older    and    disabled    brethren,    widows,    Masonic    Home    and    MOS clients,   and   the   brethren   and   families   of   other   Lodges   living   in   the   area,”   said Russ   Charvonia,   MERT   Team   Leader   and   Past   Grand   Master   of   the   Grand Lodge   of   California,   also   a   founding   member   of   the   first   MERT   team.   “Once   the needs   of   the   Masonic   family   have   been   adequately   addressed,   the   members   of the    MERT    then    can    important    provide    support    to    their    communities    as Responders. We   are   forming   a   MERT   in   Western   Ventura   County   and   invite   anybody   who   is interested   to   join   us   for   an   information   meeting   at   Channel   Islands   Lodge   No. 214 at 6:30 on Tuesday, April 11. For more, contact Russ Charvonia at 805.258.1037 or RCharvonia@Freemason.org.
Worshipful   Edwin   Christensen,   Past   Master   of   Camarillo   Lodge   824,   will receive    his    Golden    Veterans    Award    at    Conejo    Valley    Lodge    (2786 Crescent   Way,   Thousand   Oaks)   on April   4th.   There   will   be   a   dinner   prior to the Award. Dinner at 6:00PM - Award at 7:00 PM Dinner is $15 reservation dead line Friday March 24th to Gadkinson@gmail.com
Paul   Knox   Fraser,   will   receive   his   Golden   Veteran’s   Award   on   Thursday April   6th   at   Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214.    Brother   Paul   is   a   63   year Master Mason. Dinner at 6:30PM - Award at 7:30 PM Dinner is $15 reservations can be made on the Reservations Page

Gallery

Below are pictures of some of the activities the members of Channel Islands Lodge participate in. Click on the picture to enlarge it.

Our Newest Master Mason

MLK Day with the other local Lodges

Job’s Daughters Spaghetti Dinner

Our newest EA at his first

Stated Meeting

Our newest FC

Our newest FC with his

Dad, Brother Roy Price

2017 Roll Call Dinner and Meeting

Worshipful Charlie Vanoni

receives his PM Certificate

2017 Installation of Officers

Shadow Night With the Job’s Daughters

2017 St. Pactricks Day Parade

Gallery

Below are pictures of some of the activities the members of Channel Islands Lodge participate in. Click on the picture to enlarge it.

