“In the Footsteps of John Muir” an exhibit of 30 photographic works by Scottish photographer Ken Patterson will be on view now through July 8th at Federal Hall National Memorial, Wall Street, NY
The exhibit traces Muir’s early days in Dunbar, Scotland to his love of Yosemite allowing one to see the environment Muir loved and did so much to help preserve.
The exhibit is part of the National Centennial Celebration of National Parks and is presented by The American-Scottish Foundation® in conjunction with the National Park Service
Come learn more about John Muir, the Scot who did so much for America’s national parks.
Beer at Breakfast – spread on your toast???
Scottish craft brewer Innis & Gunn has created the world’s first spreadable beer to mark the opening of its new Beer Kitchen in South Tay Street, Dundee. Marm & Ale, the world’s first beer marmalade, combines Innes & Gunn’s oak-aged IPA with Dundee’s finest preserve. The brewer has also unveiled a new marmalade flavoured IPA.
Read the whole story in the Herald – http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/14391821.Scottish_craft_brewer_launches__world_s_first_spreadable_beer_/?ref=mr&lp=1
Win a Free Trip to Scotland
To commemorate Carnegie Hall’s 125th anniversary, Carnegie Hall
are sending ONE lucky couple back to where our founder was born,
the beautiful town of Dunfermline, Scotland. Click here for details.
A Visit to the Auld Country
There is no better way to celebrate an anniversary than with a trip. And when it’s to mark 125 years, the trip must be unforgettable. To commemorate Carnegie Hall’s 125th anniversary, we are sending one lucky couple back to where our founder was born, the beautiful town of Dunfermline, Scotland.
- Round trip airfare for two from Newark / New York to Edinburgh, Scotland, courtesy of United Airlines®
- Complimentary three-night stay at The Balmoral, a luxurious hotel in the heart of Edinburgh
- Private tour of the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum in Dunfermline
- Brunch with Carnegie Hall’s Archives and Rose Museum Director Gino Francesconi