Clan or Non-profit Representative
Registration due by July 1
Clans who have not participated before must be sanctioned by their national clan organization to represent the clan. Clans wishing to march in the parade but not exhibit should contact email@example.com no later than July 1.
Family of Bruce International
Clan Cameron – Northern Lights Branch
Clan Chisholm Society
Council of Scottish Clans & Associations
Clan Cummings Society USA
Irish Fair of Minnesota
Kennedy Society of North America
International Clan MacFarlane Society
Clan MacMillan – North Central States
Murray Clan Society of USA
St. Andrew’s Society of Minnesota
Twin Cities Scottish Club
There will be no judging. However, everyone can vote for a “People’s Choice” award for Most Popular Car and Most Popular Motorcycle. First Place in each category will be a gift package of traditional Scottish “Highland Nectar of the Gods”. (AKA: “Haggis Helper”. AKA: “Single Malt”.)
2018 People’s Choice
Jerry Andresen // 1974 Rolls-Royce Silver Shadow
Jack Schneider // 1932 MG J2 Midget
Please contact Jim Harris with questions:
Clann Tartan appears at events throughout the year ranging from schools, to black powder rendezvous, to being featured visitors at historic sites. The Regiment portrays Scotland before the cultural devastation that followed the final defeat by the English, and at a time when huge numbers of men (up to 5% of Scotland’s population) left to fight in Europe’s last great war of religion. Visitors are encouraged to attend the scheduled military drills and other demonstrations or to interact with the Regiment!
We feature weapons demonstrations, crafting and cultural demonstrations, songs and sagas as well as Viking games like Kuub. Our camp is located near the water mill not far from Kings Gate.
While Dakota Curling has many seasoned and talented members, we are also especially well-known for our welcoming and supportive attitude toward new curlers. Many club members are certified curling instructors and we have a strong and well developed program for teaching people how to curl.
The Guild serves nearly 700 new and experienced fiber artists each year through classes and events. WGM offers beginning classes in weaving (floor loom, rigid heddle, and off-loom techniques), and in spinning (wheel, drop spindle, e-spinner) along with a variety of intermediate and advanced classes and workshops. Member events include meetings and lectures, self-study interest groups, exhibition opportunities, and the annual guild sale.
WGM was the catalyst in the formation of the Textile Center, where the Guild currently maintains classroom, retail, and library space. WGM’s on-site shop, Fiber Source, sells new and donated yarn, books, and equipment and is a dealer for Schacht Spindle.