Saline Celtic Festival is a Two-Day Immersion into the Highlights of Celtic Culture

. July 1, 2016.
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The Saline Celtic Festival is a two-day immersion into the highlights of Celtic culture.  Musical acts, Dragon Wagon, Bill Grogan’s Goat, Roane, and Equinox provide a backdrop to the themed activities, which include a highland dance competition, Celtic clan tents and miscellaneous food novelties. There’s also the Celtic Challenge, a formidable obstacle courses through hills, mud and water; and other Scottish athletics. All together it shapes up like a renaissance fair except with more sheep and men in skirts hurling metal through the air. For more information on the Celtic Challenge or other competitions, visit salineceltic.org.

Friday, July 8 & Sunday, July 9 | $5-$15
Millpond Park | 565 W. Bennett St. | Saline
salineceltic.org

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