Loch Ness, in Scotland, has been part of fiction, lore and legend for over 1,400 years!!
On September 11, 2013, at 5:15pm – The British Consulate General in Boston will be hosting a charity fundraising event supporting the Scots’ Charitable Society.
Adrian Shine - Internationally known as the foremost researcher of Loch Ness, having 40 years experience of studying the legend, biology and geography of Loch Ness and to a lesser extent, Loch Morar.
His presentation is titled: From the New England Sea-serpent to Loch Ness ….. and Back Again.
“Striding through history and tradition, witnesses and investigations, the evidence, the analysis, a few possibilities …. but a very new conclusion!”
There will be appetizers with a Scottish flair, as well as whisky and beer featuring:
Laphroig – Dewars – Drambuie and Traquair House Ales as well as Samuel Smith products.
Walkers Shortbread will also have product for sampling
We hope you can join us for this fun and educational evening supporting the continuing mission of the Scots’ Charitable Society.
British Consulate General, Boston
Suggested donation $20.00
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The Scots' Charitable Society
The Scots' Charitable Society, founded in 1657, is the oldest charitable organization still existing in the Western Hemisphere. The Society awards undergraduate scholarships to the Scottish-American community and provides relief to individuals and Scots’ families in need. In 2013, we awarded over $80,000 in scholarships to deserving students.
The Society also seeks to promote Scottish and Celtic heritage through education, participation in highland games, parades and other cultural events throughout the New England.
The British Consulate General in Boston represents the UK government in the New England region.
This involves work across political, commercial, security and economic areas of interest to the UK and New England states including Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Rhode Island, and Connecticut (except Fairfield County). The consulate provides consular assistance to British nationals in the New England region.