Our Newest Master Mason

MLK Day with the other

local Lodges

Job’s Daughters Spaghetti

Dinner

Our newest EA at his

first Stated Meeting

Our newest FC

Our newest FC with his

Dad, Brother Roy Price

2017 Roll Call Dinner and Meeting

Worshipful Charlie Vanoni

receives his PM Certificate

2017 Installation of Officers

Shadow Night With the Job’s Daughters

2017 St. Pactricks Day Parade

2017 Trestleboards

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April

2017 Trestleboards

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April

Our Lodge Today
2017 Lodge Officers
Vision 2020 Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   will   be   an   active,   numerically   growing   Lodge   where   members find    a    safe    refuge    with    brothers    and    friends    whom    they    trust,    engaged    closely    with    our community, with a strong financial base, and where the members want to spend their time.
Master Gary Adkinson
Senior Warden Ryan Phillips
Junior Warden Jerry Callaway PM
Our Lodge Today
2017 Lodge Officers
Vision 2020 Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   will   be   an   active,   numerically   growing Lodge   where   members   find   a   safe   refuge   with   brothers   and   friends whom   they   trust,   engaged   closely   with   our   community,   with   a   strong financial base, and where the members want to spend their time.
Master Gary Adkinson
Senior Warden Ryan Phillips
Junior Warden Jerry Callaway PM
In   1870   it   took   a   long   time   to   go   along   the   coast   of   California   from   the   mission   town   of   San Buenaventura,   to   the   other   mission   town   of   Santa   Barbara.   The   best   way   to   travel   then   was   by   horse and   buggy   but   the   road   was   a   rough   and   rugged   one.   When   the   causeway   was   later   built   along   the Rincon   highway,   travelers   could   pass   only   at   low   tide.   Journeys   had   to   be   timed   according   to   the   tide, and it took at least six hours to make the trip one way. We   can   almost   hear   the   conversation   on   that   long   road,   coming   home   from   the   Lodge   at   Santa   Barbara Saturday   night   on   the   full   moon,   when   Lemuel   C.   McKeeby   said   to   Brice   Grimes   and   Henry   Spear: "Why   don't   we   have   a   Masonic   Lodge   in   San   Buenaventura?" They   heartily   agreed,   and   the   rest   of   the ride   really   seemed   short   because   of   the   plans   they   were   formulating.   This   was,   perhaps,   the   very   first thing   which   occurred   in   the   history   of   San   Buenaventura   Lodge,   No.   214,   Free   and Accepted   Masons of the State of California. Click here for the rest of our Lodge’s History
Interested   in   helping   write   the   History   of   the   consolidated   Lodges   for   the   150th   Anniversary   of   Channel   Islands Lodge? We need your help, even if you only have a small piece of the history of one of the Lodges. Please contact Worshipful Bill Kavanaugh.
Channel Islands Lodge No. 214 History
Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   is   a   consolidation   of   4   Lodges,   San   Buenaventura   No.   214,   Poinsettia Lodge   No.   633.   Ojai   Lodge   No.   663   and   Camarillo   Lodge   No.   824.   Below   are   the   histories   of   633,   663 and 824.
In   1870   it   took   a   long   time   to   go   along   the   coast   of   California   from the   mission   town   of   San   Buenaventura,   to   the   other   mission   town   of Santa   Barbara.   The   best   way   to   travel   then   was   by   horse   and   buggy but   the   road   was   a   rough   and   rugged   one.   When   the   causeway   was later   built   along   the   Rincon   highway,   travelers   could   pass   only   at   low tide.   Journeys   had   to   be   timed   according   to   the   tide,   and   it   took   at least six hours to make the trip one way. We   can   almost   hear   the   conversation   on   that   long   road,   coming   home from   the   Lodge   at   Santa   Barbara   Saturday   night   on   the   full   moon, when   Lemuel   C.   McKeeby   said   to   Brice   Grimes   and   Henry   Spear: "Why   don't   we   have   a   Masonic   Lodge   in   San   Buenaventura?"   They heartily   agreed,   and   the   rest   of   the   ride   really   seemed   short   because of   the   plans   they   were   formulating.   This   was,   perhaps,   the   very   first thing   which   occurred   in   the   history   of   San   Buenaventura   Lodge,   No. 214, Free and Accepted Masons of the State of California. Click here for the rest of our Lodge’s History
Interested   in   helping   write   the   History   of   the   consolidated   Lodges   for   the   150th Anniversary of Channel Islands Lodge? We   need   your   help,   even   if   you   only   have   a   small   piece   of   the   history   of   one   of the Lodges. Please contact Worshipful Bill Kavanaugh.
Channel Islands Lodge No. 214 History
Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   is   a   consolidation   of   4   Lodges   San   Buenaventura No.   214,   Poinsettia   Lodge   No.   633.   Ojai   Lodge   No.   663   and   Camarillo   Lodge No. 824. Below are the histories of 633, 663 and 824.
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Channel Islands Lodge 214 482 E. Santa Clara St. Ventura, CA 93001
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If   you   have   questions   about   the   use   of   the   Masonic   Center in    downtown    Ventura,    CA,    please    contact    our    Building Manager by email at   HallManager@channelislandslodge214.org or call 805-320-0330. Thank you and have a wonderful day!
Lodge Phone: 805-641-0214 Email: The Lodge Secretary
Have   additional   questions   on   becoming   a   Mason   or   on   Masonry in   general?      Feel   free   to   contact   us   using   the   information   below.     From   there   you   can   email   the   secretary   of   the   Lodge   and   he will be more than happy to point you in the right direction.
Channel Islands Lodge 214 482 E. Santa Clara St. Ventura, CA 93001
If you have a comment or suggestion concerning our Web Site please contact us by email at: 214.web.and.trestleboard@gmail.com
Lodge Phone: 805-641-0214 Email: The Lodge Secretary
If   you   have   questions   about   the   use   of   the   Masonic   Center in    downtown    Ventura,    CA,    please    contact    our    Building Manager by email at   HallManager@channelislandslodge214.org or call 805-320-0330. Thank you and have a wonderful day!

