Click here to read Celtic Canada’s holiday issue! Includes an interview with international fiddlers Natalie MacMaster and Donnell Leahy and some Celtic Christmas Fare recipes!
ScotlandShop’s Tartan Ted flew out to California for St. Andrew’s Day and met up with the North Coast Scottish Society before starting his travels coast to coast to reach New York and march down 6th Avenue at the Tartan Day Parade April 6, 2019. Continue reading
Check out the ‘best of’ edition of Celtic Life International for 2018. Read about the Irish Rovers, the Chieftains, Loreena McKennit, the changing taste, face and headspace of Northern Ireland and so much more!
A very happy St. Andrew’s Day from MacAulays across the world. What are you doing to celebrate? Send your photos with your name and a caption to the Clan MacAulay Secretary.
To bring a smile we invite you to watch Visit Scotland’s video of St. Andrew’s Day where they invited ‘Andrews’ from across Europe to St. Andrew’s to celebrate his day. Enjoy!
To learn more about St. Andrew and the Saltire visit Visit Scotland’s informative webpage.
Celebrating is what we do really well in Scotland, and if there is one day of the year where you’ll hear a lot of noise from us, it’s St Andrew’s Day (30 November) when Scots and Scots-at-heart celebrate the patron saint of Scotland and our national day with a holiday and fantastic events, which showcase the very best of Scottish culture. Enjoy a lively programme of events and festivals happening towards the end of November, featuring uniquely Scottish line-ups of music, dance, food and drink.
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The Saltire Society, Highland Branch, warmly invites you and your friends to their St Andrew’s Day Lunch at the Craigmonie Hotel, Inverness on Saturday 1st December. A Scottish themed lunch will be followed by a presentation by Derek Alexander, head of archaeological services with the National Trust for Scotland. He’ll discuss recent research in Glencoe and Glenshiel, two sites associated with the Jacobites but much less well investigated than Culloden. Please click here for more information and to register.