Founded in the year 1849, St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and is the oldest benevolent organization in the State of Michigan. Our mission is to provide assistance to fellow Scots and to encourage the love of Scotland through its history, customs, music, literature and national games. 

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                    Our 169th Highland Games will be held at Historic Greenmead in Livonia Michigan, on Saturday August 4th                                with a Ceilidh on Friday evening, August 3rd  2018.

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The Kilgour Scottish Centre is located in Troy, Michigan and is available for rentals to the public for your special event.

Traditional Yearly Events

  • Burns’ Night celebrates Robert Burns Birthday and is held in January.
  • Tartan Day is celebrated with a Ceilidh and is held in April.
  • Highland Games are held on the first Saturday in August, with a traditional Ceilidh on Friday night.
  • St. Andrew’s Day is celebrated in December with a Tartan Ball.

Our Next Event:

169th St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit Annual Highland Games

Coming to Detroit since 1849, our Ceilidh and Games Day are a unique experience of Scottish Culture, Dancing, Piping and Heavy Athletics.  

For more information and to buy tickets, visit our website.

 

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