Kenai Lodge No. 11, originally of the Grand Lodge of Washington, first received dispensation to work on January 29, 1971, and was chartered as Kenai Lodge No. 307 on June 21, 1972.
On February 7, 1981, the M.W. Grand Lodge of F. & A.M. of Alaska opened its Constitutional Communication in Ample Form at 10:30 am. Resolutions were adopted and Kenai Lodge was re-chartered by Grand Lodge of Alaska, the charter for the lodge having been assigned a number according to the ages of the lodges, as Kenai Lodge No. 11.
36081 Kenai Spur Highway
Soldotna, AK 99669
Location & Meetings:
Kenai No. 11 meets on the Second and Fourth Thursdays of the months of January – May, September, and October at 7pm, and on the Second Thursdays in June – August, November, and December.
We look forward to seeing you!
A Native American word, Kenai translates to “flat lands.”
Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula offers adventure opportunities galore, from world-class fishing and river rafting to wildlife viewing and photography. Hike to the ice-blue Exit Glacier in Seward or kayak along the coves of Kachemak Bay near Homer.
Spend time in Alaska Native and Russian history in Ninilchik, look for moose and bears in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, or spot whales and other marine life in Kenai Fjords National Park out of Seward.
If you’re ready for world class fishing, you’ll want to engage in salmon fishing on Kenai River or launch off a Cook Inlet beach for halibut fishing in Anchor Point. The Kenai Peninsula is an easy drive south from Anchorage, with stunning views of Turnagain Arm and the Chugach Mountains.