March 9th, 2024

The 100th Anniversary of 

John E. Mair Lodge No. 729

On March 9, 2024 celebrate our Lodge's first 100 years with a very special evening featuring a sumptuous buffet, entertainment, and a visit from Right Worshipful Grand Master of Pennsylvania, Larry Derr! 

Beginning at 5:00pm, and held at John E. Mair Lodge, 340 Clay Ave., Mars, PA.


Join us on Saturday, March 9th beginning for a celebratory evening of 100 years of Freemasonry here in Southern Butler County.

*Tickets are limited to this intimate event, please make your reservations asap!

A visit from our
Right Worshipful
Grand Master

Larry Derr

Do not miss this very special visit.

Right Worshipful Grand Master Larry Derr & Officers of the Grand Lodge of the Pennsylvania will honor this occasion as our very special guests.

A Truly

Our History

100 Years of Masonic History 

A night full of surprises will include a formal recognition of the Right Worshipful Grand Master & Officers, as well as a historical presentation on the history and highlights of John E. Mair Lodge No. 729.

Buffet Dinner

John Marshall Catering

Hors D'oeuvres, Dinner & Dessert

Lodge member John Marshall and his team are preparing a sumptuous buffet feast for this memorable evening. Only $50.00 per person.


Your cost is only $50.00 per person to attend this once-in-a-lifetime event. 

(Our apologies, all sales are final, no refunds)

Complete our form below, and a link to for payment instructions will be sent to you by email after submission (PLEASE check your spam folders).

Please return your payment promptly.

Formal attire kindly requested.

Events begins at 5:00pm, located at John E. Mair Lodge, 340 Clay Ave., Mars, PA.

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About John E. Mair Lodge No. 729

John E. Mair Lodge was chartered on March 5th, of 1924, right here in Mars, PA by our founder and local businessman John Ervin Mair.  Mair served as the first Worshipful Master of the lodge in 1924 and 1925. He was a Mars resident for 26 years. Mair served as Deputy Grand Master of the 54th District of Free and Accepted Masons of PA. He was also a member of the Syria Shrine, Masonic Veterans, the Pittsburgh Athletic Association and the Mars board of education. He was also active in the local Butler County Boy Scouts. John E. Mair died in September of 1949, but his legacy as a Freemason lives on in the lodge named after him.

John E. Mair Lodge No. 729