Upcoming Society Activities
Wednesday 13th of March at 6:30pm will be our regular monthly meeting and our popular annual scotch tasting. This year our meat dish will be provided by the competitors in our chili cookoff. Come and cast your vote for the best chili, or better yet, bring some chili and see if you can win. It will be at our usual place, the Latvian Center at 1008 W 64th St. Indianapolis, IN 46260
The Black Watch Band is coming to Indianapolis in February, on the very night of our usual meeting. So, in lieu of our regular meeting we will encourage everyone to attend their concert. We have negotiated a special rate for the socity, of $45 dollars. Money must be received by Ron Eliot, our treasurer before January 30th. You may pay Ron at our usual January meeting or mail to Ron at the following address.
Wed. 02/13 | 7:30PM @ The Center for the Performing Arts (map)
January is the birth month of Robert Burns, a date celebrated within the Scottish Community because of his importance as a poet. His poetry is significant on its own merits, but has a special place because it captured the essence of modern egalitarianism and has helped preserve the Scots language. Instead of the formal Burns Supper, the Scottish Society of Indianapolis usually holds a less formal occaision we call Burns Light. You will get a taste of haggis, some Burns poetry, some music and taste of contemporary Scottish poetry. It's a pitch-in supper so bring a dish and come prepared to learn and laugh. Wednesday, Jan 9th, 6:30 PM at the Latvian Center, 1008 West 64th Street Indianapolis, IN 46260.