In the Centernary Year of the Gallipoli landings the Society presents for our lads and lassies and their "trusty drouthy cronies", Australia's first ANZAC Burns Supper.

 Dress: Highland, Lowland .. anything but denim!

 Investment: $80.00 (inclusive of a welcoming dram!) (Cash Bar)

 Supper: Cockaleekie Soup; Haggis, Bashed Neeps and Champit Tatties; Clootie Dumpling and Whisky Sauce

 

Download the event flyer for ticket form and further details!

Members of the Society of St Andrew of Scotland and their families are invited to attend the St Andrew’s Day Church Service to be conducted at St Andrew’s Uniting Church, corner Ann and Creek Streets in the CBD commencing at 9.30 am on Sunday 30th November.  

 

Members are encouraged to wear their kilt.  

 

Parking is available in the Oracle building opposite the church in Ann Street for $5.00 or the Brisbane City Council car park in Wickham Terrace for $5.00.  

 

Access across the railway line can be made via the walk bridge diagonally opposite the church.  

Date claimer for the Society's dinners for this year are:

 

Darling Downs Branch - Ladies Night

Saturday May 23, 2014

Downs Club

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Gold Coast Branch - 700th Bannockburn Dinner

Friday June 20, 2014

Royal Pines Resort

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Scottish Dinner Dance

Friday 18th July, 2014

Emmanuel College

Sir William MacGregor Drive, St Lucia

University of Queensland

 

67th St Andrew's Day Men's Dinner

Friday 28th November, 2014

Presidential Room, Pullman Brisbane

King George Square Brisbane

 

 

Scottish Dinner Dance

DATE CLAIMER

Scottish Dinner Dance

Hostess - Mrs. Jackie McPherson

Friday 18th July, 2014

Emmanuel College
within
The University of Queensland

7:00 for 7:30 pm

Pre-Dinner Drinks in the Courtyard

Dancing - Scottish Singing - Piping

- Guest Artists

Haggis and Two Course Meal

Lassies :- Cocktail - After 5

Lads :- Kilt - Black tie - Lounge suit

Download the Official Invitation

 

64th St Andrew's Day Men's Dinner 2011

The dinner again this year was a huge success with over 300 guests enjoying haggis, whisky and Rt Rev Graeme McKay as guest speaker. Full report coming soon, but in the meantime, check out some photos from the evening!

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