Cead mile failte!  The Dixon Scottish Cultural Association (DSCA) is a non-profit, 501-c-3 organization dedicated to promoting the History, Culture, Entertainment, Education

and Beauty of Scotland.

Membership is open to EVERYONE who enjoys celebrating "all things Scottish."

Alex Henderson

   Co-founder


Dixon Scottish Cultural       Association

Chieftain Deanna Lopes

     (916) 208-6099

sharkgrrl10@yahoo.com

P.O. Box 561, Dixon, CA. 95620

 DSCA Proud Supporter Of

American Friends Of Erskine

Monthly DSCA meetings: Third Wednesday of each month at the American Legion Hall, 1305 North First Street, Dixon. Our Scottish games committee meetings start at 6 p.m. (February through October.) General membership meetings begin at 7 p.m. (year-round.)

                       All are welcome to attend!


         Meeting Schedules for 2019

July 17th, August 21st. Then our 

DSCA Annual Games, September 28th,

October 16th, November 13, Week Early

Because of Thanksgiving., December 18th, 

Annual Christmas Party.


Other upcoming Dixon Scottish Cultural Association activities:
For details on all Dixon Scottish club social events, please contact Vice Chief Sandy Scott at (707) 678-3315 or scotto1020@aol.com.

   

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Coming Soon, The 19th Annual Dixon Scottish Games and Gathering, September 28th, 2019

Our games & gathering this year will feature great entertainment, Celtic, Scottish and Irish rock and folk music including, The Black Irish Band, The BlackEyed Dempseys, Riggity Jig, Michael Mullin "Trio of One,' DSCA's own, Duncan McMartin and his band Flask. 

Wow-what a great line up.

But Wait, There's More!! Lots of Scottish fun: Scottish athletic competitions, find your ancestry at the many clan tents. Great food, Scot and Irish vendors of clothing and trinkets.  There's Archery, Scotch whisky tasting, a rugby tournament, sheepdog trials, Scottish living history displays, bounce houses for the kids, Scottish animals along with the Clydesdale Horses and The Birds of Prey.

Then a after-games Ceilidh music party and barbecue

Ticket sales and information will follow soon.