at 9350 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, 46229 United States
The Scottish American Club of Indiana is a not for profit organization to celebrate Scotland it's people, culture, traditions and history through education
The Scottish American Club of Indiana, Inc. is a not for profit organization to celebrate Scotland, it's people, culture, traditions and history through education and events. There is no requirement to prove clan or heritage, just have a desire to learn more about Scotland, it's people, traditions and culture. We meet on the 2nd Monday of each month at an announced location. Membership applications can be obtained by emailing InScottishAmerican@gmail.com and requesting membership. Annual dues are $25 for a single, $30 for a family and $20 for Seniors over 60.
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The SAC officially has a new home. We have entered into a partnership with the Genealogocial Society of Marion County to use the building just inside the gate at Memorial Park Cemetary located at 9350 E Washington Street in Indy. Our first event will be a pitch in dinner, meeting and program on Monday, September 14th at 7 PM.
Special SAC Event: Join us as we visit the Genealogical Society of Marion County for their monthly meeting on Saturday, August 8, 2015 at 1 :00 PM. It is located just inside the gates of Memorial Park Cemetary 9350 E Washington Street, Indianapolis. We will meet new friends, socialize and tour the facility. Hope to see everyone there to support the SAC in your Scottish attire.
The SAC will be meeting on Monday, July 13th at 7:00 PM at Shapiro's Deli at Keystone at the Crossing. We will dine together and have fellowship as well as a business meeting and a planning session for future events for SAC. Everyone's input is needed for the good of the SAC.
Happy Independence Day to all Scots-Americans !!!!
On May 14, 1754 golf was formalized at St Andrews with the foundation of the St Andrews Society of Golfers. Twenty-two "Noblemen and Gentlemen" contributed to a silver club to be played for annually over the Links of St Andrews. The first winner was Baillie William Landale, a St Andrews merchant, who became Captain for the year. The competition was initially open to all golfers, as had been that of the Honorable Company of Edinburgh Golfers in 1744, whose rules the St Andrews golfers used almost without change. Thus began the foremost club in both Scottish golf history and world golf in general.
The SAC Kilt Night on Friday, April 24th 8:30 PM at Brockway Pub in Carmel, located at 12525 Old Meridian Street. Let's join up early and have dinner first. Music by the Band, Emily Ann Thompson. Who's joining us ?