Book Club will be taking December off but will be returning in January 2020. We will gather together on Sunday, January 5, 2020 at 3:00 p.m. at Karen and Jim Roberton’s home in Montgomery Village, Maryland. Please RSVP to Karen at email@example.com so we know who how many will be attending.
Here is Karen Roberton’s invitation to Book Club
Twelfth Night Book Club Party
A very short Story by Charles Dickens
The Story of the 3 Kings
Learn about Wassailing and taste the mulled drink called Wassail
Smell Frankincense & Myrrh
The book club will be hosted by The Robertons on the day of “Twelfth Night” , the “Epiphany”; or “Wassailing Night”, January 5th 2020. It will be a little different as instead of reading a book. We will have a series of readings that cover various subjects. These include but may not be limited to:
An article from National Geographic “Who were the Three Kings?”
A reading of one of Charles Dickens’s short stories, this will be a surprise.
Short historical information about the tradition of “Wassailing”, plus, you will get to taste a sample of Wassail.
We will have Frankincense & Myrrh, two of the three gifts of the Magi.
Come gather with us, experience a fun evening; break bread with us. Book-club is always a fun night of food, wine and friendship. The food menu will be pot luck based on the traditions of Twelfth Night.
We are always looking for author/book suggestions. Please either come to a book club meeting or send in your suggestions so that we can include them with the others. Remember, if your book suggestion is chosen, you’re the next host/hostess!
St. Andrew’s Society of Mid-Maryland
2019 Calendar Events
The St. Andrew’s Society of Mid-Maryland (SASMM) sponsors a variety of events each year and participates in others. Bear with us while we confirm the 2019 dates, but check out the 2018 calendar for an idea of when and where and join us! There is something for everyone!
National Tartan Day – April 6 Tartan Day Festival Lions Yard Sale –
Southern Maryland Celtic Festival – 4th Saturday, traveling tent available (reciprocal agreement)
Spring Kirkin’ – May 5th Frederick Presbyterian Church
Fairhill Games – normally third weekend, tent available
Garrett County Games –
Celtic Night at the Keys
British Car Show – 1st Sunday
Virginia Scottish Games – Labor Day weekend (reciprocal agreement)
In The Street – 2nd Saturday
Ligonier Highland Games, traveling tent
Richmond Games – usually 3rd or 4th Saturday
Maryland Irish Festival – 10th-12th
Scottish Christmas Walk – 1st Saturday
Kris Kringle Procession – 2nd Friday
Lads and Lassies –13th
Hogmanay – 31st