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Cally Tartan Poll

posted 2 May 2018, 08:23 by Odd Henrik Brembo   [ updated 2 May 2018, 08:24 ]

The Caledonian Society of Norway has never had its own tartan. Therefore we have designed a tartan that will be named The Cally Tartan and will be registered at The Scottish Register of Tartans. We have 4 colour options, and we need the members help to decide which colour option that will be the main version. This version will be used to represent the Society and will be used for decorations, website, kilts and so on.
The other 3 colours will also be registered and available for the members, but will not be used by the Society.

Go to the Cally Tartan Poll to place your vote here>>
You can see the colour versions in detail by klicking the pictures below:

Cally Red
Cally Red: The colours are inspired from the Sinclair Tartan. We added two gold stripes that represents the British and Norwegian Monarchies.

Cally Muted
Cally Muted: This is a muted version of the Cally Red. The colours are more earthy and orange.

Cally Blue
Cally Blue: We have basically switched the red and the blue from the Cally Red tartan.

Cally Hunting
Cally Hunting: We have switched the blue and green colours from The Cally Blue tartan.

The colours in these versions are the same colours. The Red represents the brotherhood in the Society. The blue represents the Sea between Scotland and Norway. The White represent that we are a Gentlemens Society, and the golden/yellow colour represents the British and the Norwegian Monarchies. The muted version is off course muted, but the colours represents the same as the other versions.

Information about Ron Allison's memorial service

posted 8 Feb 2018, 13:35 by Odd Henrik Brembo

Ronald Campbell Gerrett Allison MBE
Born 13/8/38 – Died 20/11/17
Honorary President of the Caledonian  Society of Norway 1974 - 2000.

A memorial service is to be held, for Ronald, at St Edmunds Church, Møllergata 30, Oslo, on Monday 19th February 2018 at 12:00 noon.
 

important announcement

posted 18 Oct 2017, 09:40 by Odd Henrik Brembo   [ updated 18 Oct 2017, 09:41 ]

As tradition the Burns Supper are held on the last Saturday in January. Due to some unfortunate circumstances we have to change the date for 2018. The new date for Burns Supper 2018 is:

Saturday 20th of January 2018
Oslo Militære Samfunn




A Summer Greeting from the Hon. President

posted 2 Aug 2017, 09:05 by Odd Henrik Brembo   [ updated 2 Aug 2017, 09:06 ]


 


Dear members and friends,

Let me start this summer letter by asking you to reserve your places for the meetings coming up this autumn. If you do it before the holidays, you’ll have something to look forward to when you come back! For your information, we’ve changed some of the dates this autumn so this is a good opportunity to make sure you don’t miss a meeting. The dates are as follows: -

On behalf of the entire committee, I would like to wish you and your families a warm and peaceful summer. Thank you for your participation this season, I hope you have enjoyed the meetings and, most importantly, the company of fellow members and guests. The most important element of The Cally is said to be the social side, to chat and joke amongst like-minded friends. With this in mind, we hope to see you again in the future events.

May you all have a very good summer.

Yours Aye,

Dr. Ian McIntyre
Hon. President 

New venue for the Whisky Tasting

posted 24 Oct 2016, 02:35 by Odd Henrik Brembo   [ updated 24 Oct 2016, 02:36 ]

Due to some very unfortunate circumstances we have been forced to change the location for this years Whisky Tasting. The New venue is: Høyres Hus, Stortingsgata 20. Room "Amundsen" 7th floor. The time for the event is the same, Thursday 27th October at 18:00 hours.

Burns Supper 2015

posted 2 Nov 2015, 13:19 by Odd Henrik Brembo   [ updated 2 Nov 2015, 13:37 ]


The 2015 Burns Supper was held at the traditional venue Oslo Militære Samfunn on Saturday 24th of January. This years
Toastmaster was David Williamson who guide us safely through the evening. The Selkirk Grace was held by David Whylie in good tradition. As allways the Haggis was piped in and our Hon President Norman Henderson held a splendid "Oath to the Haggis". This years Immortal Memory was performed by Donald Watson.
A Cally Burns Supper is not complete without poetry and piping. Cap. John Monn and David Whylie recited poetry while Bjørn Holtet and Leif Morten Larsen played pipes and drums.


















November meeting 2014

posted 15 Aug 2015, 15:55 by Odd Henrik Brembo

The last meeting of the year was the Scottish Christmas Party to witch both Members and their partners were invited. Traditional delicacies such as roast turkey and Christmas pudding was on the menu. 26 members and guests attented and had a faboules time at Oslo Hospital.




October meeting 2014 Haggis Workshop

posted 15 Aug 2015, 10:13 by Odd Henrik Brembo

In October, our Members once again got the chance to get involved and directly interact,  as we ventured to Dønn Ærlig Catering to
Gentlemen at work
attend Espen Welin-Larsen’s now famous Haggis Making Workshop. 20 members and guests attended. As last year this was a very fun and entertaining event. Leif Morten Larsen and our new member Nicolai Hagen Huse even entertained us with some nice piping and drums. After the work shop we all had a tast of the haggis. And everyboddy got a few kilos of Haggis with them at the end of the evening.


September meeting 2014 Whisky tasting

posted 15 Aug 2015, 09:42 by Odd Henrik Brembo

This years whisky tasting was held at the canteen on Westerdals ACT. The speaker was the same as last year, Mr Jon Bertelsen
Hon. President Norman Henderson garding the whisky
who brought with him a good selection of whiskies for us to taste. 28 members and guest attended.
For the first time we had our own whisky glasses to enjoy the lovely whisky from. these glasses was imported from Scotland and engraved with the Society's logo. A selection of the glasses was also engraved with the year 2014, and these were a gift to all the attendees. We plan to do the same next year.

August meeting 2014

posted 4 Sep 2014, 07:02 by Odd Henrik Brembo

We do not usually have an August meeting but as the theme for the meeting was the Scottish Referendum we needed to hold the
meeting in August since the Referendum is on the 18. September.
25 members and guest found their way to Oslo Hospital for a good meal and a friendly and lively debate. The debate leader for the evening was Major John Monn. The debater for the pro union was our Hon. member Prof. David Brookes and representing the pro independence was Chief Richard Oliphant of that Ilk, Specially flown in from Scotland.

Other happenings on the meeting was presentation of the official Cally gift set to our Society piper, Robert Roberton who got married earlier this summer. And a new member was admitted to the Society, Richard Kvam.


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