Clan Bell Society
“Uniting Clan Bell through family and friendship”
Attention all Bells and Bell descendants!
Clan Bell Society is actively working on the reestablishment of Clan Bell and we need your help. Your voice is needed to join with other Bells around the globe to resonate loud and clear that Clan Bell is here! To see how your voice can help, please click on the Call to Action button below.
Our Next Events:
Have your haggis taste buds been hangry with you? Dinna fash, the Tallahassee Highland Games has the cure! Kilt up and come on out for some great fun! Mike Bell and Nancy Worley will be your gracious hosts in the Clan Bell tent. Haggis consumption is optional.
We cordially invite you to march with your clan in the annual New York City Tartan Day Parade. This is a free event and always lots of fun! There will also be an opportunity to meet up for food, drinks and good conversation after the parade. Lineup for the parade starts at 1 p.m. and the parade kicks off at 2 p.m. Contact William Bell at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Be a part of the celebration as Tartan Day South honors the Celtic culture and heritage in South Carolina’s Midlands region. The event is held to benefit the nonprofit River Alliance, which strives to connect people to their rivers – Broad, Saluda and Congaree – while protecting these bodies of water. Clan Bell Society host David Butler will be in the Clan Bell hospitality tent on Saturday, April 6, starting at 8:30 a.m.
Pennsylvania representatives Ron Bell and Ray Bell will be your hosts in the Clan Bell tent for the seventh annual Dills Celtic Festival at the Historic Dills Tavern. Proceeds from this event help support Northern York County Historical and Preservation Society (NYCHAPS) historical and educational programs. Be sure to stop by and say hello!
More Upcoming Events!
Clan Bell Society is growing and will be appearing in numerous festivals, ceremonies and parades throughout the year. Click the link below to view our complete schedule of events.