Stay Healthy everyone. 

There are a couple of virtual events that are coming up.  

First is the Austin Celtic Festival  As most in person events have been cancelled this one will be virtual.

Secondly we have been invited to participate in the St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal’s UN-Ball this November 27th.  If you would like to participate please let me know so I can get let the organization know.

We are pleased to extend an invitation to Celtic societies worldwide for our special 2020 Montreal St. Andrew’s Society UN-Ball to be held online on Friday, November 27 at 7:30 p.m. (GMT-5). We would be delighted if you would join us!

This virtual event will feature Scottish music, piping and dancing (including a unique dance lesson!)—many of the traditions much loved at our annual Ball.

Please let us know if a representative from your society will be able to join in the fun. We will send a Zoom link to all our registered guests on the morning of the event.

Details for the UN-Ball can be found on our website at www.standrewsball.com. We are also gratefully accepting online donations If you wish to support the charitable work of the St. Andrew’s Society.

It would be a tremendous honour to include your society in our gathering!

Sincerely,

Guthrie Stewart
St. Andrew’s Society Ball Chair
Montreal, Quebec, Canada

If you are a Society member and are struggling with food resources during this time. Reach out and we may be able to provide assistance.

Check up on your friends. 

IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF SOME MASKS TO STAY SAFE AND ARE LOOKING FOR SOMETHING WITH A SCOTTISH FLARE CONSIDER SUPPORTING A SOCIETY MEMBER’S BUSINESS.

 

The Scottish Society of San Antonio is a non-profit organization incorporated within the State of Texas whose objectives are to stimulate, encourage, support, and sponsor activities which lead to the preservation of Scottish customs, traditions, and culture.

Meetings are held the second Tuesday of the month at 7:00PM at the Cross Roads Church, 8102 Midcrown Drive, Windcrest, TX 78239

Join us to celebrate the history and culture of Scotland