Clans & Societies
Few countries in the world can boast a life span as rich or diverse as Scotland. The true story of the people, the battles, the nobility and its Kings and Queens, is more thrilling than any novel, and has more love stories than all the Hollywood movies. Scotland's clans provide Scots everywhere with a point of reference for their identity, history and culture.
The term clan is now applied almost exclusively to the tribes into which the Scottish Highlanders were formerly, and still, to some extent, are divided. The term was also applied to those large and powerful septs into which the Irish people were at one time divided, as well as to the communities that inhabited the Scottish borders, each of which, like the Highland clans, had a common surname. Indeed, in an Act of the Scottish Parliament for 1587, the Highlanders and Borderers are classed together as being alike "dependents on chieftains or captains of clans."
Register Your Clan
All Clans and Societies must register and be approved by our Clans & Society Coordinator Thom Roth. No walk-up Organizations will be allowed to participate. If you are interested in showcasing your Clan or Society, please download the Registration Form below. Please be advised that Clans & Societies are not allowed to sell any merchandise unless you choose to be a Marketplace Vendor (See Vendor Page).
REGISTRATION DEADLINE IS FEBRUARY 15, 2023
Clan & Society Registration Form
Registered Clans & Societies
|Clan Cameron||Clan Hunter|
|Clan Campbell||Clan MacLeod|
|Clan Donald||Clan Skene|
|Clan Davidson||Clan Wallace|
|Clan MacFarlane||Clan Buchanan|
|Clan Anderson||Clan Bell|
|Clan Douglas||Scottish Society of Wilmington|
|Society of William Wallace||Clan Morrison|
|Clan Little||Clan Henderson|
|Clan Lamont||House of Gordon|
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