A Hundred Thousand Welcomes "Ceud mìle fàilte" to The Caledonian Society of New Orleans!



* The Caledonian Society of New Orleans' purpose is to study, preserve, teach and present the culture, history, heraldry, pageantry, music, literature, crafts and all of the arts of Scotland and the Isles.

* To sponsor a Scottish Pipe Band and to grant Scholarships in piping, drumming and dancing that will perpetuate our heritage among the younger generation of Scots in our Society.

The Caledonian Society of New Orleans celebrates the life of our departed member, past president, and first Drum Major for KOMC;

Michael Elliott

"He was always easy to follow, easy to work with, and always quick to smile. He carried himself with dignity." - Steve Brownlee

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Year: 2018

Current:
Monthly CSNO Meetings @ Knights of Columbus Hall in Lakeview

See Calendar for details


See photos from the Burns Supper 2016 ( HERE )


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