The Free Soil of Scotland
A man's still a man to meArbroath made it right to be free The voices of freedom are calling toRead more.
National Tartan Day in the United States
The Tartan The fighting sheen of it;the yellow, the green of it; The black, the red of it,every thread of it. The fairRead more.
The Legend of Corryvreckan
Long, long ago – when the Scotland was invaded by Viking forces, there was a young Norse warrior named BreakanRead more.
Celtic Echoes Presents “Hoolie in the Kitchen Too!!!”
Celtic EchoesPresentsHoolie in the Kitchen Too!!!Join us for a dinner of corned beef and cabbage and a great evening ofRead more.
A Wee Bit Information on Whisky
The Gaelic "usquebaugh", meaning "Water of Life", phonetically became "usky" and then "whisky" in English. However it is known, ScotchRead more.
LEEK, CARROT AND POTATO PIE
½ lb Carrots - scraped and left whole1 lb. Potatoes - peeled and left whole1 lb Leeks - halved lengthwiseRead more.
Colquhoun Clan History
This name comes from the Gaelic place name "cuil cumhann" meaning "narrow corner". The location of Colquhoun (pronounced "ca-hoon" withRead more.
Upcoming Spring Events
Caledonian Society of Arizona53rd Annual Phoenix Scottish GamesMarch 4th & 5thSteele Indian School Park300 East Indian School Rd.Phoenix. Az. 85032 SonoraRead more.
The Legend of Ticonderoga
In ancient times, Duncan Campbell, the laird of Inverawe, sat in his castle in the western isles of Scotland. OneRead more.
King of the Cats
Do you have a cat? If you do, you may be one of those people who insist that cats haveRead more.
Back From the Grave
Back From the GraveMargaret Halcro married, 1674, in her 27th year, the Rev. Henry Erskine, and died, 14th January 1725,Read more.
Robert Burns, an icon of Scottish literature, who is celebrated annually on his late-January birthday, wrote a long narrative poemRead more.