Upcoming Celtic Events in Central PA

Check back often for updated information!

 

Celtic Fling and Highland Games at the Pennsylvania Ren Faire   

Location: 2775 Lebanon Rd. Manheim, PA 17545
Saturday & Sunday, June 22 & 23, Gates Open at 11AM
 Plus Friday Kick-Off Concert, June 21 • Gates Open at 5PM             Visit us in the Clan Tent area!

 

Shamrocks & Shenanigans

Strap on your kilt, grab your shillelagh, and hold on to your potatoes—the Celtic nations have come to revel in Mount Hope! Enjoy a good stout, a scotch egg, and show off your calves all weekend long.  Visit the Scottish Society in the Clan Tent area!

 

 

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

 

 

 

Please visit and “like” us on our FaceBook page Scottish Society of Central Pennsylvania .

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

 
 

 

 

OBJECTIVES OF THE SOCIETY

 

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

PAST PRESIDENTS

Charlene Kemp

TARTAN BANNERS of the SOCIETY

Given by individuals and families to honor their Scottish heritage

These banners are displayed at various Society and public occasions