||Bruce M. Campbell, President
||PO Box 1061
Saint John, NB E2L 4E6
|Description of service(s)
||The Saint Andrew’s Society of Saint John, founded in 1798 is the oldest St. Andrew’s Society in Canada. It is the second oldest Scottish Society, the oldest being the North British Society of Halifax. It was founded as a meeting place for Scots and their descendants of Saint John, for their mutual benefit, and for the benefit of the city’s greater Scottish community. The Society was also established to promote “cultural longevity,” or to act as a defender and protector of Scottish culture in the city.
||Charlotte County ; Kings County ; St John County
||Should have some link to Scotland.
||Call for information.
||Membership - $30.00
|Located In Community
||Fully Accessible ; ***Note that accessibility is self-reported. Please contact the organization before arrival***
||(50) Non Profit
||Lineage Societies ~ Scottish Community
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