community

To unite in a fraternal, cultural and social bond to preserve and perpetuate Scottish ideals, traditions, literature and song.

COVID-19

Mission + Vision

Membership is not limited to those with Scottish Ancestry. If you have an interest in Scottish Culture, please join us at any of our events or gatherings. 

Due to COVID-19, The Scottish Club of Tulsa, like so many other organizations, had to put a halt to all our normal gatherings and events. The safety and well-being of our membership is at the forefront as we begin to resume a more normal routine. We will do everything in our ability to respect Covid guidelines while serving our membership. 


Our normal gathering place, the American Legion on Admiral Place, has been given approval by the Health Dept to resume events as long as social distancing, masking, and temperature checks are made. With this in mind we are moving ahead with our normally scheduled Gatherings, as well as planning our Annual Burns Supper in July. We look forward to seeing you soon.





A NOTE FROM OUR PRESIDENT

History


Scottish Club of Tulsa was founded in 1955 and continues to partner with related organizations in Green Country.


Hello and welcome to the Scottish Club of Tulsa!

It is my honor and privilege to serve the Membership of the Scottish Club of Tulsa as the President. 

My Scottish ancestry consists of Clans Stewart, MacFarlane, and Buchanan which I share with my best friend and wife, Jamie.

 

Your President,

David Miller