Upcoming Celtic Events in Central PA

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Celtic Christmas Concert in Historic Church with Charlie Zahm and Tad Marks

Sunday 10th December 2023
2:00 PM
Old Monaghan Church
15 E. Church St.  Dillsburg PA 17019


Want to know what goes on at a Burns Night Supper? 

Please click on the link  of our Burns Night Supper that highlights our 2023 event celebrating Robert Burns.  This an opportunity for those who have never attended one to see what they can expect to experience at Burns Night 2024.   Recording provided by USA Kilts

Scottish Society of Central PA – Burns Night 2024

Saturday, January 27, 2024    5:00 – 9:00 PM  
Penn Harris Hotel,  1150 Camp Hill Bypass, Camp Hill, PA 17011

The Society’s 68th annual Burns Night Supper will be held on Saturday January 27, 2024 at the Penn Harris Hotel. We have confirmed the band Across the Pond as our musical entertainers for the evening.  .  Remember, Burns Night, like all of our events, is open to the public and you are encouraged to invite your friends to join you.
Menu and pricing is on our event page!




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 It might be of interest that the Great Scot website shows a registered Ukraine Forever tartan.






To promote an interest in the history, culture, and traditions of Scotland and Scottish Americans in Central Pennsylvania

To develop and strengthen the bonds of friendship and good fellowship through entertainment and social gatherings

To keep members informed of Scottish related events and activities occurring regionally and nationally.

And to preserve fond memories of Auld Lang Syne.

Scottish Society of Central Pennsylvania


Officers and Board of Directors

President: Ken Millage

Vice-President: Dr. Kathleen White

Secretary: Jennifer Gardner

Treasurer: Dr David Smith

Chaplain: Heather Zeigler

Social Media and Website: Shannon Smith

Piper: William Gable

Directors: Fred Hait, Dan Maresh, Ted Martin, Verlyn Hays, Marcia Wallace Shore


Charlene Kemp


Given by individuals and families to honor their Scottish heritage

These banners are displayed at various Society and public occasions