We are pleased to present our new updated website to you.
Within the various pages of the site you will be able to keep up with the ongoing activities of the St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal, become informed about our community assistance and bursary programs, become familiar with the various committees of the society and join us at one or several of our events.
Upcoming spring events!
Ballet Divertmento - April 28 With Odyssée printanière, the students of the professional training program (Cegep) and the students of the Dance-Study program (primary and high school levels) offer the public some exquisite and breathtaking moments. In a variety of creations, the dancers explore many different styles of dance. The final work of the evening, Berceuse pour les héros, choreographed by Hélène Blackburn, artistic director of Cas public, is a co-production with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, and will feature students from Ballet Divertimento and from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
This evening is presented in partnership with the St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal and the Caisse de la Culture.
Click here to read Le Devoir’s April 10th's article "Trudeau commémore les 100 ans de la bataille de Vimy".
In this news piece, Mayor Denis Coderre is wearing the 1642 Montreal Tartan tie at the Battle of Vimy Ridge commemorative events in Montreal.
Presentation of 1642 Tartan to City Hall, March 2017.
Photos: Montreal Gazette, Journal Métro
The St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal presented the Montreal 1642 tartan at city hall on Monday to celebrate Montreal’s 375th anniversary. Click the links below to read more.
Read the "Le Devoir" article (Monday, March 20th) about Scots in Montreal with Peter McAuslan, Sterling Downey and Darren Henwood.
Click on the file below to read our Winter 2017 Journal!
Check out our President, Brian MacKenzie, playing the bagpipes on Montreal's Breakfast Television!
Youth Committee looking for members!
The St. Andrew’s Society of Montreal is currently looking for enthusiastic and bright individuals between the ages of 15 and 25 years to join our new Youth Committee. This is a unique opportunity to take an active role within the Society and to effect positive change within the Society and the Scottish community. This committee will be composed of and chaired by the youth members of our Society. If you are interested in joining or would like more information please contact the committee advisor Sean Smith at email@example.com or 514-824-6339.