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Welcome to
The Kern County 
Scottish Society

Preserving Scottish heritage, language, and cultural traditions 

through education and social events 

We are a 501c3 Non-Profit Educational Organization

LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS

Ice Cream

Save The Date
8/17/2024

2 - 4 PM
 

ICE CREAM SOCIAL  ROSEMARY'S FAMILY CREAMERY

2733 F STREET, BAKERSFIELD​

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AMERICAN LEGION

BAKERSFIELD POST 26

2020 H STREET

Friday Night: July 26, 2024

Social Hour 5:00 PM

Dinner 6:00 PM

Dinner of either Grilled Cheeseburger or BBQ Chicken Legs

Inc: Potato Salad, Coleslaw, Watermelon Cubes

ONLY

$10.00!

MUST R.S.V.P to Post 26 Office at 661-324-9453

or their website at americanlegionpost26bakersfield.com

by JULY 24, 2024

UPCOMING: AMERICAN LEGION TURNS 105 - AUGUST  9, 2024!

Special Dinner & Birthday Cake

Details coming soon!

AWARD: First "Member Spotlight" 

click here to find out who received it!


LIVE CELTIC MUSIC

Every 4th Wednesday of the month

DAGNEYS Coffee Co.

1600 20th St.

6-8 PM

For the price of a cup of coffee, you can listen to great LIVE Celtic music!  Tim. Sandy and the gang give us a toe-tapping good time.

The Scottish Society would love it if you could come and help support this group of talented  Musicians!  Kilts and/or Scottish attire welcomed! 

YOU DO NOT have to be of Celtic heritage to enjoy this genre of music!

CUTE PLUSHIES UP FOR ADOPTION!

We have adorable Highland Coos up for adoption! They come with an adoption certificate,

your choice of tartan scarf and a coo bell.  Email us if you would love to adopt a coo! 

Coming soon: Wee Lambs and Magical Unicorns!    Get yours today for $35.00 plus shipping.

These lucky ladies gave our adorable coos a very good home!

Tapadh leat!

Castle Scotland

KCSS Greatly Appreciates our 2024 Sponsors
Please visit our Sponsor page for more information

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New in 2024
 Scottish Gaidhlig Learning Circle - Members only

De do chord!

Once a month, members interested in learning Scottish Gaelic come together to learn & practice this beautiful, challenging, & fun language!

We learn from several online resources & then come together to share what we learned, practice speaking the langusage, play games & sometimes enjoy some foods from the Scottish Culture, such as haggis, Irn Bru and shortbread sweets.

A moderator keeps the group on track, provides agendas, and lesson plans.

Many say it is a dying language, but we cannae let this happen!  Gaelic is so important to learn because is fun, good for your brain and a great way to make new friends! (Caraids)

This is an immersive & interactive group, no one sits on the sidelines here. It is all great fun!   If interested, please contact us.

Hope to hear from you! (Chì mi thu a dh’ aithghearr!)

You do not have to be Scottish to join, Just a member.

  

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