St Andrew Festival Dinner

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The Royal Caledonian Society of Melbourne
Presents
 A Festival Dinner to honour
St Andrew
Patron Saint of Scotland
Join in an evening of full Scottish ceremony, a four course dinner preceded by drinks, hot and cold canapes and lots of fun
To be held at the historic Ascot House, 50 Fenton Street, Ascot Vale
on
Thursday, 27th November, 2014
at 7:00pm
Cost:  $60.00 per head
BYO drinks (soft drinks supplied)
Dress: Scottish regalia or lounge suit

Click for: Booking Application

 

CELEBRATING SCOTTISH CULTURE

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FESTIVAL
Scottish Fling
Sunday 16th Nov 2014
11AM-4PM

Get your kilt on with Victoria’s Scottish community at this one-day cultural festival.
From Highland dancing to haggis, bagpipes to Burns, Shetland ponies to Scottish haiku music – there’s something for the whole clan.

Activities include: Piping Hot Scots; Hail the Haggis; Whisky Workshops; Tartan Up; After the Referendum; For the Wee Ones; Shetland Ponies & Mini-Golf; Family Tree.

For full details, cost & bookings for the event go to:
http://museumvictoria.com.au/immigrationmuseum/whatson/scottish-festival/

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EXHIBITION
SCOTS WHA HAE:
200 YEARS OF SCOTTISH INFLUENCE
15th NOV 2014-31 MAY 2014

Scots Wha Hae reveals the influence of the Scottish in Victoria.
Discover the extraordinary influence of the Scottish in Victoria, from the 19th century to the continuing influx of young Scots today.
From education and medicine, to governance, agriculture and music, the Scots have had a far reaching influence on Victoria.
Uncover stories of Dame Nellie Melba, Macpherson Robertson, AC/DC and Betty Johnston, Textile Designer.

Full details of the event are at:
http://museumvictoria.com.au/immigrationmuseum/whatson/scots-wha-hae/t_s_on

St Andrews Night – Mornington Peninsula Caledonian Society

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“David Clark” 175th Anniversary Picnic

David Clark

November 2, 12:30 – 3:30

Gulf Station is delighted to host an afternoon celebrating the 175th anniversary of the “David Clark’s” arrival in Australia. Bring a picnic basket and share a lunch with family and friends as the sound of bagpipes float across the paddocks.

Guests/descendants are encouraged to dress in clan colours and to bring along old photos, newspaper clippings, diaries, and other memorabilia regarding the arrival of the David Clark.
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