Welcome to the Scottish American Society of the Quad Cities!

We're a community of people who come together to celebrate Scottish history, culture, and tradition, and our connections with our Celtic "cousins." If you're interested in Scottish and or Celtic history and tradition, you're more than welcome to join us! Events (in non-COVID years) include traditional celebrations, such as our annual Robert Burns Dinner, Beltane, Tartan Day, Samhain, and St. Andrews Day, and we also support other groups that promote Scottish/Celtic traditions, heritage, and culture. You may find us at the Celtic Festival and Highland Games, hosting an annual Scottish Golf Day, or at Blackhawk Pipes and Drums performances.

It is a great organization of friendly people, and we are always accepting new members. Scottish heritage or ancestry is not required. Please see our membership page, and do join us at an event. 


Robert Burns Dinner Is March 4!
Watch for the reservation letter in your mailbox! 
Every ticket includes:
  • Social hour & entertainment
  • Toasts, Address to the Haggis & More Traditional Pagentry
  • Haggis Starter & Full Dinner
  • After-Dinner Entertainment, Dancing, Raffles & Fun!
 Please see our Special Events Burns Dinner Page for details. All are welcome!  

Flowers of the Forest

Our sympathies on the losses of William "Bill" Craig, Bill Lee, Clevelyn Scott, John "Scotty" McFedries, Roger Stancliff, Agnes Koresko, Jim Clark, and Angus Muir. If you are aware of a passed member, please do reach out so we can recognize them. Our condolences go out to the families and friends of these long-time society members. They will be much missed.  
2022 donations:
  • Monmouth College, in memory of Bill Lee 
  • King's Harvest Pet Rescue, in memory of Bill Craig 
2020 donations: 
  • Cafe' on Vine, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, and the Stancliff family (memorials)
In 2019, the SAS supported several efforts to promote Celtic culture, and the Quad Cities as a whole. These included:
  • Flood Relief efforts at the Salvation Army of the Quad Cities
  • Efforts to rebuild the Irish Football Club of the Quad Cities. The team includes people from all backgrounds, including Scots, and is working on a youth team. 
  • Scottish dance instruction through Studio A Dance Company and Colleen's School of Celtic Dance. Our thanks to the dancers who performed at our 2020 Burns Night! 
 See our Events page for a photo
Our thanks to members who supported Birdies for Charity, the Scottish Golf Event, and other fundraising efforts. 

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Contact Us
Mailing address: P.O. Box 132, Moline, IL 61266
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