In a tradition that dates back to the early 16th century, the desire to promote a greater degree of fellowship and kinship between Free and Accepted Masons saw the organization establish what has become known as the Table Lodge.
A special meeting that includes a feast, a series of toasts and the singing of Masonic songs, this event has been carried on to prescribe reverence for divinity and the moral law, strengthen the devotion that Masons hold for their lodge and country, and to increase the unity and fellowship of the craft.
Burbank Lodge No. 406 recently presented a Table Lodge that was presided over by the organization's Worshipful Master Steven Harris. Honored with the presence of Frank Loui, who serves as the California Grand Master of Masons, the group were also pleased to have Tommy Chavies, who serves as the worshipful master of the Pasadena Masonic chapter, as their guest.