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The Advocate (2017):
The Caledonian Society of New Orleans held its 43rd annual Burns Supper at the Southern Yacht Club with Virginia Dowager Urquhart of Urquhart as supper chairwoman. (HERE) 

Robert Burns Supper 2017 @ Southern Yacht Club

New Year: 2017

Monthly CSNO Meetings @ Knights of Columbus Hall in Lakeview

See Calendar for details

~ Read more about Scottish Country Dancing HERE


A LION RAMPANT GULES ( red) is the royal charge of Scottish kings forover 800 years, first used by William I, King of Scotland, 1165-1214. Holding in his DEXTER (right) paw, A THISTLE, PROPER (natural colours) the thistle is the flower of Scotland.

Upon, A FLEUR-DE-LIS, COUNTER/CHARGED, OR,PURPURE (gold, purple) the fleure-de-lis is the royal charge of France, symbolizing the "auld" alliance between France and Scotland, and in more modern times a recognized symbol of New Orleans.

All supported by a WREATH, OR, PURPURE, on a field VERT (green). The livery colours of New Orleans have long been green, purple, and gold, established by the school of design, otherwise known as Rex, King of Carnival, founded in 1872. All is encircled by a belt (brown), with the name of the society engraved in OR (gold).

Various Event Photos: Scottish Saturday at the St. Charles Parish Library (Photos Here)
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