Category: Out and about

Pictus

PICTUS: From the Latin word meaning “painted.” PICTUS: Primal, thundering war drums and creative percussion. PICTUS: Powerful, soul-stirring bagpipes. PICTUS: Visual and percussive Irish hard shoe and Highland dance. PICTUS is music for the warrior-poet, the music of our ancestors, and will rouse the ancient

Mother Grove – Kilt Rock!

The Scottish Society of Indianapolis happily recognises Mother Grove as a great “Kilt Rock” band who have performed at several of our events, and they are a favourite of many of our members. Here’s what they have to say about

Hoosier History Live!

The Scottish Society of Indianapolis is grateful for recognition we’ve receives from Hoosier History Live! on their website. Hoosier History Live! is a live weekly call in radio show about Indiana history hosted by Nelson Price, author of Indiana Legends

Irish Blessings Dancers

Irish Blessings Dancers is an adult not for profit dance group that rehearses in Fishers, IN and performs in the greater Indianapolis area.  The group presents mostly traditional Irish dances with a few Scottish inspired dances. The group is a

St. Patrick’s Day Parade

The Scottish Society of Indianapolis has participated in the St. Patrick’s Day Parade since Friday, March 16, 1990. Monday, March 17, 2014 St. Patrick’s Day Parade 09:00 AM Marshal at the Elbow Room 10:30 AM Assemble for Parade 11:30 AM

Kilt Night at the Claddagh

Kick start your St. Patrick’s Day Weekend with Kilt Night at the Claddagh Irish Pub on the Indianapolis Northside in the Precedent Office Park at 3835 E. 96th Street on Friday, March 14, 2014.  

BBC features Royal Scottish Country Dancing and Ken Morgan

Congratulations to Ken Morgan and the Indianapolis chapter of the Royal Scottish Country Dancing Society on making the BBC America: Angophenia blog list of 10 Scottish things about Indianapolis! For full details, visit our Social Dancing page.

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