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.
Dear members: It is time to renew your annual membership! Visit our membership page to submit your renewal for 2018.
Wednesday, April 4
SAS annual trivia night
Join us Wednesday, April 4 for our SAS annual trivia night at Annexe St-Ambroise (5080 St Ambroise St, Montreal) for a fun evening of Scottish Trivia.
Hosted this year by the Activities Committee to test your knowledge of Scottish trivia...
New questions, harder questions. Are you up to the CHALLENGE?
Doors open 7 pm
Quiz starts 7.30 pm
We look forward to seeing you. RSVP and information with George: email@example.com
Thursday, April 5th
2:30 to 1:30 pm
"GREAT SCOTS: Canada’s Greatest Storytellers with Scottish Links."
For the Atwater Library Lunchtime Series, renowned editor, publisher and author Douglas Gibson presents "GREAT SCOTS: Canada’s Greatest Storytellers with Scottish Links." The McGill University Chair in Canadian-Scottish Studies is co-hosting this special event.
Friday, April 6
Rediscovering the Scots: A Colloquium to Inaugurate the Chair in Canadian-Scottish Studies
The Scottish influence in Canadian history has been of undeniable importance, facilitated by intensifying transatlantic ties between Scotland and northern North America and manifested in multiple spheres of Canadian society, from business and government to education and cultural life. As historians increasingly investigate Canadian history’s transnational dimensions, there remains much to discover about the Scottish connection and its diverse impacts. This one-day colloquium, Rediscovering the Scots, inaugurates the St. Andrew’s Society/McEuen Scholarship Foundation Chair in Canadian-Scottish Studies, and begins a conversation that will work towards defining and realizing a broader research agenda for the study of the Scots and Scottishness in Quebec and Canadian history.
Join us for presentations by scholars from across the country. The colloquium, open to the public, will take place at the McGill Faculty Club (3450 McTavish Street) on April 6 from 12 pm to 5 pm. A cocktail reception will follow.
Tuesday, April 10
Reception and dinner to honour Chief, Christine Zachary-Deom Mohawk Council, Kahnawake
The Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem in association with The Jeanie Johnston Educational Foundation cordially invites you to a reception and dinner to honour Chief, Christine Zachary-Deom Mohawk Council, Kahnawake for her civic contributions to the City of Montreal and Kahnawake.
The theme of her speech will be: “Consultation and Reconciliation: what it means for Montreal and Kahnawake”
Tuesday, 10th April 2018, 7:00 p.m.
Saint James’s Club (1145 Union Avenue, Montreal)
Attire: Black Tie/Business Suit/Highland Dress
R.S.V.P.: Mildred Benoit, 514-690-4568 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Saturday, April 28
Our Quebec Thistle Council Awards cocktail
Our Quebec Thistle Council Awards cocktail will take place Saturday, April 28th, 4 pm, at the Black Watch Armoury (2067 Bleury St). A special day commemorating and celebrating Scots in the Province of Quebec and their contributions to the establishment of our city, province and country. After the awards join us for a special gin tasting with Peter McAuslan.