A WINTER'S NICHT GATHERING
December 17th - 6 - midnight
Bring yer tartan and wear your kilts to join members of the Scottish American Society in a Winter Gathering and a night
of fellowship and entertainment!
A guest ticket for the night in the Bourbon Room includes choice of entrees and a complimentary drink ticket (valued up
to $10). Private bar with bartender and Scottish Music.
Fish and Chips
Shrimp and Grits
Braised Pork Belly
Please RSVP to Bill Kennedy by December 9th, 2022
The BURNS DINNER 8 April 2022 - combined Tartan Day celebration.
The evening was filling and fun. Christies brother, Wil Urquhart of Urquhart - Colonel Wilkins Fisk Urquhart of Urquhart,
28th Chief of Clan Urquhart was our honored guest, and a fine figure he was. He gave a wonderful speech, joined by Alex Murray
and Bill Kennedy at the head table as they presented the evening entertainment. Bill sang the Star Spangled Banner with resounding
skill, and was joined by those present. The speeches given were educational, but also a lot of fun. They did a grand job.
Alex Murray gave the Ode to the haggis and it was excellent. The toast to the ladies in the style of Burns was given by
Bob Morehead with Ida giving the toast to the laddies. Joe and Tim Walsh helped escort the haggis. Brian McElhinney piped
and later did piping along with his daughter Meghan. Perfect musicians. Amy Carter and Julie Kennedy played their violins.
Alan Irwin played the guitar and sang a series of Burns tunes. Bill Sentelik managed the microphones and music for the evening
and did his usual outstanding job. Ida Morehead baked a Burns birthday cake. It was joined on the dessert table by contributions
from many of those who attended. Liz Belvin organized the Auction - says it's for the last time if anyone would like to take
that chore over. Thanks Liz, for all your good work. Jim Frost and Dave Alison greeted folks and tried to keep order as
everyone arrived. Thanks guys.
The Tigh na Creige Highland Dancers, under the direction of Christie Urquhart Walsh, performed beautifully to much applause.
Christie went on to direct the rest of the ceilidh dances, including the grand march and a finale of Auld Lang Syne.
|Brian McElhinney, Scottish American Society piper
Time: 6:00 pm to 11:00 pm
(Doors open 5:30)
ROBERT BURNS DINNER
Singers, Piper, Master of Ceremonies - all the usual frivolity and maybe a few surprises this time. We are certainly celebrating
the return of our formal celebration of the Birthday of Poet Laureate Robert Burns.
Ticket Price: $25 per person. Limited availability. Get your reservation in NOW. (Payment can be made later, if necessary.
Make checks out to: Scottish American Society.
Mail to Liz Belvin, 3165 East Waterloo Rd., Akron, Ohio 44312
(or Julie McElhinney at: 109 Wexford Court, Akron, Ohio 44312.)
Dinner includes a buffet dinner, plus haggis, neeps and tatties.
Directions to SYB Hall.
Take Route 8 (North of Akron)
Exit at Steels Corners Rd Exit
Turn East from exit - you will be on Steels Corners Road which becomes Hudson Drive. Curves a bit to the left. SYB Hall
is on the right. 4157 Hudson Drive, Stow OH 44224.
Appropriate dress for a Burns Dinner includes formal or semi-formal Scottish dress, tuxedo or suit & tie, no jeans or
TO ORDER SCOTTISH FOODS
Sorry to announce that Gaelic Imports has closed it's doors. If you are in dire need of Scottish Pies, Haggis, or other
Scottish foods, may we suggest ordering from the following:
Ackroyd's Scottish Bakery 25566 5 Mile Road Redford, MI 48239 United States of America
(Redford is a suburb of Detroit)
Ship Genuine Meat Pies, Birdies & Haggis Straight To Your Door. Bring The Highlands Home! Put An End To Your Cravings
And Shop Our Large Selection Of Traditional Scottish Treats! Fresh Ingredients. Homemade Baked Goods. Since 1949. Seasonal
Treats. Family Owned. Authentic Recipes. Types: Beef Pasties, Coney Dog Pasties, Steak & Mushroom Pasties, Beef Bangers,
Black Pudding, Haggis.
Scottish Gourmet USA
1908 Fairfax Road, Suite B, Greensboro, NC 27407
Most employees are now working remotely or home with children out of school during this crisis. Those at the store are
washing hands regularly, helping to sanitize all shared surfaces and areas used daily and know to stay home if exposed to
the virus or feeling ill in any way. Sam, Anne and Andrew are here daily to fulfill your orders by phone, online or for pickup.
