Heed the Call ~ MacAulays are Gathering!

11-13 August 2022 ~ Stornoway, Isle of Lewis, Scotland

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Scotland Shop Names Clan MacAulay as Clan of the Month for July 2021

We are deeply honoured to have been selected as Scotland Shop’s Clan of the Month. Thank you Emily and the Scotland Shop team. See below for their message and a link to the MacAulay Tartans and Clan page! Be sure to check back as they will continue to add information (and an interview) throughout the month of July.

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Garrett County Celtic Festival, Friendsville, Maryland, June 5, 2021

The Garrett County Celtic Festival will take place June 5, at the Friendsville Community Park, in Friendsville, Maryland. Events have been curtailed due to the COVID pandemic, but there will be clans, three stage bands, pipes and drums and Celtic dance. The local library will have organized activities for children and their parents. Out-of-state clans are welcome to participate. The time for the event is 10:30am to 6:00pm.


Pat Ware, Commissioner, Maryland & West Virginia, Clan MacAulay

Mountain State Scottish and Celtic Gathering, Doddridge County Park, West Virginia

On the 29th of May, Clan MacAulay will attend the first annual Mountain State Scottish and Celtic Gathering in West Union, Doddridge County, West Virginia at the Doddridge County Park. There will be no fee charged for the participating clans, but donations will be accepted. A hospitality tent, stocked with food and drinks and locally catered, will be provided for the clans in attendance. All clans, in-state or out-of-state, will be welcomed. The scheduled time is 10:00am to 5:00pm. This is a first for them and a first for us. We are looking forward to it.

Pat Ware, Commissioner, Maryland & West Virginia, Clan MacAulay


Berry Celtic Festival, NSW, Australia! May 222, 2021

Your Clan MacAulay will be present at the Berry Celtic Festival, on the Illawarra coast of NSW, Australia. Come and meet us at the MacAulay tent – easily noticed by the big red banner. The Berry Celtic Festival kicks off at 9.30am with a grand parade of pipe bands marching in their distinctive kilts around the Berry Showground, together with representatives of all the Clans, medieval knights, and Scottish Terrier dogs.

Come see the marching of the massed bands, musical items, Celtic fiddlers, highland dancing, enchanted singing, and of course, the battles of the medieval knights.

Geoff Derrick, Ambassador, Australia, Clan MacAulay