We are pleased to announce we have added a talk to our  ASF Annual Sunset Tea & Talk 
August 6th - 6pm to 8.30pm
Rooftop Garden of the Arsenal Central Park.
6pm : The Talk (Arsenal Gallery) : 
Alexander Hamilton: Guiding Light of America's Commerce given by Wade R Goria, 
Historian & Lecturer, National Lighthouse Museum
August 7 marks the 230th Anniversary of the 1789 Lighthouse Act and the role of Alexander Hamilton, in the developing the lighthouses guarding the coast.

Hamilton served as its first Superintendent,  prior to becoming Secretary of the Treasury which oversaw the establishment of the Lighthouse Service and Cutter Service, the basis for today's Coast Guard.  

7.15 pm : Following the Talk we will go the Rooftop Garden of the Arsenal, which overlooks the Central Park Zoo for Pimms, Wine and light food.

Purchase tickets and learn more of the talk and event details on our website

If you are not yet a Member of the ASF you can join at this time and attend the Sunset Tea as our Guest  - the only qualification is your love of Scotland.
August 24
Long Island Scottish Festival & Highland Games
Old Westbury Gardens, NY

Come visit the ASF Tent - we will be on Clan Row 
ASF Members can take advantage of the NYCC Bus to the Games
September 18 - 22
MacGregor and MacDuff
New York Kilt Fittings
MacGregor and MacDuff 
New York Kilt Fittings 
130 West 57th St, NYC

September 18-22, 8am-8pm
by appointment only

This is an opportunity to be professionally fitted for an authentic Scottish kilt outfit; handmade by one of Scotland's most distinguished Kiltmakers. 

ASF is delighted to share this special opportunity with our Patrons & Members who will enjoy a special 10% discount on all orders placed (inc on line) using Code  AMRSCOt10


September 20 - 22
New Hampshire Highland Games & Festival 
Loon Mountain, Lincoln, NH

October 4 - 6 
Scottish NA Leadership Conference
hosted by Detroit St Andrews Society
Troy, Michigan

Ancestral Roots &  Cultural Pathways
 
Further details to be announced shortly:
November 8
Wallace Awards Celebration
for Heritage, Arts & Culture
The Board of the American-Scottish Foundation┬« announce that the Wallace Awards Celebration for Heritage, Arts & Culture will take place on November 8th at the University Club, Fifth Avenue and West 54th Street, New York.

The American-Scottish Foundation is proud to honor,

Francis Finlay, CMG, OBE
for his contributions to Anglo American Heritage Arts, Culture and Education

Paul Little
for his contributions to transatlantic partnerships in the field of Scotland's education, science and maritime studies

6.30pm Reception
Glendronnach Whisky Tasting and Silent Auction

8pm Dinner
Awards presentation, Live Auction

10pm Dancing
to the Alex Donner Orchestra

for further information on ways to be involved and to purchase tickets, CLICK HERE

ADDITIONAL WAYS TO SUPPORT ASF THROUGH 
MEMBERSHIP or DONATIONS

Membership: If not yet a Member of ASF we invite you to
join and take advantage of all of the Foundations benefits
and ways to be involved.

All that we ask is that you have a love of Scotland!

Donations: If you would like to make a donation to ASF in support of our Heritage, Arts, Culture or Bursary programming, opportunities are note HERE

ASF Scottish Teas: Support us as you enjoy our wonderful Scottish Teas from Harney & Company, a portion of all sales goes to support ASF programs.

As Harney's notes:
"Scottish Morn is a strong tea, perhaps our very strongest.  When you stand your spoon in this tea it might just stand straight...:

THE AMERICAN-SCOTTISH FOUNDATION
is an international not-for-profit organization. Its aim is to establish links and strengthen ties between Scotland and the United States through the pursuit of contemporary social, cultural, educational, and business activities.  
 
You are invited to join the ASF and become involved in all that is going on.  Details of Membership, both Individual and Corporate,  are  available here.  If you have questions, please call the ASF Office on
Tel.(929) 499-9025


Administration Office
10 East 39th Street Ste. 1110,  New York, NY 10016