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 San Buenaventura Masonic Center 482 E. Santa Clara St., Ventura, California
Contact Us At Building Manager Phone 805 320-0330 Email HallManager@channelislandslodge214.org
Need a place to hold a meeting or dinner? Our Dining Hall holds up 192 people for Dining.  More without tables.
Need a smaller place to hold a meeting? Our Library can seat up to 75 people.
Interested in more information about our facilities? 
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 San Buenaventura Masonic Center 482 E. Santa Clara St., Ventura, California
Contact Us At Building Manager Phone 805 320-0330 Email HallManager@channelislandslodge214.org
Need a place to hold a meeting or dinner? Our Dining Hall holds up 192 people for Dining.  More without tables.
Need a smaller place to hold a meeting? Our Library can seat up to 75 people.
Interested in more information about our facilities? 
Click on the picture to enlarge
 Raising A Reader
In   an   effort   to   support   the   long-held   belief   that   elementary   school   literacy   is   of   the   utmost   importance   to   our   nation, the   members   of   Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   have   made   a   commitment   to   support   the   “Raising   a   Reader”   program.     This   is   a   nationwide   program   that   has   had   great   success   in,   not   only   in   improving   the   reading   skills   of   students   who   are   off to a slow start, but also fosters a student’s love of reading which extends into the family.  While   Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   is   initiating   this   program,   other   Lodges   in   this   local   area   as   well   as   community groups   and   individuals   are   invited   to   join   with   us   in   participating   in,   assisting   with,   and   supporting   this   award-winning program.  The   Lodge’s   participation   in   “Raising   a   Reader”   is   off   to   a   great   start   with   actual   classroom   activities   scheduled   to begin in the Fall of this year. Providing   special   printed   materials   and   teacher-training   naturally   requires   sound   financial   support.      While   Channel Islands   Lodge   No.   214   will   take   the   lead   in   getting   this   project   “off   the   ground”   financially,   financial   participation   from others   will   be   needed.      Since   all   donations   will   be   handled   by   the   “Raising   a   Reader”   account   of   the   Grand   Lodge Foundation, they qualify as 501c3 donations and are therefore tax deductible. We will provide more details as they become available. For a more detailed description of the “Raising a Reader” program, please go to raisingareader.org.
 Raising A Reader
In   an   effort   to   support   the   long-held   belief   that   elementary   school literacy   is   of   the   utmost   importance   to   our   nation,   the   members   of Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   have   made   a   commitment   to   support the   “Raising   a   Reader”   program.      This   is   a   nationwide   program   that has   had   great   success   in,   not   only   in   improving   the   reading   skills   of students   who   are   off   to   a   slow   start,   but   also   fosters   a   student’s   love of reading which extends into the family.  While   Channel   Islands   Lodge   No.   214   is   initiating   this   program, other   Lodges   in   this   local   area   as   well   as   community   groups   and individuals   are   invited   to   join   with   us   in   participating   in,   assisting with, and supporting this award-winning program.  The   Lodge’s   participation   in   “Raising   a   Reader”   is   off   to   a   great start   with   actual   classroom   activities   scheduled   to   begin   in   the   Fall   of this year. Providing   special   printed   materials   and   teacher-training   naturally requires   sound   financial   support.      While   Channel   Islands   Lodge   No. 214    will    take    the    lead    in    getting    this    project    “off    the    ground” financially,   financial   participation   from   others   will   be   needed.      Since all   donations   will   be   handled   by   the   “Raising   a   Reader”   account   of the   Grand   Lodge   Foundation,   they   qualify   as   501c3   donations   and   are therefore tax deductible. We will provide more details as they become available. For a more detailed description of the “Raising a Reader” program, please go to raisingareader.org.
Masonic Family Happenings Ventura, California
2017 Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Masonic Family Happenings Ventura, California
2017 Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade
Ventura Masonic Family Calendar
Ventura Masonic Family Calendar
San Buenaventura Assembly No. 107 International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Ventura, California
Our Installation of Officers
Our New and Old Rainbow Dad
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San Buenaventura Assembly No. 107 meets at 7:00 P.M. on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at the San Buenaventura Masonic Center, 482 E. Santa Clara St., Ventura, CA
