The 19th International Tartan Day is being held on 11th July 2015 from 9am to 4pm
It is taking place in King George Square in front of Brisbane City Hall and is proudly supported by the Brisbane City Council
International Tartan Day is an occasion where the Scottish diaspora commemorate two Scottish historical events and celebrate their heritage. The day is held on 1 July, the anniversary of the repeal of the 1747 Act of Proscription that banned the wearing of tartan. The day also acts as a celebration of the Declaration of Arbroath which was signed in 1320.
To enable as many as possible to participate, the Australian Scottish Community Qld holds the event on the nearest available weekend to the 1 July.
Article on last year's tartan day on the Qld State Library website
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
Scottish Dinner Dance 2015
Friday 17th July, 2015
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
Official invitation to come
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.