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Welcome to the Scottish Society of Richmond

Who We Are

 We are thrilled to be celebrating our 40th anniversary. In February of 1978, eight enthusiastic people met to create an organization for the purpose of sharing their common heritage with others. It took some hard work and support to create the "Scottish Society of Richmond, Va". The bylaws were written by the committee, and on September 7th at a general meeting, they were adopted.

Membership

We welcome new members.  Membership is a great way to meet and share stories with people with similar interests, stay informed on the latest Scottish American cultural news, and stay active in the Virginia Scottish scene.  For more information please click here.   We're excited to have you join the team! 

Newsletter

The River City Caledonian, our quarterly newsletter, features upcoming events, society news, a local and regional events Calendar, and authentic Scottish recipes. This quarter's featured clan is Clan Graham.  For the most up-to-date Society News please click here.

Churchill Irish Festival

Thank you everyone who marched with us in the Churchill Irish Festival parade on March 23, 2019. 

Email Updates and Newsletters

In the News

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BURNS NIGHT CELEBRATION 2019

 We would like to say a very special thank you to Benedictine College Preparatory and all those who helped make of 40th Burns Night Celebration a success!!!  

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Central Virginia Celtic Festival & Highland Games

 The Central Virginia Celtic Festival & Highland Games : October 27th & 28th 2018 

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Walkerton Tavern “Bagpipes and Kilts.”

Members of the Scottish Society of Richmond gathered at Walkerton Tavern for “Bagpipes and Kilts.” 


The Society's activities were featured in the Henrico Citizen. Read all about it: 

https://www.henricocitizen.com/articles/scottish-society-celebrates-40-years/

Contact Us

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