The 19th Annual Scottish NA Community Conference will once again be taking place virtually, over the weekend of December 10 – 12.
The conference looks to build upon the greater audience joining in 2020, encouraging and hoping that you will add your voice to the conversation…
The Conference, organized by founders the Chicago Scots and the American Scottish Foundation together with the St. Andrew’s Society of Detroit, Council of Scottish Clans and Associations (COSCA), The Scottish Studies Foundation, Clans And Scottish Societies of Canada (CASSOC), and The University of Guelph, are developing a three day program under the title of ‘Expressions of Scottishness” – Exploring the Full Dimensions of Scotland’s Engagement with North America in 2021
The days focus on various areas relating to the question the conference poses:
Friday afternoon focuses upon genealogy and developments around research of ones Scottish roots.
Saturday turns to the expression of arts, heritage and culture today; how the way we engage has changed and is developing – from fashion, to museum and heritage site installations to highland games.
Sunday will turn once again to Scotland and hearing of plans for 2022 from leading organizers and organizations. We will hear of plans developing around the Year of Scotland’s Stories, the continuing celebration of the 250th Anniversary of Sir Walter Scott, the 75th Anniversary of the Edinburgh Festival and the new focus around “Responsible Tourism”.