The Caledonian Society was established in 1965 by a group of ex-Scots and other interested people who were living in Hawai'i, and who wanted to educate themselves and others and enjoy the culture of Scotland while honoring their new home.
Hosts of the Hawaiian Scottish Festival
The Hawaiian Scottish Association is a gathering place for Hawaii locals and visitors with Scottish heritage or enthusiasm. We host various events through the year.
Committed to education, heritage, charitable service and cooperation of the Celtic community.
Born from a love of Scottish Highland music, and led by Pipe Major Kim Greeley, Celtic Kula is an ensemble of talented bagpipers and drummers who play classic and contemporary Scottish music with a bit of Aloha. With a wide range of tunes, this group is happy to play non-profit events, weddings, memorials, parties, or simply to share the love of bagpiping and drumming. We can customize the music to meet your needs. See more at http://bagpipeshawaii.com. Contact us at email@example.com to bring Scottish Aloha into your life.
The Honolulu Branch of the Royal Scottish Country Dance Society invites you to join the worldwide community of dancers who thrill to fast-moving jigs and reels and stately strathspeys. Learn or polish your dancing skills in the friendly atmosphere of our classes. Share the joys of Scottish dancing and pageantry at our parties, workshops, and balls. All welcome! No experience necessary! Come with or without a partner. Bruce McEwan – senior teacher
Lillian Cunningham – Branch Chair
Under the leadership of Pipe Major Allison Jackson, the Isle of Maui Pipe Band, inspired thousands every year through performances in parades, concerts, festivals & weddings,
and much more. Check out the Jack Lee Workshop in February 2020 on Maui at http://www.isleofmauipipeband.com/about/jack-lee-workshop-maui/