the Grand Ballroom!
The Erie Masonic Temple is pleased to announce a major investment in the comfort of our clients and guests. Peach Street
was closed between West Seventh and West Eighth streets on Monday, June 4 while a crane delivered
our new air conditioning system for the Grand Ball Room to be installed by Rabe Environmental.
The Grand Ball Room at the Masonic Temple is a favorite event space for banquets and receptions, with a newly refurbished hardwood
suspended dance floor and elegant decor. The new air conditioning system significantly enhances guest comfort, and will open
additional summer 2018 and 2019 dates for banquets and receptions. Contact the Masonic Temple event coordinator, Marty Pituch,
at 814-459-2425 Ext 2 to learn more.
The Masonic Temple
Built in 1909, the Masonic Temple is one of the most architecturally distinguished buildings in the City of Erie. The original
woodwork, plaster-relief ceilings and marble-blocked corridors are unmatched in any other building in the city.
The Masonic Temple serves as the meeting place for several Masonic and related organizations, and also is an office building with
many professional firms and storefront businesses in residence.