Scottish

‘Fàilte!’ Welcome! From Scotland To You

Photo by Josh Schaefer/GetMyPhoto.ca

Photo by Josh Schaefer/GetMyPhoto.ca

Come learn about Scottish folklore!

‘Reels’n’Strathspeys’ – Music & Entertainment
Scottish celebrations always include music and dance! We are proud to bring you continuous entertainment throughout Folkfest including crowd favourites, The Residuals, Kim n’ Jim as well as the Pipes and Drums. Don’t miss the Saskatoon Highland Dancers, the Glenlily Highland Dancers and Saskatoon Scottish Country Dancers. We are excited to bring back the Best Legs in a Kilt competition! Join us Friday and Saturday night for the best finale at Folkfest – the Massed Bands.

‘Wee Bairns’ – Children’s Activities
Kids can try their hand at famous Scottish sports – golf, ‘football’ and curling. Perhaps, if you are very lucky, you’ll catch a glimpse of the elusive Nessie, the Loch Ness Monster or the most famous Lass in Scotland, Princess Merida!

‘Fairn’ – Food
At the Swee and Spurtle, taste a variety of Scottish dishes such as Haggis, Rumbledethumps and Sticky Toffee Pudding. Choose your favourites or try a sampler plate. For light snacks and sweet treats head to Stirling Market for our famous Haggis Nachos, a Nessie Slushie, Scottie Dog Cookies, popcorn and more.

‘Bevvies’ – Drinks
At Poosie Nancy’s, find a Scottish beer, a wee dram from our selection of Scotches…or join the fun, shouting out “FREEDOM” as you enjoy our famous Dirty Wallace shooter. Learn about our finest Scotch at the Tasting Bar open during the early evening hours.

‘Margaid’ – Gifts, Treats & Souvenirs
Hunt for treasures from Scotland in the Margaid or Market where vendors offer an exciting variety of Scottish wares and treats. Can’t get enough? Remember to purchase your raffle ticket for a Trip for Two to Scotland. Draw takes place on Saturday night. Tapadh leat! Thank you for joining us.

Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook www.facebook.com/scotpav and twitter @scot_pav to get the most up-to-date information on what is happening in the pavilion.

‘Ceud Mile Failte!’
One Hundred Thousand Welcomes!

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