• Denver, CO
    March 20, 2021
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm
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Event Phone: (970) 397-9111

Live at the following venue or, if you can’t make that, register for Live Streaming.

Due to ongoing Covid-19 restrictions, “In-Class” seating is limited to 25, so, in addition to In-Class, the workshop will also be streamed live. If you register for live stream on Zoom, you will receive an email with the Zoom “Meeting ID” prior to the course start day.

    • This course meets the requirements for 8 CE hours in Colorado, Wyoming and New Mexico.
    • Check-in starts at 7:30 AM and class begins at 8:00 AM and ends at 5 PM.
    • There will be a 1 hour lunch break between noon and 1 PM.
    • In-Class seating limited to 25
    • If you are registering for Live Streaming, please log in at least 15 minutes early.
    • Limited refreshments for In-Class.
    • IAEI 2020 NEC Analysis of Code Changes book: You will have the option to purchase the book for an additional $75 during the registration process.

The Rocky Mountain IAEI is a Colorado, Wyoming and approved education provider.

Venue:   Denver, CO – Park Hill Masonic Lodge

Venue Phone: (303) 393-7825

Venue Website: http://parkhill148.org/default.htm

Address:
Park Hill Masonic Lodge

4819 Montview Boulevard
Denver, CO 80207



Venue:  

Venue Phone: (303) 393-7825

Venue Website:

Address:
4819 Montview Boulevard, Denver, Colorado, 80207, United States

Description:

Welcome to Park Hill Lodge No. 148

The Masons

History
For some years prior to the organization of Park Hill Lodge, that section of Denver known as Park Hill had been one of the most attractive, newest and rapidly expanding better residential areas in the city of Denver.  The new residents commenced to have mutual interests as home owners and as Masons.  On August 5, 1915, a meeting was held in the Montview Boulevard Presbyterian Church, and before it adjourned, a motion had been put and carried that a Masonic lodge be established in Park Hill. It is interesting to note that the Lodge issued a resolution thanking the church for the Lodge’s treatment, this being done at its last stated communication to be held in the church, November 19, 1925. *