Coylumbridge, Aviemore, Scotland
September 5-8, 2019
Loch Morlich in the Cairngorms National Park. Photo credit Visit Scotland and photographer Kenny Lam
MacAulays (of all spellings) will gather in the beautiful Cairngorms National Park at the Hilton Coylumbridge, Aviemore on September 5th to 8th in 2019. It will be a time to connect with our fellow MacAulays, make new friends and reacquaint with friends you’ve made at previous Gatherings. Continue reading
One of the most prominent MacAulays in Ireland (she’s on their money!) and in the United States is the Irish-born Sister Catherine McAuley. She founded the Sisters of Mercy and by extension, Mercy Health, the 5th largest healthcare system in the United States. Mercy Health is headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri. Her legacy has impacted literally millions of people worldwide. Click here to read about this amazing woman.
Contributor: Mike Macauley, Commissioner, Northern Missouri
Information sourced from Wikipedia.
The small historic hamlet of Ste. Genevieve, Missouri, nestled on the west bank of the Mississippi River, hosted its first ever Scottish Festival and Games over the weekend of April 7 & 8. Click here to read all about it!
Contributors: Clan commissioners Bob Macauley (Southern Missouri) and Mike Macauley (Northern Missouri)
Historic Scotland and Stirling Castle invite you to join them for a musically themed weekend, where they will take a melodic journey through time! From 12:30pm – 4:30 pm see how music has evolved over the years.
Please note: The change of date from the published date in the Historic Scotland Members magazine.
Have a wonderful Tartan Day everyone! And remember to send pictures of you proudly wearing your MacAulay tartan to email@example.com.
The new issue of MacAulay Matters newsletter is now available here!
Please find attached the excellent AHCS Newsletter produced by our Association of Highland Clans and Societies Chairman Graeme Mackenzie. It’s filled with information to keep us up to date on all that we’ve done over the past year and the forthcoming events for 2018/19. Check out page 15 for a recap of our 2017 MacAulay International Gathering in Carrickfergus as submitted by our very own Laurence McAuley, Gathering Chair and Commissioner for Northern Ireland.
CULLODEN WEEKEND LECTURE/TALK
Friday 13th April, 7.00 p.m. for 7.30 p.m. (Refreshments of tea/coffee and shortbread available from 7.00 p.m.), Waterside Hotel, 19 Ness Bank, Inverness, IV2 4SF
An Illustrated talk by Gregor Ewing ” Charlie, Meg and me – Following in Prince Charlie’s footsteps after the battle of Culloden”
The Grantown-on-Spey Museum will be hosting “Talks with Authors” during the month of March. Click here for more details and enjoy!
Take off in 2018 with The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo as they celebrate ‘The Sky’s the Limit’, embracing Scotland’s Year of Young People with colourful performers from across the globe.
With Switzerland’s Top Secret Drum Corps, The Central Band of the Czech Armed Forces and the Royal Air Force as they mark their 100th Anniversary, the 2018 Tattoo is sure to fly high.
We are reaching out to Scots, Scottish interest groups and others around the globe to publicise a crowd funding request in support our major new drama with music, ROBERT BURNS: FOR LOVE AND LIBERTY. It brings the inspiring and colourful life story of the young Bard to the theatre with a vibrant, passionate, and enthralling production. We are planning to stage the play c/w new music using Burns’ lyrics in Glasgow at Burns Night next year, with follow-on plans to then take it to Scots around the globe. Continue reading