Welcome to the St. Louis Scots!

Celebrating and bringing Scottish culture to the heart of St. Louis since 1973


Please Read This Important Announcement From Our Society President

It is with great disappointment that the Scottish St. Andrew Society of Greater St. Louis has decided to postpone indefinitely our upcoming April events: the annual Tartan Day celebrations on Saturday, April 4th, and the Speaker Series lecture with Scott Sinclair on Wednesday, April 8th.

The COVID-19 pandemic has already been declared a state and national-level emergency. The WHO, CDC, local and national governments issue more stringent restrictions on public gatherings every day. Amidst the chaos and uncertainty, postponing our events is the only socially responsible decision.  

We are cautiously optimistic that we can reschedule these events for sometime later in the year, but the fluid nature of the crisis makes it imprudent to try to plan for a particular date at this point. Please stay tuned to our Society communiques via your preferred media for updates.  

Tartan Day celebrates the anniversary of the Declaration of Arbroath on April 6th, 1320. We were looking forward to celebrating the 700th anniversary in person. Since that is no longer an option, we throw ourselves behind the New York City Tartan Week's plan to hold a virtual Tartan Day celebration. Please celebrate with us electronically by posting a photo or video of you and your family/friends in highland dress, playing an instrument, reading a poem, or whatever you wish to do to celebrate Tartan Day. Tag it with #nyctartanweek and #STLScots. Check out their Facebook page for more information and post your media there and/or on our own Society Facebook page.  

In the meantime, stay safe and keep washing your hands! Check out this handy website created by a 17 year old boy which turns any song into a 20 second song! We chose Auld Lang Syne!


Matt Pantaleoni


Scottish St. Andrew Society of Greater St. Louis

We Are the Scots in St. Louis!

The Scottish St. Andrew Society of Greater St. Louis is a non-profit 501(c)3 dedicated to the cultural interchange between Scotland and the St. Louis region. As part of our mission, we enjoy sharing our passions and knowledge about Scottish heritage. We achieve these goals through public events, philanthropy, and educational programs. We welcome everyone to join us for gatherings, events, and meetings. Click on each drop down menu to learn about upcoming events, memberships, news updates, and other exciting topics. For those savvy with social media, follow the #STLScots and join the conversation! 

Our Mission

The Society's mission encompasses historical, educational, cultural, and philanthropic activities to further the relationship between Scotland and St. Louis. We welcome everyone to share in our mission. Click below to learn more about our history and role in the community.

Our History


All year long, the society practices its heritage in all forms. Scottish holidays and gatherings are just one part of everything we do. We bring people, organizations, and the St. Louis community together in the promotion of Scottish traditions. Scotland can be enjoyed by everyone! Check out the different links describing our culture and how you can take part in what we offer.

Learn More


The society hosts a number of different events throughout the year, from formal affairs to enjoying happy hour with members after work. All our events are open to the public and members receive special discounts on paid events.  We also share events hosted by partner organizations and you can keep track of them all on our Community Calendar.

Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events

Date/Time Event
6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Society Board Meetings
C.J. Muggs Clayton, Saint Louis MO
7:00 pm-9:00 pm
Drones Club Recital
Llywelyn’s Pub, Webster Groves MO
6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Society Board Meetings
C.J. Muggs Clayton, Saint Louis MO
6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Society Board Meetings
C.J. Muggs Clayton, Saint Louis MO
6:00 pm-8:00 pm
Society Board Meetings
C.J. Muggs Clayton, Saint Louis MO

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