President: Scott Stuart
Vice President: Don Hamilton
Treasurer/Web: Linda Watson
Secretary: Margo Miller
Director: Larry Ross
Past President: Bob Miller
Fourth Monday of the month
Everyone is welcome to join us.
Central Winds Park, 1000 East State Road 434,Winter Springs, Florida
407-I AM SCOT (426-7268)
Area Scottish clans and societies gather to compete in rigorous athletic events, dancing and piping to celebrate their rich heritage at the Central Florida Scottish HighlandGames. Sponsored by the Scottish-American Society of Central Florida, the Games feature such crowd favorites as Tossing the Caber, Sheaf Toss and Hammer Throw, as well as the second-largest highlanddancecompetition in the Southeastern United States, five skill levels of piping competition and various children’s activities. Admission is charged. For more information about the 2011 Central Florida Scottish Highland Games, visit www.flascot.com.
Robert Burn’s Birthday Celebration late-January
So as not to conflict with the Scottish Highland Games in early January, the date for the Robert Burn’s birthday celebration will be moved to either the last Saturday in January. More information to follow at a later date … but please mark these tentative dates on your calendars now! Scottish dancers will be the entertainment at this event. Make your reservation
Tartan Day, Americans of Scottish descent have played a vibrant and influential role in the development of the United States. From the framers of the Declaration of Independence to the first man on the moon, Scottish-Americans have contributed mightily to the fields of the arts, science, politics, law, and more. Today, over eleven million Americans claim Scottish and Scotch-Irish roots -- making them the eighth largest ethnic group in the United States. These are the people and accomplishments that are honored on National Tartan Day, April 6th.
Kirkin O' Tartan, in continual celebration of its annual Kirkin’ 'O' The Tartan, invites all descendants of Scotland to come and join us the weekend prior to the for a century-old traditional ceremony that honors our ancestors and our heritage. Usually held at Knowles Memorial Chapel on the campus of Rollins College in early-April.
Annual Membership Meeting and INSTALLATION OF OFFICERS: -April
The meeting is held at a local establishment to be announced.