GRSS members gather outside of our monthly meeting to enjoy food and friendship. Please feel free to join us at one of these casual dinners!
Dinners begin at 4:30.
February 18th - Smokey Bones, 4875 28th St SE, Grand Rapids, MI
To RSVP for the dinners please contact Ed Greiner at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please send any dinner location ideas to Ed as well.
Past Events 2024
Robert Burns Supper 2024
On January 20, 2024 the GRSS membership joined forces with Doric Lodge, a local Masonic group, to host a traditional Burns Supper. The GRSS holds this supper annually in honor of Scotland's favorite bard (poet), Robert Burns.
Past Events 2023
A grand time was had by all at the annual Christmas party on December 6th!
St. Andrew's Day Dinner
On Friday, November 17th, several members gathered for our annual St. Andrew's Day dinner at Keisers Kitchen in Lowell, MI.
Cultural Heritage Festival
For over a decade the GRSS has participated in the annual Cultural Heritage Festival at the Grand Rapids Public Museum. Thank you to all the GRSS members who came out to man the table!
Kids Food Basket
A few GRSS members met on Tuesday, October 24th to volunteer making sacked dinners for children in need. Kids Food Basket is a wonderful local organization that provides these nutritious dinner bags through the schools here in West Michigan.
Kalamazoo Scottish Festival
Saturday, September 9th was a beautiful day to attend the Kalamazoo Scottish Festival and Highland Games. The GRSS once again manned a tent.
Sparta Celtic Festival
Saturday, August 12th was a lovely day for the GRSS to man a table at the Sparta Celtic Festival. We have participated in this fantastic local festival for years!
GRSS Summer Picnic
Sunday afternoon, July 23rd, members gathered for the annual GRSS summer picnic held at the Adams family home. It was a lovely afternoon, the food was great, and the fellowship even better!
Tartan Day Luncheon
The first ever Tartan Day Luncheon was a success! Members from the Grand Rapids Scottish Society and the Kalamazoo Scottish Festival Association gathered in Wayland, MI (halfway point between our two cities) for a luncheon. Everyone enjoyed mingling and making new friends.
Both groups agree that this should become a new annual tradition!
In late January 2023 the GRSS membership joined forces with Doric Lodge, a local Masonic group, to host a traditional Burns Supper. The GRSS holds this supper annually in honor of Scotland's favorite bard (poet), Robert Burns.
For more event pictures click on the "Photos" link at the top of the page.