Our Pledge Girls made cookies and delivered them the the Veterans Home in Ventura
St. Patirck’s Day Parade
San Buenaventura Assembly No. 107 International Order of the Rainbow for Girls Ventura, California
Our Installation of Officers
Our New and Old Rainbow Dad
Click to enlarge the photo
San Buenaventura Assembly No. 107 meets at 7:00 P.M. on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at the San Buenaventura Masonic Center, 482 E. Santa Clara St., Ventura, CA
Our Pledge Girls made cookies and delivered them the the Veterans Home in Ventura
St. Patirck’s Day Parade
San Buenaventura Assembly No. 107  Calendar
Bethel No. 89 Job’s Daughters International Ventura, California
Bethel No. 89 Meets 7:00 P.M. on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each Month at the San Buenaventura Masonic Center located at 482 E. Santa Clara Street, Ventura, CA 93001.
We joined the Masons of Channel Islands Lodge and marched in the City of Ventura’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade.
Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
2nd Annual Spaghetti Dinner
Daughters and Helpers
We   are   an   active   growing   Bethel   with   girls   that   like   to   learn   new   things   and   have   fun.   Below   are   some   of   the   activities we have enjoyed this year. Please click on the photos below to enlarge them
Lazer Tag after our Installation
Shadow Night with the Masons
The Masons joined us for Dinner
Serving our Guests
Our Cook Crew
Having Fun with the Masons
The   DeMolay   presented the Flower Talk
Bethel No. 89 Job’s Daughters International Ventura, California
Bethel No. 89 Meets 7:00 P.M. on the 2nd and 4th Wednesdays of each Month at the San Buenaventura Masonic Center located at 482 E. Santa Clara Street, Ventura, CA 93001.
We    joined    the    Masons    of    Channel    Islands    Lodge    No.    214    and marched in the City of Ventura’s Saint Patrick’s Day Parade.
Saint Patrick’s Day Parade
2nd Annual Spaghetti Dinner
Daughters and Helpers
We   are   an   active   growing   Bethel   with   girls   that   like   to   learn   new things   and   have   fun.   Below   are   some   of   the   activities   we   have enjoyed this year. Please click on the photos below to enlarge them
Lazer Tag after our Installation
Shadow Night with the Masons
Our Cook Crew
Serving our Guests
The Masons joined us for Dinner
Having Fun with the Masons
The   DeMolay   presented   the Flower Talk
Bethel No. 89 Calendar
Conejo Valley and Santa Barbara Chapters DeMolay International Thousand Oaks and Santa Barbara, California
Conejo    Valley     Chapter     meets     on     the     2nd     and     4th Thursdays    at    the    Conejo   Valley    Masonic    Center,    2786 Crescent Way, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Santa Barbara Chapter meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at the Santa Barbara Masonic Center, 16 E Carrillo St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Santa Barbara DeMolay joined the Masons of Channel Islands Lodge No. 214 to march in the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Conejo Valley DeMolay spent an afternoon at the Ultra Zone Laser Tag
Outdoor Degrees in Bakersfield
Joint Installation of Conejo and Santa Barbara Chapters
Conejo Valley and Santa Barbara Chapters DeMolay International Thousand Oaks and Santa Barbara, California
Conejo    Valley     Chapter     meets     on     the     2nd     and     4th Thursdays    at    the    Conejo   Valley    Masonic    Center,    2786 Crescent Way, Thousand Oaks, CA 91362
Santa Barbara Chapter meets on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays at the Santa Barbara Masonic Center, 16 E Carrillo St, Santa Barbara, CA 93101
Santa Barbara DeMolay joined the Masons of Channel Islands Lodge No. 214 to march in the Annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
Conejo Valley DeMolay spent an afternoon at the Ultra Zone Laser Tag
Outdoor Degrees in Bakersfield
Joint Installation of Conejo and Santa Barbara Chapters
Channel Islands Chapter No. 78 Order of the Eastern Star Ventura, California
Channel Islands Chapter No. 78 meets at 7:30 P.M. on the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at the San Buenaventura Masonic Center, 482 E. Santa Clara St., Ventura, CA
Contact us at: infoci78oes@gmail.com
Our 2017 Officers
Channel Islands Chapter No. 78 Order of the Eastern Star Ventura, California
Channel Islands Chapter No. 78 meets at 7:30 P.M. on the 2nd and 4th Friday of the month at the San Buenaventura Masonic Center, 482 E. Santa Clara St., Ventura, CA
Contact us at: infoci78oes@gmail.com
Our 2017 Officers
Channel Islands Chapter No. 78  Calendar
Ventura York Rite Ventura, California
Ventura Royal Arch Chapter No. 50 First Monday of the month at 7:00 PM Dark July and August
Ventura Council No. 15 Third Monday of odd months at 7:00 PM
Ventura Commandery No. 18 Third Monday of even months at 7:00 PM
Ventura York Rite Ventura, California
Ventura Royal Arch Chapter No. 50 First Monday of the month at 7:00 PM Dark July and August
Ventura Council No. 15 Third Monday of odd months at 7:00 PM
Ventura Commandery No. 18 Third Monday of even months at 7:00 PM
Ventura York Rite Calendar