**PLEASE NOTE: Hope Abbey last Sunday open houses have resumed. Visitors must wear masks and maintain appropriate social distance. There will be no restroom facilities.**
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.
Music to Die For is a free, all-acoustic summer concert series in Hope Abbey. The hour-long concerts are held at 2 pm on the last Sunday of each month, from June through October. **Unfortunately, because of the COVID-19 virus, we have had to cancel the 2020 series. We hope to bring it back next year.**
Donations to Eugene Masonic Cemetery Association qualify for the Oregon Cultural Trust tax credit. See OCT’s web site for more information on how to participate.
In addition to traditional burial plots, the Eugene Masonic Cemetery offers a variety of services and memorials. Our administrator will be happy to help you with your choices.
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