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Eugene Masonic Cemetery
Eugene Masonic Cemetery
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Full of Life

This community treasure is listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Remarkably, it is also an active, operating cemetery. Established in 1859, Eugene’s first cemetery includes pioneers, such as city founder Eugene Skinner and artist Maude Kerns. The cemetery retains “Masonic” in its name, as an important historic reference, but is no longer officially affiliated.

Volunteers are invited to work parties every third Friday of each month from 10 am to noon. Meet at the Garden Cottage near Hope Abbey.

Music to Die For is a free, all-acoustic summer concert series in Hope Abbey, at 2 p.m. on the last Sunday of each month. Come early for seating.

July 27th: Heartwood Consort
Instrumental music of the Baroque
August 31st: Linda Danielson & Janet Naylor. Celtic and old English music with fiddle and Celtic harp
September 28th: David Gross & Jerry Goodman. Folk, blues, and jazz with guitar and violin
October 26th: Clefs of Insanity. Eclectic a cappella contemporary singing


EMCA
PO Box 5934
Eugene, OR 97405


Main Entrance Gate:
25th Ave & University Street
Eugene, Oregon


For more information, contact:
EMCA@efn.org
Phone: (541) 684-0949