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We promote and preserve Scottish heritage, language, and cultural traditions through education and social events held in Kern County.

We promote and preserve Scottish heritage, language, and cultural traditions through education and social events held in Kern County.

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

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LATEST NEWS AND EVENTS
FUND-RAISING

We are in the middle of our fund-rasing event  - purchase and/or sell tickets!

June 19th -Tahoe Joes Event tickets are $25.00

Your choice of 6 0z Joe's Steak Dinner - Sierra Mountain Ribs (4) Wood Grilled BBQ Chicken Breast

All meals includes green beans, mashers & salad - YUM!!!

A few of us are getting together for dinner,  in case you want to join us!

To get tickets email our Chieftain, Bruce Marshall at bmarshall57@bak.rr.com.

June 15th - Member and Volunteer Appreciation BBQ

Food and fun for all!   Special appreciation certificates to be given out

Thank you for those who have let us know that you are coming  if you have not, PLEASE R.S.V.P  

OUR MEMBERS ARE LEARNING GAELIC!
New in 2024, Scottish Gaidhlig Learning Circle

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Once a month members interested in learning Scottish Gaelic come together and learn this beautiful, challenging, fun language! We have a moderator who keep the group on track, provides agendas, and lesson plans.

 

We learn from on-line resources provided by our Moderator and then come together to share what we learned, play games and sometimes enjoy some foods from Scottish Culture, such as haggis, Irn Bru and shortbread sweets.

 

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

  

All it takes is for you to join us in membership. You will get coupons for a Celtic Dance Class, a Piper or drum lesson, 1 entry into the Buena Vista Museum and Scottish Gaelic Lessons, plus access to all the other events throughout the year! So, what's stopping you?!   JOIN TODAY!!

You do not have to be Scottish to join!

We are always looking for volunteers!

 

Your help is greatly appreciated!

Check this site often, you'll never know what you'll find!

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ABOUT US - The Kern County Scottish Society was Established in 1971.

In 1998 the Society became a non-profit, educational corporation, preserving the Scottish culture through education & events for future generations!

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