The SCS March Meeting at the Bigelow Chapel at Mount Auburn Cemetery will be rescheduled. More details coming soon.
Join us at Bigelow Chapel at Mount Auburn Cemetery, 580 Mount Auburn Street, Cambridge MA, for a unique visit to the cemetery. See where our former members and family are buried first-hand, and learn more about the SCS plot preservation efforts.
We will be providing sandwiches, coffee, tea, and water.
Please make every effort to attend.
PLEASE RSVP BELOW IF YOU ARE ATTENDING (or check your inbox and reply to Wayne’s all-member email)
Interested in attending a Burns Supper this year? Below are several options available throughout New England!
Are you an SCS member? Send photos of you/your party celebrating Robert Burns in 2023 to ScotsCharitableBoston@gmail.com to share on our website and social media channels. $10 Dunkin Donut gift card to each member who submits a photo we can share.
Thank you to all who registered for our curling event. The event is now Sold Out! Stay tuned for updates, and for those who registered, we look forward to seeing you on February 4th 2-5pm at Broomstones Curling Club.
Celebrate Scottish culture and military heritage at Fort Ticonderoga’s Scots Day on June 18th! Scots’ Charitable members are invited to join the St. Andrew’s Society of Albany at their tent! Sit in the shade, enjoy the view, and enjoy a traditional beverage. Get your tickets by clicking the link below and look for the St. Andrews Society’s tent! Call 518-235-7234 if you would like to meet up! If you are looking for a place to stay the night the St. Andrew’s Society recommends checking out the lovely BnBs Vermont has to offer.
The day includes a memorial service to the Scots of the Black Watch, who charged bravely at the Battle of Ticonderoga; many soldiers from Massachusetts also fought there.
Discover your own Scottish connection by visiting clan tents and vendors and enjoy the sounds of Scottish music performed throughout the day. Discover the stories of centuries of Scottish soldiers in the British Army through a military timeline.
Fort Ticonderoga preserves 2,000 acres of historic landscape on Lake Champlain, and Carillon Battlefield, and the largest series of untouched Revolutionary War era earthworks surviving in America. As a multi-day destination and the premier place to learn more about our nation’s earliest years and America’s military heritage, Fort Ticonderoga, a historic destination with many attractions, welcomes more than 75,000 visitors each year and offers programs, historic interpretation, boat cruises, tours, demonstrations, and exhibits throughout the year, and is open for daily visitation May through October.