NATIONAL CLAN CAMERON AUSTRALIA INC. LUNCH – 28 November
National Clan Cameron Australia Inc. members and friends are invited to join fellow clan members for lunch and an illustrated talk by Roger Cameron titled “Geocentrifying’ Genealogists.” Roger has travelled extensively around the Cameron lands in Scotland and has built up a great knowledge of the area and locations where different families resided prior to emigrating.
WHERE: The Roseville Club, 64 Pacific Highway Roseville
COST PER PERSON: $55 for a two course set menu with tea/coffee. Other beverages will be available for purchase.
Saturday 2nd April 2022
This annual event began on 21 October 1978, its principal aim to raise funds for local charities and bring tourists to Bundanoon in particular and the Southern Highlands in general thereby benefiting local businesses, guesthouses and hotels. Continuing to this day, “Bundanoon is Brigadoon” has become one of the most successful events staged in the area. From its humble beginnings of a handful of pipe bands and spectators, and is recognised worldwide and has grown to into one of the finest Highland Gatherings in Australia.
Bonnie Wingham Scottish Festival
Saturday 4 June 2022 (To be confirmed)
The Manning Valley Historical Society presents the annual Bonnie Wingham Scottish Festival, Clans from all over the country descend on the town of Wingham (N.S.W.) to enjoy the Festival.
The Clan of Honour for 2022 will be Clan Donnachaidh.
The program will depend on COVID requirements. Hopefully, we will be able to have a full program for 2022.
Saturday 2nd jULY 2022
The Games begin with a parade of bands, clan representatives and others that leads into the Massed Band Salute and Chieftain’s Address that officially opens the day. Throughout the day there will be fun for all the family – there will be Highland and Country Dancing, Pipe Band displays, Strong Man events with the Kilted Warriors to enjoy as well as three-legged races, and the famed Kilted Dash to participate in. A multitude of stores and stands will surround the area selling all manner of Scottish heirlooms and souvenirs, clothing and garb, and food and drink to complete your day.
In the evening there will be a Pipe Band Quintet competition at the Aberdeen RSL Club.
29 April – 2nd May 2021
Planning is underway for the 2022 Australian Celtic Festival, celebrating our 30th Anniversary Festival and recognising the Celtic Nations of Brittany, Cornwall & Wales.
The Australian Celtic Festival is renowned as the premier Celtic event of New South Wales. It is the only Celtic themed festival in Australia to recognise different Celtic Nations each year, and has the unique atmospheric benefit of being located at the nationally acclaimed Australian Standing Stones. Festival week sees many Glen Innes Highlands venues come alive with Celtic events and entertainment.
To be advised
Happy New Year = Bliadhna mhath ùr
Friday 31 December
Hogmanay is the last day of the year and is synonymous with the celebration of the New Year (Gregorian calendar) in the Scottish manner. However, it is normally only the start of a celebration that lasts through the night until the morning of New Year’s Day (1 January). There are many customs, both national and local, associated with Hogmanay. The most widespread national custom is the practice of first-footing, which starts immediately after midnight.