The Wyoming Highlanders Scottish Society was incorporated in May of 2001, and is an IRS recognized non-profit corporation. We were created to stimulate and sustain an interest in Scotland and its heritage, both in Teton County and throughout the State of Wyoming . Many families of Scottish and Celtic descent settled in the Rocky Mountain areas, beginning with the fur traders, trappers and mountain men. The Wyoming Highlanders host the annual Jackson Hole Scottish Festival on the third weekend in August each year. It features bagpipers, brawny Scottish heavy athletics, Celtic music, dancing and authentic Scottish foods. This is a way we can provide education in the history, music, traditions and culture of those who have Scottish or Celtic heritage. We sponsor other social settings, such as the annual Robert Burns dinner in January/February, and the Feast of St. Andrew in November. These gatherings help bring together people of Scottish and Celtic heritage. We now offer the Dave Cameron Memorial Scholarship, an annual secondary scholarship for a student looking for a career in law enforcement or criminal justice. We also perform and support other charitable good works as may be reasonable and appropriate. We warmly welcome new members to the Wyoming Highlanders Scottish Society.
The Wyoming Highlanders Scottish Society exists to stimulate and sustain an interest in Scotland and it's heritage, both in Teton County and throughout the State of Wyoming; to provide education regarding its history, music, traditions and culture; to provide and foster social settings that bring together people of Scottish and Celtic heritage; to promote goodwill between its members and general public; and to perform charitable good works as may be reasonable and appropriate. We warmly welcome new members to the Wyoming Highlanders Scottish Society.
PO Box 288, Teton Village, WY 83025 T: (628) 245-6002
An IRS 501 (c)(3) Non-Profit Corporation
Federal EIN # 83-0335637
Chartered May, 2001