Scottish Clan Council of Houston

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Melvyn Douglass, FSA Scot (Director) - 713-871-0061 (24-hrs) 281-596-4513 (fax)
 

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Austin Celtic Association - supporting Celtic music, musicians and Scottish/Irish events in Central Texas. Visit our website at www.austincelts.org and be sure and see us at our annual festival at Fiesta Gardens in Austin on the first weekend in November. Two days, four stages, Irish/Scottish/Breton music, Childrens events, area and music, ethnic food, grog, Story telling, Dancing, Clans, Highland Piping, 100+ musicians and preformers!

Austin Celts - news, culture, music and more; discussion group for Central Texas Celts to come together and share their news and thoughts.

British Expats in Houston - for British people (and naturally their American spouses, if this applies) living in and around Houston Texas. If you miss the banter, the sound of British voices around you, British food, British culture and entertainments, and the occasional beer, then this is very likely the group for you.

Caprock Celtic Association - An association of persons, living on the Llano Estacado and South Plains of West Texas and Eastern New Mexico, interested in and supporting the music, dance, folklore, and language arts of the Celtic peoples of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, Brittany, Galicia, and the Isle of Man. Sponsors concerts, classes, ceilis, festivals, and community events.

Clan Donald of Texas - The Clan Donald Society of Texas is an association of people of Macdonald descent and their septs. We sponsor a clan tent at festivals all over the state and encourage the study of family/Scottish history. Several social events during the year include a weekend trip each July to a historic location in Texas.

Clan Gunn Societies - The Clan Gunn is a Northern Scottish Clan with Norse roots. The purpose of this group is to provide communication between the members of the various Clan Gunn Societies around the world, and to offer an online meeting place for those of descent from the family of Gunn or any of it's septs. We hope to provide an online cross road where the "family" can meet and get to know each other and to keep alive the spirit of the Clan Gunn family.  At present the Gunns have four formal Clan Societies around the world. The parent Society is the Clan Gunn Society-UK. There are also Societies in Nova Scotia, New Zealand and North America. This group has been started and is maintained by members of the North American Society, but is intended for the use and enjoyment of the members of all the other Societies as well as any other Gunns (Septs and descendants) around the world.

Clan Gunn - Texas Branch - Information, conversation and coordination for members and individuals interested in the Texas Branch of the Clan Gunn Society of North America.

Clan MacDonald of Texas and Louisiana - This is a place where any MacDonald, McDonald, Donald or any family branches off of the Clan Donald line can come and share information or thoughts. This group is not affiliated with Clan Donald-USA or any other representation of the Clan Donald.

Cool Celtic - "Comhlan Oganta" is Scots Gaelic meaning, "Youth Band". Started in 1999 in Austin, Texas by a group of High School classical orchestra members interested in playing Celtic music and performing at Irish and Scottish events.
Members form small bands a perform free of charge for Festivals, Schools, Special Events or a Business.  Membership is open to ANY Austin metro area, Junior High, High School or Home Schooled student presently playing in their band or orchestra. Many of the kids receive individual instruction from professional Celtic musicians. Some of the kids have also taken workshops from well known artists such as Elke Baker and Alasdair Fraser.  A real crowd pleaser is seeing kids, several in kilts!, playing Fiddle, Celtic Cello, Flute Whistle and even the Highland Bagpipes.

Denton Celtic Dancers - We are a community dance group, sponsored by the Greater Denton Arts Council, and based in the art town, Denton, Texas . We perform at various social and cultural events throughout the year. Classes are held once a week. Everyone is welcome to join the fun! Website: www.DentonCelticDancers.com 

DFW Scots - Scottish Texans, Scottish Americans, persons of Scottish descent, and Scots of whatever description (does that cover everyone?) are welcome to gather here for information about Games, Gatherings, Festivals, Ceilidhs, Meetings, Classes, Balls, and other events in the Dallas / Ft. Worth and north Texas areas. Coveners and Organizers are invited to share contact information and links to websites. Celebrate Your Heritage!

Dianne Shipman's Scottish Country Dancing - Come Dance With Us! Wednesdays 7pm - 10pm at Odd Fellows Hall, 115 E 14th St (Heights), Houston, Texas.

El Paso-Las Cruces Area Kilters Alliance - a group for those men in El Paso, Texas, Las Cruces, New Mexico and the surrounding areas of Ft.Bliss, White Sands Missile Range, Holloman AFB, etc, who choose to wear that most Masculine of garments, THE KILT, and the ladies who admire them. Scottish heritage is not necessary, as anyone with nerve & confidence can wear a kilt. Its purpose is to organize kilt nights out to the pub, attend sporting events (such as El Paso Scorpion Rugby matches - kilted), and to promote the acceptance of & wearing of the kilt in today's society.

