Oochie-mama! It’s cold out there. But it’s never too cold to kilt up, friends.
Tonight we’re holding our weekly Kilt Night and the Celtic session players–they’d be musicians–are expected. It’s a fantastic way to warm yourself on these deep-freeze winter days: a pasty, a pint or two, some brilliant music, and plenty of laughs. See you tonight!
BURNS NIGHT REMINDER
Next week we celebrate the great Scotsman Robert Burns!
Friday, January 25, we’re celebrating Robert Burns’ legacy! And we’re doing it British Isles style. Join us for the Robert Burns Appreciation Night. Celebrate with Scottish revelry:
* Live Celtic music
* Burns songs and poems
* A whisky toast
* And an appropriately misplaced kickoff! 8 PM. See you then!
It’s high time to tell you a bit more about the many Scottish cultural, historical, literary and related resources in Minnesota. There are groups for particular clans, Highland Games, dance competitions, readings, and so much more. The following list is from our Links page but is by no means complete. Your suggestions are welcomed (See the COMMENT feature at the end of this entry, just click on it…even if it read “No Comments”).
Celtic Croft – Kilts, haggis, books, and so much more!
Clan Tartan – A Scottish-living history group
Minnesota Tartan Day – Believe it! In addition to the many tartans we honor on this day each year, we honor our own: Minnesota has its own tartan. Also, the Minnesota Tartan Day Cooperative publishes a regular Scottish News in Minnestoa (SNIM) Newsletter. Read the current issue online.
Twin Cities Scottish Club – Non-profit organization that promotes Scottish cultures, tradition, history and entertainment. Sponsors many events and encourages Scottish dancing, piping and drumming.