6 until 8:30 PM
Loveland, Ohio – Rain forced the museum to cancel last August’s planned event, but Robert Reid and his Drum & Bag Pipes Band have agreed to return in June.
Reid will lead the band playing popular Scottish tunes everyone loves. Light supper fare will be served on the veranda with adult beverages available for a donation. Bring a friend and a lawn chair for outdoor seating (some chairs available here), enjoy a tour through the museum (Nancy Ford Cones exhibit), log cabin, and enjoy the music and refreshments.
Open to the public.
This will also be a time to see the new interactive Time Line video. Although user friendly, members will be available to explain how this first phase works.
The Caledonian Society of Cincinnati was formed in 1827, and is the oldest Caledonian Society in continuing existence in the United States. It was initially formed for the purpose of aiding indigent Scottish immigrants in the Cincinnati area. Since then, the Society has grown into an organization devoted to preserving and promoting Scottish culture and heritage.
The Loveland Museum Center is located at 201 Riverside along the State and Scenic Little Miami River in the West Loveland Historic District.