Comann Chlann Dòmhnaill na Gàidhealtachd ìs nan Eilean
To create a focus for people who belong to Scotland’s largest clan, which includes the Macdonalds of Sleat and of Clanranald; the MacDonells/Macdonalds of Glengarry and of Keppoch; the MacIains/Macdonalds of Glencoe; the MacIains of Ardnamurchan and the Macdonnells of Antrim.
Enquiries about any of the events below should be directed to the Secretary at email@example.com
Forthcoming Events 2020
Thursday, 13th February - Commemoration of the Massacre of Glencoe. 11am service in St. Mary's Episcopal Church. 12 noon departure of procession from Bridge of Coe to the Memorial, for a service and wreath-laying. Lunch afterwrads at the Glencoe Hotel. Pleas advise Ann McGhee (firstname.lastname@example.org or 07831196164) if you would like lunch.
3rd-5th April celebrations of the Declaration of Arbroath (details to be found on the internet)
Thursday 7th May: 7 pm provisional date for the AGM and bring-and-share supper
Saturday 18th July: Inverness Highland Games and AGM of Association of Highland Clans and Societies (AHCS)
Saturday 3rd October: provisional date for AHCS outing to Armadale (possibly replacing Society’s usual day outing)
Saturday 21st November: provisional date for ceilidh
Saturday, 23rd November - Clan Donald Ceilidh in Munlochy Hall, Ross-shire. Entertainment, dancing, light refreshments, raffle, BYOB.
Monday, 16th to Thursday, 19th September – Society’s outing to the Isle of Skye to see Clan Donald sites.
Saturday, 13th April – Annual Battle of Culloden commemorations. 11 am Gaelic Society of Inverness service at the Main Cairn.
Saturday, 16th March – Annual Academic Lecture by Professor Steve Mithen of Reading University "In search of Somerled: Excavation at Dunyvaig Castle 2018". Click here for an abstract of the lecture. Photographs in Gallery at foot of page.
Wednesday, 13th February – Annual commemoration of the Massacre of Glencoe.
Saturday, 22nd September Society's day outing to Invergarry. We visited Invergarry Castle, the Well of the Heads, the Glengarry Visitor Centre and Daingean buried village.