Myrtle Lodge 108

When do we meet?

Myrtle Lodge meets year round. If you are traveling and would like to attend our lodge please arrive at least 10 min early so we may introduce ourselves. Access to the lodge is on the back of the building next to the Issaquah fish hatchery.

Physical Meeting Address              Correspondence Mailing Address

Myrtle Lodge                                     Myrtle Lodge 108

57 W Sunset Way                              PO Box 766

Issaquah, WA                                    Issaquah, WA 98027

Stated meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month and start at 7:30 pm 

Interested in Masonry?

Join us at the Gaslamp Bar & Grill Saturday mornings at 9:00 am.

If you are interested in what Masonry is, what we do and/or are looking to join Masonry please come join us. This is open to anyone so please bring your significant other, friends and children along.

Gaslamp Bar & Grill

1315 NW Mall St.

Issaquah, WA

Or Contact Us 

Why is our name Myrtle?

     Myrtle is short for Myrtlewood and is also known as the California Bay Laurel, Pepperwood, Oregon Myrtle, or Oregon Myrtlewood. It is a multi-trunked broadleaf hardwood evergreen tree that can live for several hundred years, regenerating itself from its roots if the trunk and branches are damaged.

     Myrtle exemplifies the Masonic tenants of strength and resilience. Two qualities that are foundational to taking care of those around us, having a positive influence on our community and doing good work on behalf of the Supreme Architect*. To put it simply "Do good unto all."

*Since Freemasonry is not a religion people of all faiths join. The term "Supreme Architect" is our way of respectfully referring to the Supreme Deity of any faith.