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January 5
Piping at the Mansion
The McHenry Mansion
906 15th St.

February 22
Robert Burns Supper
The Fruit Yard
7948 Yosemite Blvd.

April 6
Tartan Day
McClatchy Square
15th St & I St.

April 12
International Day of the Child
Denair Elementary Charter Academy
3773 Madera Ave.

May 5
Kirkin O' the Tartan
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
1528 Oakdale Rd.

June 1
Campbell Scholarship Mini-Golf Tournament
4307 Coffee Rd.

June 22
All Celtic Picnic

July 27
Breakfast Fundraiser
3848 McHenry Ave.

Modesto International Festival
Modesto Junior College, East Campus
435 College Ave.

October 19
Central Valley Highland Games & Celtic Festival
Stanislaus County Fairfounds
900 N Broadway.

October 27
Kirkin O' the Tartan
Trinity United Presbyterian Church
1600 Carver Rd.

Saint Andrew's Day Event


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Plans are moving for an eventful year.

Coming up are events to help educate people about who we are, where we came from, and why we like plaid. First, for Tartan Day (April 6), we will be playing at McClatchy Park. This is the small rose garden across the street from the McHenry Mansion, the location of our piping competition in January. In addition to some wonderful bagpipe music, we will have information about tartans and why we use them. Later in the month, we will be joining Denair Elementary Charter Academy and their International Day of the Child. Here we will be teaching the little ones about Scotland.

Summer brings a few entertaining events. First, a mini-golf tournament that will help fund our new Campbell Scholarship, named in honor of our founders Herb and Betty Campbell. This will be on June 1 at Funworks in Modesto. Details can be found shortly at the link on the side. In July, we will be hosting a concert.

And with Fall we welcome back our signature event, the Highland Games. On October 19, we will open the games at our new venue, the Stanislaus County Fairgrounds, in Turlock. Plans are still in motion as far as entertainment and activities. Please look forward to what we will be able to do.

Thanks much, Charles Palmer, 2nd Chief