Kilt: It’s what happened to the last person who called it a skirt
Join us in celebrating Scottish culture on the Miramichi. There will be traditional Scottish music (who doesn’t love the bag pipes?), traditional dishes, vendors, celidh, and dancing. For the full schedule, see below:
19 August: The Tartan Banquet and Awards night will be held at the Riverside Entertainment Centre, 2546 King George Hwy.There will be entertainment by Fochaber’s Fiddlers who have travelled here from Scotland. Haggis will be served with a traditional piping ceremony and Ode to The Haggis. Tickets are available until August 7 at Scott’s Pharmasave (Newcastle), Dickison’s Pharmasave (Chatham) and Brookdale’s Flower Shop..
20 August :
12:30-2:30 The Saturday afternoon festival will be held at Waterford Green with free admission. There will be children’s Games, jumping castle, face painting, cotton candy, hot dogs.
3-6 Will be the Celidh on the Green featuring live entertainment by Moncton Pipes and Drums, Mason’s Tender, Ian Craig
Fochabers Fiddlers, Local Highland Dancers, Miramichi Fiddlers
21 August :
10 am: Kirk’in of the Tartan Memorial Church Service & Reception on Sunday Morning @ St. Andrew’s United Church, 188 Wellington St
2-4pm: Free admission to McDonald’s Farm (Route 11, Bartibog Bridge) for all feature Moncton Pipes/Drums, Fochaber’s Fiddlers and Barbeque to help wrap up the weekend with haggis sausages, burgers, hotdogs, and drinks.