We hope all of our customers can stay home and be safe during this period of uncertainty. Thankfully, this virus does not
live long on cardboard - and we have very little plastic packaging. So you can trust we are sending you products that are
safe to touch and enjoy. We urge all customers to follow the CDC guidelines to protect themselves and their families.
Cameron's British Foods & Imports
928 N.E. 24th Lane, Cape Coral, FL 33909
Tel: (239) 772-1554 Fax: (239) 772-2191 Toll Free (888) 440-0154
Food guru Alex Murray says:
"I order my stuff from Cameron's Scottish Market, in Brick, N.J. We found it when Beth was with the FeeBees and we
lived in "Noo Joisey". The baker/butcher is a Paisley "Buddy".
Outside of Summer months, if you order by Tuesday, standard shipping, it will get here on Thursday. Just in time for a
Scottish Saturday breakfast- Tattie Scones, Lorne Sausage, Black pudding and fried eggs. A true heart attack on a plate and
all smothered in HP sauce too. Not forgetting to wash it down with a strong cup of Ty-Phoo or PG tips! I also highly recommend
the Scottish Breakfast Pies, Haggis Puffs & Steak & Ale Pies too! I've never had a complaint about anything I've
bought from them it's all Grrrrrrrrreat!" [Cameron's Scottish Market - 284 Brick Blvd, Brick Township, NJ 08723 - www.cameronsscottishfoods.com/]
Another one Alex recommends:
Stewart's Scottish Market was originally established in 1931, in Kearny New Jersey. All of our products are made fresh
on the premises, in the same traditional way for the last 86 years.
https://www.stewartscottishmarket.com/ This time of the year orders are shipped out in the order they came in unless
specified in the comments section for expedited delivery or otherwise.
The items listed for purchase on their website are perishable and are time/temperature sensitive. Please choose the appropriate
shipping method with regard to the approximated distance to our shop, as well as consideration for the day of the week your
order has been placed.
Mail orders can not sit in transit over the weekend due to the perishable nature of the items.
When Beth's at work in Virginia and I go down, we shop at the "Best of British" store. https://www.bestofbritishva.com
It's not limited to Scottish stuff and they have a downloadable shopping list to peruse at your leisure.
They accept orders over $50.00 via phone and email for shipping | Prices subject to change | Some items my be temporarily
out of stock or discontinued by wholesalers
Best of British, 555 Settlers Landing Road, Suite A, Hampton
Bob Morehead recommends the following: https://www.britishcornershop.co.uk/
"British Corner Shop is the online supermarket for British food lovers and expats worldwide. Our website offers over
12,000 British food and drink products from adored UK brands, ready to be shipped to you, wherever you are in the world. From
Ambrosia custard to Warburtons crumpets, we can deliver the products you miss the most, straight to your door.
British Food, Delivered Worldwide
We have been shipping boxes of British happiness to expats since 1999 and last year, sent over four million products to
expats living in 140 countries worldwide. Each parcel is expertly packed and securely dispatched from our head office in Bristol,
using our trusted international delivery service."
|Jim & Margaret Frost, Alex Murray, Carol Lichtenwalter
Presentation of funds raised at the 2016 Beltane Festival.
courtesy the Hartville News.
|Sydney Luyster & Kate Walsh
LOOKING FOR A DANCE BAND?
Traditional Scottish or just dancing with your partner to familiar, well-loved tunes, contact the following:
Pepper Pike, Ohio
The Clansmen II
Click here for the Akron Ceilidh Band web site.
Founded by Gordon Schaeffer, this grand group of musicians in Northeast Ohio (Akron, Canton & Cleveland
areas) plays the lilting Celtic Music that finds a home in any of the seven Celtic Nations. They have performed at our
Beltane Festival and at our St. Andrews Dinner. They love performing for the public and also at private events.
Some of the members offer lessons, too. You will love hearing them as much as they enjoy performing.
The Celtic Croft
Croft has one of the largest
selections of kilts, tartans, accessories, Clan Crests, Coat of
Arms, Celtic jewelry, kilted skirts and decor to compliment your Scottish,
Irish, and Welsh heritage. Family owned and operated in the USA.
KILTS: We have a
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TARTAN: Ties, Sashes, Fly
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CRESTS: Badges and Brooches, Kilt Pins, Flasks,
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OF ARMS: Available in Irish, Scottish, Welsh and English names. Choose from
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DECORE: Tapetries, Boxes, Sarongs, Games, Blankets, Renaissance Tankards, Mugs and Goblets.
KILT RENTALS! Rent
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us at our new showroom! 8451 Xerxes Ave N, Brooklyn Park, MN 55444