Our Burns dinner will be held January 25th again at the Woodhaven Country Club. The registration form can be found below if paying by mail or tickets can be ordered on our Burns Gala page.
The annual Burns dinner is wonderful celebration. We’d like to recognize our neighboring society’s upcoming dinner on January 18, 2020 which will be held at the American Legion POST #18 in Bloomington, Indiana. The reservation form can be found at the following link as well as contact information.
The 2019 dinner auction was a blast at the Celtic Pig, below are a few images from the night.
The annual dinner auction is coming up on November the 26th and will be hosted at the Celtic Pig in downtown Louisville. Below you will find the schedule for the evening.
4:00pm Helpers Arrive
5:00pm Doors Open and Silent Auction Bidding Begins, register at Registration Table and Cashier’s Station to get your Bid #, and your Auction Paddle
6:00pm Alex Rose Award Presented
6:10pm Peanut Butter Presented to P.A.C.T.
6:30pm Buffet open and available until 8:30pm
7:00pm Silent Auction Closes-Check Bid Sheets to see if you’re the winner.
7:15pm Auction Chair will take Bid Sheets to Cashiers-Cashiers will get top copy, Auction Chair gets bottom copy, Winning Bidder’s number and amount will be written on a Guest Check and left on the table for the winning bidders
7:15pm Live Auction Begins and Closes When All Items Are Sold.
Volunteers will help bring items into restaurant, and help get items to your car, only if you pull up to the front of the restaurant. The restaurant will remain open until midnight.
We are pleased to have received donations for the auction from the following businesses. Their support is appreciated and we ask that you support these local businesses.
AunTEA Pearls TEA Establishment
Bellarmine University Theater Program
Belle of Louisville
Brownsboro Framing Company
Brownsboro Hardware & Paint
Buffalo Trace Distillery
Derby Dinner Playhouse
Dillard’s Department Store
Heine Brother’s Coffee
John Conti Coffee Company
Louisville Slugger Museum & Factory
Louisville Tea Company
Molly Malone’s Restaurant
Mr. Gatti’s Pizza
Nothing Bundt Cakes
The Frazier History Museum
The Irish Rover Restaurant
The Louisville Zoo
WW Cousins Restaurant
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Tartan Day this year was extra special as it was hosted by the Frazier History Museum. The Scottish Society of Louisville set up several exhibits to share Scottish history and culture.
Don’t forget to contribute to the Scottish Society of Louisville’s Heritage Fund by attending and bidding at the Annual Dinner Auction. Good food and great items to bid on. See list of contributors/logos below. The doors open at 5:30 pm in Christ Church United Methodist’s Fellowship Hall. The Church is located at 4614 Brownsboro Road.
Mr. Gatti’s Pizza
7 p.m. October 23, regular meeting. Carol Jarboe shares a program – “Body-Snatchers, Ghouls & Medical Community”
Join us at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 18, 2018 at Okolona Presbyterian Church, 8015 Shepherdsville Road, Okolona, KY 40219 for a meet and greet summer picnic! Contact our Regional Celtic – Robbin for more information.
The Society will provide pizza, there will be a corn hole contest (bring your corn hole boards) and food as follows by the first letter of your last name:
S-V Garlic bread
W-Z desserts, gluten free
Society member, Carol Moffett, shares “Scottish Cooking – Savory Dishes.” 7 p.m., Christ United Methodist Church, 4614 Brownsboro Rd, Louisville, KY 40207.