Scottish Communities in Colorado

The St. Andrew Society of Colorado helps support and promote other Scottish organizations around Colorado.

When you support or donate to the St. Andrew Society of Colorado you are helping out the Scottish heritage and community in Colorado.

 

The Highland Herald

The Highland Herald is now available for download.
Members may also receive a printed version.

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To advertise in the Highland Herald Please call or e-mail the Editor.
Reach over 400 members and 100 clans!

303.941.5081
 editor@coloradoscots.com

If you would like to opt out of the printed version and just get the online version,

please send an email to the editor.

  The Scottish Fiddle Club of Colorado

We welcome violinists of all ages and playing abilities. The Club promotes the many styles of Scottish fiddling through workshops and performances and supplies a variety of materials. For more information contact Ken McIntosh at kenmcintosh@idcomm.com or 303-234-0469.
Click here for a paper on Scottish fiddling -> scottishfiddling

 

 

 

 

Scottish Reading List for Children, Teens and Adults

The downloadable PDF is a suggested reading list of books by Scottish authors or about Scottish themes for children, teens and adults, courtesy of the Saint Andrew Society of Colorado. Some titles are listed in more than one category because reading abilities, maturity levels and interest areas vary among age groups. The list was compiled by Cindy Murphy, Keith Schrum and Ken McIntosh, with input from other Scottish Book Club and Saint Andrew Society of Colorado members.  Happy reading…Aye!
NOTE: Not all of these books have been read by the list contributors. It is strongly recommended that adults preview these books for suitability for recommending and gifting to family and friends

 SASCBookClubList (PDF)

 
 

Scottish Highland Dance Instruction

Are you looking for a Scottish highland dance teacher? There are a number of certified, professional teachers throughout the front range. All of the teachers listed on the website for the Rocky Mountain Highland Dancers have taken exams to be certified through one of three professional dance organizations: the British Association of Teachers of Dancing (BATD), the Scottish Dance Teachers Alliance (SDTA) or the United Kingdom Alliance (UKA). To find a teacher near you, click here (http://rmhd.org/find-a-teacher.html).

Historical Customs and Dress of Scotland

Here is a nice document put together by Christy Morgan
HistoricalCustomsandDressofScotland (PDF) 2MB
Here is also the history documents on the St. Andrew Society of Colorado
SASCHistory1989-2014     SASCHistory1963-1988

 

 
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