Gulf Coast Folk - This group will be dedicated to announcements and brief discussions about folk music performances in Southeast Texas and places within reasonable driving distance thereof.  Singer-songwriters, dulcimer players, Autoharp, folk harp and Celtic genre are all among the types of music this group wants to hear and hear about. 

gun_ainm - The Scottish Club of Tulsa's Scottish Gaelic Studies Group. We each have our own individual goals for learning Gaelic but our group goal is practical conversation. We use material from Speaking Our Language videos, tapes, and books; Teach Yourself Gaelic, Muriel Fisher's Level One, BBC's Beag air Bheag, Cothrom Ionnsachaidh, and other material collected from the Internet and books. This is a discussion group for people primarily in the Tulsa area and Northeastern Oklahoma, though people from all around the globe with a passion for Gaelic are welcome.

HHGA Grouplist - Houston Highland Games Association (HHGA) members-only. All current members have full access for the purpose of receiving timely communication on the status, progress, and unfolding plans for the current year's Games. Non-public administrative documents (secretary minutes, committee reports, treasurer reports, master inventory list, etc), and other working/reference tools, will be uploaded monthly.  Website: www.houstonhighlandgames.com

Irish Aires Email Lists - Irish/Celtic events in the Houston area & other information that the Irish Aires radio program posts.

North Texas Harp Ring - a fun group of individuals who get together to play the harp. It is a mix of levels, even beginners, are very welcome to join. Our love of "Celtic" music brought us together and as we grow so shall the selction of music. This yahoo group is a way for us to keep in touch.

ntcpdml - The OFFICIAL Yahoo! North Texas Caledonian Pipes & Drums discussion group. Join in the fun and appreciation of the North Texas Caledonian Pipes & Drums and their music. The North Texas Caledonian Pipes & Drums are a non-profit Organization dedicated to the promotion of Scottish Bagpipe Music and it's culture.

sasbr - Email List of the St. Andrew Society of Baton Rouge (SABR) a Scottish Heritage Society based in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. SABR was founded to do works of charity and further Scottish heritage and culture.

sassnm - The St Andrew Scottish Society of New Mexico: the objective of the Society is to perpetuate an interest in the culture of Scotland and to encourage the study of Scottish history, literature, and the performing arts and to engage in fellowship with persons who value and appreciate the history and culture of Scotland.

scmacleod - For the members of the MacLeod clan in TX, OK, AR and LA to exchange ideas, information, news and pictures. Membership is open to ACMS members in the South Cental Region.

scotattire - Scottish Highland Attire: Through wearing of Scottish Highland attire, we can feel a part of our common Scottish heritage and our own Scottish ancestors. Discuss and debate the basics as well as the fine points of Scottish Highland Attire.  Moderated by Tom Mungall and Todd Wilkinson.

Scots of Austin - Dedicated to the promotion and preservation of Scottish culture in and around Austin, Texas.

Scottish Council Grouplist - Since 1985 The Scottish Clan Council of Houston has provided callers to 713-871-0061 with the most current information available about Scottish and other Celtic activities primarily in the Greater Houston Area, but also Texas at-large and its adjoining states.  With this email/web site at Yahoo! Groups, The Scottish Clan Council of Houston provides a handy calendar of events with links to related cultural organizations, clan/family affiliations, and vendor sources, all continually updated. Send email if you don't find who or what you need!

ScottishInvasion - Join us in this state wide movement to bring Scottish and Celtic Culture to the forefront in cities across Texas! This group is open to all Scots who celebrate Scottish / Celtic Culture and a place where people can coordinate various events in their local cities for the preservation, and promotion of Scottish Heritage, Culture, Music and Dance. 

Scottish Southwest - Meet Scottish Americans in the Southwestern United States and/or discuss issues relating to Scottish Americans. Also a place for our cousins on the other side of the Atlantic to reconnect us to our heritage. Persons of all nationalities and ethnicities are welcome to join and participate in our discussions of Scotland and Scottish Americans.

Scottish Texan Soldiers - The General Sam Houston Post #1879, of the Scottish American Military Society (SAMS), located in the piney woods of East Texas, somewhere between Houston, the 1st capitol of the Republic of Texas (not far from the birthplace of freedom, the San Jacinto Battleground); and Huntsville, the final resting place of the General.

Texas Emerald Society - We are Law enforcement, criminal justice, and public safety professionals in the State of Texas who are of Irish/Gaelic decent.

Texas Scottish Festival - Discuss up-to-date information about the Texas Scottish Festival & Highland Games, Arlington, Texas. This list also has a variety of discussions about other local/regional celtic events, and interests outside of the celtic community. For official TSF information, check their main website at  www.texasscottishfestival.com

uscok - United Clans of Oklahoma

X Marks The Scot - A Kilt Forum:  an international community of kilt wearers and those who encourage the wearing of kilts.  Kilts are a man's garment and it is our goal to promote the wearing of the kilt in more than just the "Highland Games" situation. This is not a forum for men looking to wear womens clothing nor is it a forum for other types of men's un-bifurbricated garments. If you want to know more about kilts then you have come to the right place!  You do not have to be Scottish to post here or to wear a kilt. The name of this forum was chosen a while ago for different purposes and yet this website has evolved into what it is today. Please do not let the name deter you from posting.

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