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Scottish American Society

The following are potential resources for those seeking instruction, programs, or information on Scottish culture, music, or dancing.  If you wish to be listed, please send me your information and I will include it. 


Certified B.A.T.D. Dance Instructor
Highland & Scottish National Branches
Highland Dancing taught at all levels.
Schedules Performances of the Tigh na Creige Highland Dancers
Scottish Country Dancing
56 Waldorf Drive
Akron, Ohio 44313
Tel.:  330-867-1030
Bagpipe Music
Contact him at: 
P.O. Box 6350
Akron, Ohio 44312
Frances Acar has started a new Scottish Country Dancing group in Kent at the Christ Episcopal Church.  Classes are every Friday, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m.  She also is seeking new students for her Gaelic class - to participate in the Mod in June.  If you have any questions about either of these, you can contact Frances by email at: frances@waspfactory.org - or by telephone at: 330-673-6514.     





Lorain, Ohio

Under the direction of

Kathi Macgregor, Captain

(see photo below)


 The Royal Canadian Legion Drill Team appears wearing the Royal Stewart Tartan and marches to the tunes of many local bagpipe bands.  They have won numerous awards for precision drill competitions.


They have been honored to appear in the following parades:  The Lorain International Celebration, the Akron Soap Box Derby, the Cleveland, Ohio, 500, the Milan Ohio Melon Festival, the Vermillion Ohio Wooly Bear Festival, the Cleveland St. Patrick's Day celebration, the Vermillion Festival of the Fish, the Akron Christmas parade and were privileged to march with 500 pipebands from all over the world at the New York City Tartan Day parade.


They have made numerous appearances over the years including a performance at E.J. Thomas Hall in Akron showcasing International Nationality Night.  They were in the receiving line when Prince Charles of England arrived at Cleveland Airport for a brief, rare visit.


This drill team has been an annual part of the Ohio Scottish Games in Wellington, Ohio.  They continue to promote their heritage throughout northern Ohio, Western Michigan, and Windsor Canada appearing at Canadian Legion Convention events and for other veteran and service organizations in their own district.  For additional information, please contact:


Kathi Macgregor Tel. 440-288-0440

e-mail:  drillcaptn@eriecoast.com 



4882 Pearl Road

Cleveland, Ohio 44109


This fine shop features everything Scottish - from food (yes, even haggis) to books and gift items, Heathergems, quaichs, brooches, and even will help you order a full kilted outfit.  The Hendersons have it all and for Northeast Ohioans, it couldn't be handier.  If you aren't from Northeast Ohio, they are happy to arrange mail order delivery, though you can often find them at fairs, games, and Scottish functions around the area.


Telephone Sue or Jim at:  216-398-1548 or 1-800-450-2725

Fax:  216-661-7529


Check out their web site at:  www.gaelicimports.com 

you'll be glad you did.


Canadian Legion Women's Drill Team