The Alaskan Scottish Club is a non-profit organization established to promote the Scottish culture, heritage and teachings to the people of Alaska. We achieve this through events, workshops, concerts and other social gatherings in Alaska throughout the year.
Check our our Events page to see what we have coming up!
Become a member
Want to learn more about the Scottish culture? Join the Alaskan Scottish Club! It’s camaraderie, learning and socializing with a cultural flair. We host many events that will give you the opportunity to enjoy the warmth of the Scottish Culture.
An Alaskan Scottish Club membership gives you access to some great events throughout the year that celebrate the Scottish Culture in Alaska. From the Burns Night Dinner, to St. Andrew’s Night, to Kirkin’ O’ The Tartan and the Alaska Scottish Highland Games, there is plenty to participate in year round and your membership gets you discounts to all ASC event!
You will also be subscribed to the Tundra Thistle, our monthly newsletter.
Membership is only
$15 for a Single and $30 for a family
Alaskan Scottish Club Tartan
The Tartan seen at the top of our website is the official “Alaskan Scottish Club” Tartan. It was designed in 1991 by Alice Dillbeck for the Club. It was registered in 2013 with The Scottish Register of Tartans.
Rose reflects a winter sunset on Denali’s lofty top, a summer offer of shooting stars, and wild rose hips.
Green suggests magnificent forests, short stalk sedge, lingonberry, and saxifrage.
Gold recalls the great North Star, the miners’ golden dream, tamarack, birch, and aspen mirrored in a stream.
The ice, the snow, the lights of the Auroras.
Blue is for the sky, forget-me-nots, the open sea, the deep cold azure of lakes, the glaciers’ mysterious hue and for the Scottish origins of many Alaskans.