Welcome to the St. Louis Scots!

Celebrating Scottish culture in the heart of St. Louis since 1973.

Auld Alliance Scotch and Chocolate Pairing

In celebration of Scottish – Franco friendship!

Welcome to the St. Louis Scots!

Celebrating Scottish culture in the heart of St. Louis since 1973.

Auld Alliance Scotch and Chocolate Pairing

In celebration of Scottish – Franco friendship!

Welcome to the St. Louis Scots!

Celebrating Scottish culture in the heart of St. Louis since 1973.

Auld Alliance Scotch and Chocolate Pairing

In celebration of Scottish – Franco friendship!

We're the Scots in St. Louis, Missouri!

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.

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Join Us

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.

Renew Your Membership

We bring people, organizations, and the St. Louis community together in the promotion of Scottish traditions.

Upcoming Events

Plenty of Scottish holidays, social gatherings, and formal events happen year-round. View our upcoming events to learn more.

Celebrating Scottish Culture

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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.

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Culture

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.

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Events

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.

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Join Us For Gatherings, Events, and Meetings

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!

Become a Member Today!

Membership in the society is open to everyone; you don’t need to be Scottish in order to join. Individual, Family, and Senior applications are available for to choose from at different rates.

Upcoming Events

Some more about RLS, do you have a favourite book or quote?#STLScotsThe son and grandson of prominent Scottish engineers, Louis was expected to follow in their footsteps. He dutifully attended engineering school, and excelled there, but upon graduation he disappointed his parents by announcing that he intended to become a writer rather than a civil engineer. Later he would disappoint them again by marrying Fanny Van de Grift Osbourne, a pistol-packing American divorcee who was 12 years his senior.But following his heart led him ultimately to happiness and success. When he died at age 44 of a cerebral hemorrhage, he was not at a desk in Scotland doing a job he hated, but rather at his home in the South Pacific, happily married and doing a job he loved, his novels Treasure Island and The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde having won him enduring fame."An aim in life is the only fortune worth finding."Robert Louis Stevenson was born on November 13, 1850, one hundred seventy-one years ago today. ... See MoreSee Less
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