Calendar of Events

Phoenix Branch Events
Demonstrations: Our demonstration team last performed at the Arizona Highland Celtic Festival on July 20, 2019 at Fort Tuthill in Flagstaff, AZ, and then COVID shut everything down. We do not currently have any other demonstrations on the horizon.

Annual Burns Night Supper: It is traditional to celebrate the birthday of the famous Scottish poet Robert Burns, born January 25, 1759. We held our annual celebration on Sunday, January 26, 2020 at Fibber Magee's Pub (1989 West Elliot Road, Chandler AZ 85224). At a Burns Night Supper, we gather and be social, with perhaps a poem or two, and also enjoy the pub's fish & chips or shepard's pie (all food & drink can be purchased individually at the pub). They ask us not to bring our bagpipes, but poetry and toasts are encouraged! There might also be a little bit of dancing... you never know! Stay tuned for news about our 2021 Burns Night celebration, which might be a virtual, online cornucopia of poetry, toasts, and storytelling!

Phoenix Highland Games: We often perform at the Highland Games, held in Phoenix each March. Stay tuned for news about future Games, where you can perhaps join us for some audience participation! The games are held at Steele Indian School Park (directions below). For more information, check out the official games website.

Events with Other Branches
None at this time.

Directions to Event Locations
Mesa Women's Club
The Mesa Women's Club is a beautiful historic building in Mesa, AZ. Its wooden floors make it the perfect location for our special events!
Steele Indian School Park
The Phoenix Highland Games are held at Steele Indian School Park in downtown Phoenix.
200 N Macdonald St., Mesa, AZ 85201 Indian School Rd., between Central and 7th St.