SSI meets the 2nd Wednesday of each month for socializing, a pitch-in dinner, and a program of Scottish culture. Visit us on the web at www.IndyScot.org!
Since 1983, The Scottish Society of Indianapolis has been a place for people to celebrate Scottish heritage, history and culture. The Society is diverse and composed of genealogists, historians, re-enactors, pipers, dancers and those who simply love and celebrate things Scottish.
The Society promotes education about Scottish culture through its monthly meetings, participation in activities such as the International Festival, the St. Patrick's Day Parade, various Scottish festivals and the Indy Irish Festival. We also hold an annual "Kirkin' O' the Tartan" - a traditional Scottish-American church service which concludes with a blessing of the Scottish clans, families and districts represented by those in attendance.
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The Scottish Society of Indianapolis, Inc. was formed as an Indiana non-profit corporation in 1983 by our Founder and President Emeritus, Carter Keith. From humble beginnings as a small group meeting in an apartment clubhouse the organization has grown to
The Great Scottish Summer Celebration & Fundraiser for the SFI McMath Scholarship at IUPUI. Join in on the fun and help raise money for Scottish cultural education...