Cèilidh at Ayr 2017

Saturday, October 21

10:00 AM – 5:00 PM

A Scottish festival of music and dancing to make your heart sing and your kilt swing!

Bring a blanket or lawn chair to enjoy a fun and relaxing day. Take a stroll on the Poet’s Walk, visit the Eno River, play in the Children’s (“Wee Bairns”) Play Area, have Fish ‘n Chips from a food truck, and maybe even see the Loch Ayr Monster!

Tickets:
$15 Adult in advance ($20 on the day of the event)
$5 Child (5 -12 years of age)
Free for age 4 and under

9:15 AM Gates Open
10:00 AM Music Begins

Featuring:
Chambless and Muse
Thistledown Tinkers
Piobadh na Triantan
Annandale Center Scottish Dancers
Wee Bairns Play Area
Food Trucks, Beer and More

Cèilidh (pronounced Kay’-lee) is a Scottish Gaelic term meaning “visit” in its earliest usage. The word is now used to describe a social gathering involving music and dance.

Raindate:  Sunday, October 22
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