Community Music School of Santa Cruz. . .
. . .is a non-profit educational organization dedicated to offering the encouragement and support that will allow musical gifts to surface and grow in the full spectrum of musical forms. They offer teacher referrals for a wide variety of instruments and musical styles, Celtic music camps, concerts and more.

The Celtic Society of the Monterey Bay. . .

. . .was formed to encourage an awareness of all aspects of the Celtic culture with a special emphasis on the rich musical tradition. The Society sponsors sessions and gatherings two times a month where many of the fine local musicians perform in an informal setting and all are welcome to come along to enjoy the music and meet others with an interest in all things Celtic. The Society also arranges concerts by internationally renowned performers of traditional music.

Saint Andrews Society of San Francisco
St. Andrew's Societies were originally organized during the period of Scottish immigration in the 19th Century in order to assist needy Scots settling in their new country. The first Society was formed in New York, and named after Christ's first disciple, the patron Saint of Scotland. St. Andrew's cross on a blue background forms the flag of Scotland. Membership in the Society is open to to male natives and male descendents of Scotland. The Society hosts a number of events throughout the year.


Clan MacLaine of Lochbuie

Clan Stewart Society in America

Clan Wallace Society

in Northern California

Tartan Day Family Gathering

Sacramento Valley Scottish Games & Festival,

Scottish Renaissance Festival

Oakland Scottish Games (Dunsmuir)

Monterey Highland Games & Celtic Festival

Caledonian Club of SF Scottish Gathering & Games (Pleasanton)

Fresno Scottish Festival & Highland Games

Dixon Scottish Games

Some of our favorite BANDS

Wicked Tinkers:


Seven Nations :

Cele De:

Molly's Revenge:

Cashel, The Forest for a Thousand Years - A project designed to restore and regenerate Scotland's native woods to their original splendour through sound forestry practice.
Home of the Celtic Knot Font, an innovative new way to design your own unique Celtic knotwork patterns just by typing on your keyboard!
Master metalsmith Garth Duncan's handcrafted Celtic jewelry, Scottish dirks, sgian dubhs, and more.
Tom Bullock's interactive and educational site includes searchable maps of the UK and Ireland with links to info on over 500 sites, photos, Quick Time Virtual Reality movies, a glossary of terms, historical timeline, CDs and more. A great collection of links to all things Scottish and Celtic.
Granny McQuade was renowned throughout Glasgow for her spiced apple chutney and her gingered pear chutney. Now Alison McQuade has brought her recipes to San Francisco, where they are made with only the freshest and best ingredients and shipped directly to you.
Prehistoric sites in the UK, Ireland and beyond. Links, downloads, maps, web search, members features, thousands of images. Try the new live Megalith Map!
The exclusive online shop for Ancient Stones themed products: CD-ROMs, books at up to 75% off, art, jewellery, crafts, CDs & videos.
Visit Germany without leaving home! Located at 9600 Highway 9 in Ben Lomond, this quaint chalet-style restaurant is surrounded by redwoods and filled with Bavarian hospitality.
Scottish books from Scotland - New, used and out of print books from the west of Scotland.

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