I will be speaking at The Chancellor Robert R Livingston Library and Museum, NYC, on February 23. The talk will start at 6:30 pm, and, with questions and perhaps a bit of hanging out after, it should go on until around 8 pm.

I will be discussing Masonic symbolism, and showing a few of my painting (which will be used to illustrate the talk).

If you’re interested to attend, you can find out more details, and RSVP, here.

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  • Hello Mr.Millar I’m hoping to attend . I do have a question regarding attire . Is it formal ? Or casual ? And non masons can attend ? Thank you Danny

    Danny Baptista The Stepping Razor, Brooklyn NY 11206, The SteppingRazor.com

    • The talk is open to the public, so you do not need to be a Freemason. I believe the suggested attire is business casual, but I would think casual is fine. It is a good idea to RSVP by emailing info@nymasoniclibrary.org, however, just in case it gets crowded. Also, bring some ID, as you will need this to get into the building.

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