Hosting at the House
of Scotland provides hospitality, refreshments, and information about
Scotland to visitors to the park from 12:00 to 4:00. House members take
turns hosting throughout the year. Attractions in the house include
videos of Scotland, Scottish music, tea, shortbread, scones, cookies,
Scottish clan and genealogy books, display of the pipes, the sporran,
the Braemar Challenge Caber, and answers to questions. Look inside the House of Scotland (this page is under revision & will be available soon)
The House of Scotland Ceilidh Band
Band practices on the second and fourth Sundays of each month and performs at various Scottish and House of Pacific Relations events.
They perform mostly Scottish, some Irish, and some original sets and tunes - playing fiddles, harp, accordion, recorder, bass recorder (and krumhorn), guitar, bass guitar, and percussion.
House of Scotland Pipe Band
The band practices
in the evening from 7:00 - 9:00 at the House of Pacific Relations.
class meets from 7:00 - 9:00 p.m. Students learn Scots Gaelic for everyday
use by watching the video series "Speaking
Our Language" singing songs in Gaelic and practicing the language.
Learn about the Gaelic roots behind Scottish music and dance.
night is seasonal, occuring once a month from May through September.
Please check for availability.