News and events
Save the date for our Cape Town Caledonian Society, 135th St Andrews Nicht Ceilidh
Date: 26th November 2016
Time 18:00 for 18:30
Venue: Clovelly Country Club
Menu (Two Course meal plus birthday cake)
Cash Bar facility and Corkage is R35.00 per bottle.
Cost: R200 for Members and R250 for non-members.
RSVP: Stuart or Jacinta by the 18th November 2016Email: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
An invitation from the Chief and Lady
President and members of Council to join them at the annual Chief’s at home on
Saturday 15 October .
This year’s event will be a supper at Pastis Brasserie in Constantia. There will be live music at the function click below for the menu and booking details.
The annual Battle of Britain Memorial service will take place this Sunday 11 September 2016 in the Church in the Simon's Town Naval Dockyard at 10h30 but get there much earlier to ensure parking.
The Cape Welsh Choir will be there and Rev Ralph Thornley will be officiating.
All the usual ceremonies will be observed. Download the flyer below for more details.
Come and celebrate Tartan Day with the Cape Town Caledonian Society.
Join us to remember the Declaration of Arbroath and celebrate the heritage of Scotland on Wednesday 6 April or Saturday 9 April.
Full details are in the below flyer which is available to view or download.
Our Chief and Lady President will be attending this ceremony and laying a wreath on behalf of the Society and Scots in South Africa,Full details in the below flyer for viewing / downloading.
The Western Province Celtic Associations annual Let's Dance Concert will be held on Saturday 24 October in the Auditorium of the Bergvliet High School at 2:30 pm. This is not a competition of dancing – it is a very well-choreographed and very enjoyable show incorporating the movements of Highland and Irish dancing.
Prices (pay at the door) – Adults R60, Pensioners R40 and Scholars R40.
Honouring the 75th Anniversary of the end of the Battle of Britian, the Cape Welsh Choir, RAF Salon Orchestra and Cape Field Artillery Pipes and Drums present a selection of songs, narration and audio-visuals from the hardships of a world war.Further details in flyer which can be downlaoded below. Bookings at Computicket.
The “Kirkin’ O’ the Chief” is where the Chief and Lady President and the serving Council Members of the Cape Town Caledonian Society take their Oaths of Office in public, before God, and you the Members and Friends of the Society. It’s a very special day in the life of your Society because your full Council pledges to serve you in the name of the Society for the year ahead.
As you know by now your Chief is always just a phone call away if you need him but at “The Chief’s at Home” he is literally ‘at home’ to you on a one to one social basis and is only too happy to interact in whatever way. That goes for the Lady President and the Council Members too so now’s the opportunity to chat and put forward ideas YOU think will make the Society more appealing to old and new Members and continue to attract more Members – and have FUN!
Please refer to the flyer below for further details about these events. Don’t forget to advise Jacinta by Thursday 22 October to ensure your reservations for lunch.