The American-Scottish Foundation® - Events

Pipes and Drums in Lower Manhattan

The American-Scottish Foundation® is proud to present a series of events to take place on April 6th and 7th bringing the celebration of Scotland to New York’s most historic area of Wall Street. With concerts in the British Garden at Hanover Square and celebrations on Stone Street, the community will enjoy music and tradition from Scotland.

Wednesday April 6th - A tribute to Scottish Music
British Garden at Hanover Square 12.30pm

The Assemble and Leap Dancers of The Scottish Board of National Dancers Sixteen dancers with Four world, national and international champ
Raintown : Whisky Kiss

Thursday April 7th - A celebration of Robert Burns in Words & Music
British Garden at Hanover Square : 12.30pm

Shawlands Academy - Glasgow
Members of Global Partners Junior Scotland 2010-11 program
Little Fire, 2010 Scottish Arts Council winner :
Mike Ogletree : Whisky Kiss

Celebrate Scotland on Stone Street
Lower Manhattan's oldest cobbled street adjoining the Park
Visit - Vintry : Financier : Becketts : Ullysees : Harrys of Hanover
and many more

Thursday 7th April – 7.30pm onwards :
Music from Scotland : Becketts on Stone Street
Little Fire : Raintown : Mike Ogletree : Whisky Kiss

Wall Street joins in celebrating Scotland's Tartan Week as the
Museum of American Finance opens a three month exhibit to run from
April 5th to July 12th
spotlighting Alexander Hamilton (January 11, 1755 – July 12, 1804) was the first United States Secretary of the Treasury, a Founding Father, and economist. The exhibit, which is presented in association with The American-Scottish Foundation® traces his lineage and legacy. On April 7th a discussion and reception will take place at the Museum

For further details email or telephone 212 605 0338

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