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Join in the fun. Come out and meet members of our society at any of the following events. Members, if you would like to get involved in any of the activities listed below, just click on the "Send Email" link on the left side of this page. Most of the event titles listed below, are links that provide access to additional information about the event...so "click away!"

Robert Burns Night Dinner & Dance
(Sponsored by: Dallas chapter of The Daughters of Caledonia.)

Held each year on a Saturday evening in late January. (Burns was born on January 25, 1759.)
Saturday, January 26, 2019
Doors open at 6pm; Dinner at 7pm.

Note: Five of the last seven Burns dinners were Sell Outs!
So don't wait until the last minute to get your 2019 tickets!

North Texas Irish Festival
(Sponsored by the Southwest Celtic Music Assoc.)

March 2-4, 2018
Fair Park, Dallas, TX
Come visit us in the "Scottish Village," comprised of about 28 to 30 clans and
Scottish-related societies. Better yet, get involved by joining one of them!

Thanks to all of you who stopped by our booth in 2108. It was a great festival for us! We met lots and lots of festival goers and had excellent "booth support" from our members... Thank you all and we look forward to seeing you again in 2019.


Member Sharon Wolf visits with guest.

Above, member Sharon Wolf (left) speaks with a guest at the 2017 Irish Fest,
at Fair Park, in Dallas. And yes ... that is the Hogwarts Railway pictured in front
of Sharon. It is a real steam train running in west-central Scotland, between
Fort William and the port city of Mallaig. You may ride it, when you visit
Scotland!   Below, President Larry Duncan (right) speaks with another guest.
(Fotos by Fischer)

Pres. Larry Duncan speaks to a guest.



A quiet moment in our on Sunday morning.

If you've not been by our booth at Irish Festival, it is always a
"double-wide" affair (prominently marked by the flags over the
left hand tent) as shown above during a quiet moment on Sunday
morning, at the 2017 festival. (Foto by Fischer)

Sherman Celtic Festival & Highland Games
(Sponsored by the Sherman Pipes & Drums)

2019 Date will be posted as soon as it is available.
(Generally held on the last Saturday of the month.)
Sherman, Texas

We want to thank all the festival attendees who dropped by our tent to visit with us. It was a pleasure meeting each and everyone of you. Moreover, a huge thank you is owed the Society members who came out to volunteer in the tent.


Guest Wendy Woods & son, at Sherman Festival, 2018.

Guest Wendy Woods and her grandson stopped by our tent and posed for a picture with Pres. Larry
Duncan and long time 'adjunct' member, Brooke Sym, at the Sherman Celtic Festival, March 24, 2018.
(Photo by David Woods)


Members Margaret and Linda at Sherman Festival, 2017.

Guests check out the maps, photos, flags and other display items
at the Sherman Celtic Festival, March 24, 2018.

Texas Scottish Festival & Highland Games

May, 2019
(Exact date will be posted when available.)

The Society would like to thank those of you who stopped by our tent on the weekend
of May 12 & 13, 2018. It was a pleasure visiting with you and we hope that you'll see
fit to join us at a meeting - as our quest(s) - at some point in the future. We'd love to
have you check out our "wee" group. Who knows ... you even might decide to join us.

The Society wants to thank the following members for their support and participation:
Fiona Alpaugh, John & Margaret Aitken, James & Mark Clark, Larry & Sue Duncan,
Larry "Max" Maxwell, Marissa McCartney, David Rave and Sharon Wolf.

The Society's tent at the 2018 TSF in Decatur, TX.

On the weekend of May 12 & 13, the Society participated in the Texas Scottish Festival
& Highland Games at their new location: the Wise County Fairgrounds, in Decatur.
(Photo by Duncan)

J. Aitken (4th from left) works the Society's tent at the 2016 Arlington games.

Member John Aitken (4th from left) visits with guests on
Saturday, May 14, 2016, at the Texas Scottish Festival.
(Photo by Teakell.)

Plano International Festival

This event is free to the public.
2019 Date: TBD
(Usually held on a Saturday, in early to mid-October.)
Hours are from: 11am to 5pm

Members talk to attendees at the 2015 Plano International Fest.
Member John Aitken talks to attendees at the 2015,
Plano International Fest, on Saturday, October 18.
(Photo by Duncan)

Member Stan O. visits with festival goers.
New member Stan Oliver, making his debut appearence
in our booth, talks to guests at the 2015, Plano Fest.
(Photo by Duncan)

DHD and Society members danced.
As in past years, the Dallas Highland Dancers, supported by members of the
Society, demonstrated a variety of Scottish dances at the Plano Fest.
(Photo by Duncan)

St. Andrew's Dinner & Dance
(A Society sponsored event.)

Wyndham Dallas Suites - Park Central
7800 Alpha Road, Dallas, 75240

2019 Date TBD.

Salado Gathering of the Clans and Highland Games

Sponsored by: Central Texas Area Museum
2019 Dates: TBD, generally the second full weekend in November.
Members in our tent at the 2011 games.
Members Chris Farrar and John Aitken "working" our booth at the 2011
games in Salado -- the 50th annual Salado games!     (Foto By Fischer)
Jet con-trails in the skies over Salado.
The 2010 Salado Gathering of the Clans was "topped off" by a pair of
jet con-trails forming a St. Andrew's Cross on a blue field overhead.
How appropriate was that?!?     (Foto By Fischer)
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