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|Dunedin Highland Games
Held in beautiful Dunedin, Florida great Games to visit on the West Coast
|Northeast Florida Scottish Games
Held in Jacksonville, Florida
600 N Lake Destiny Rd, Maitland, Florida 32751
Feel like your stepping into a piece of Ireland--in fact, you are. Every piece of An Tobar, from its 60-foot bar to its booths, tables, chairs and bar stools, were built out of solid wood in Ireland. Translated as "the Well" in Gaelic, An Tobar reflects a Dublin street scape with Victorian shops, a Victorian Railway area with old-fashioned luggage and travel pieces and more. With three levels, there‘s always a spot to chat, enjoy an Ale, people watch, grab a bite or catch a game on one of An Tobar's giant TV's.
937 Douglas Avenue, Dunedin, FL
As the oldest microbrewery in Florida, they are committed to two great challenges:
satisfying our thirst for a well-crafted brew and fulfilling the need to contribute to a strong, vibrant Celtic community.
|Nolan's Irish Pub
204 West Cocoa Beach Causeway ( A1A AND 520)
Call: 321 783 8499
|Central Florida Saint Andrew's Society
A fraternal, social, educational, cultural, philanthropic and charitable organization that encourages an interest in the history and traditions of Scotland and its heritage.
|New World Celts (Orlando Chapter)
New World Celts provides scholarships for students and sponsors Celtic music and arts programs for Piping, Drumming, Highland and Irish Dancing, Fiddling, Athletics and other expressions of Celtic Culture.
|Celtic Norse Heritage Society|
We endeavor to honor, celebrate, and promote the Celtic culture, it's heritage and Norse influences. To strive as a body to preserve the integrity, authenticity. credibility, and diversity of this ancient culture. To advance and invest in Celtic-Norse awareness exhibited in history through music, dance, art, language, spirituality, and geography.
|American Gaelic Society
An Comunn Gàidhealach Ameireaganach strives to promote and preserve the Gaelic language and culture by supporting Gaelic language study and interest in Gaelic literature, song, music, art and history in North America and the world. A’ cumail na Gàidhlig Beò – Keeping Gaelic Alive!
|Gordon's Company of Musketeers
Re-enacting group circa 1700s
|Scottish-American Military Society
|Orlando Celtic Football Club
Soccer for all us Yanks. Join them in supporting Celtic Football and have a pint or three.
|Orlando Hurling Club
Want to play a 3,000 year old game that combines Rugby, Lacross, and Soccer?
Then try them out for wee bit o' fun.
|Orlando Rugby Club
Who needs pads!
|Scots Ancestry Research Society
The Scots Ancestry Research Society was set up in 1945 by Mr Tom Johnston, the Secretary of State for Scotland, to assist people of Scottish descent to trace their ancestors in Scotland. For many years it was the only such professional organisation undertaking Scottish genealogical research.
|The Wild Highlanders
Re-enacting group cira 1400s