Sunday breakfasts return at Lodge in Fredonia
Forest Lodge 166 F&A.M. will be restarting its monthly Sunday Family Breakfast this weekend from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30p.m.
This all-you-can-eat breakfast will consist of eggs made to order, pancakes or French toast, sausages, fruit cocktail, juice, milk, coffee and tea.
Adults and teenagers 13 and up are $9, Children 5-12 are $5 with those under 5 free. There will also be a 50-50 raffle to help us to support our building fund.
This breakfast is open to the public, and everyone is welcome and cordially invited to attend. Anyone with interests in, or has questions about Free Masonry will be given a tour of the building at the asking. Forest Lodge is located at 321 E. Main St., Fredonia.
The Freemasons of the Chautauqua County District have been active since 1816, formally starting in the town of Pomfret, in the hamlet of Canadaway, later to be chartered as the Village of Fredonia. The Lodge will be offering up a view of some of the Historical items on display, in the dining room, as well as in our extensive library upstairs, available for touring upon asking. Town of Pomfret Historian Todd Langworthy will also be on hand with historical displays and materials throughout the breakfast.
Added precautions will be taken in order to help keep guests safe, including eliminating any self-serve items. Fruit cocktail, juice, milk, coffee, and tea will be available to be served upon request. Masks are recommended for all guests until seated, but required for any who are unvaccinated, due to the age and vulnerability of our guests and membership.