In 1921, the Saint Andrews Society was formed to provide leadership for the approaching 150th Hector Anniversary and to perpetuate Pictou County's Scottish heritage. Now, 100 years later, the society is celebrating a history of supporting Scottish culture in the county.
The big event features a dinner catered by Pantry Kitchen and a special Céilidh hosted by Spyder MacDonald. The program will include the Na Gaisgich Pipes and Drums Band, fiddling, highland dancers, piper and much more.
There will also be presentations of centennial awards, which will honour individuals or groups that have contributed to Scottish culture in the county.
Approximate Schedule for Evening Celebrations:
Social Time (bar open)-5:30 pm
Meal Served: 6:00 pm (Entertainment provided during meal)
Awards Presentations: 7:30 pm
Special Ceilidh: 8:00 pm
NOTE: TICKETS AVAILABLE ONLY FOR ST. ANDREW SOCIETY MEMBERS UNTIL SEPT. 27 AND THEN IT WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC TO PURCHASE ON SEPT 28.