Kansas City St. Andrew Society
Preserving and Promoting our Proud Scottish Heritage in Kansas City
The Kansas City St. Andrew Society was formed in 1914 as an immigrant aid society. Today, the Society's objective is to preserve and promote our Scottish heritage. Social activities include: the Robert Burns Dinner, St. Andrew observance, an annual picnic, Heritage Dinners, Pub Nights, and other events throughout the year. We invite everyone of Scottish heritage or interest, 18 or older, to join.
Society members are encouraged to participate in our many special interest groups including: Highland Dancers, Scottish Country Dancers, St. Andrew Pipes and Drums, Scottish Sing-Along, Robert Burns Study Group, Scots Readers, Gaelic Language, and Scottish Study Group.
The meetings for 2020 will be held at Central United Methodist Church, 5144 Oak Street Kansas City, MO 64112 at 2:30 pm on the below dates:
Jun 7 Online ONLY
Oct 4 Online ONLY - details will be provided with dues notice
The June 7 General Meeting was held online only.
Go to the Previous minutes & financials page for details.
Due to COVID-19 nearly all in-person events for 2020 have been CANCELLED. See below.
K.C. Ethnic Commission Diplomatic Ball - CANCELLED, see below.
K.C. St. Andrew Family Picnic - CANCELLED
K.C. Ethnic Enrichment Festival - August 2020 CANCELLED
K.C. SAS Kirkin' O' the Tartan - November 15, 2020 - Grace & Holy Trinity Cathedral KCMO
St. Andrew Day observance will be a greeting card mailed to members & other St. Andrew Societys
KC SAS Burns Dinner - January 23, 2021 - CANCELLED
K.C. Ethnic Commission Diplomatic Ball - May 22, 2021. Carol Duncan has about 10 seats left. Society band and dancers will perform as well as Welsh dancers and English historical figures.