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Callie Club of Sacramento

The Caledonian Club of Sacramento, which was established in 1876, is a nonprofit organization formed to preserve Scottish heritage. Club membership is open to any one of Scottish birth or descent, their kin, and to any person interested in the rich and historic traditions of Scotland. Our regional Scottish-American cultural society hosts many annual events, including the Sacramento Tartan Ball (November) and the Sacramento Valley Scottish Highland Games & Gathering in Woodland (late April).

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