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Saturday March 4th

9am: 6th Celtic Calling Gathering and Friends of Spring Hill Cemetery and Mary Price Ratrie Arboretum: 5K Kilt Run and 2K Walk , Spring Hill Cemetery, 1555 Farnsworth Drive - Register in advance: https://runsignup.com/Race/WV/Charleston/CelticCallingFriendsofSpringHillCemetery5KKiltRun2KWalk

Downtown Charleston Venues:  All Events FREE unless indicated.

Celtic Village - City Center at Slack Plaza169, Summers Street.

10 -3 45pm: including Clan Tents, Craft Vendors, Food Trucks Children's Crafts and Games, Jacobite Re-enactors, Dog Show. Music and Dance on stage:   Kinnfolk  (Va) ,                                   Mary Grace Autumn  (Pa) ,                   Kanawha Valley Pipes and Drums,                          Lincoln County Cloggers, Savanna Brown,  Scottish Dancer, (schedule TBA) 

 

Capitol Street Celtic Calling  PARADE- Lee Street Triangle to Kanawha Blvd

4pm: Pipe Bands, Dancers, Loch Ness Monster, St Patrick, Unicorns, Clans

 

Top of Town Pub Crawl -  4 30-7pm

Father Son and Friends - Sam's Uptown Cafe, 28 Capitol Street - $5

The Charleston Rogues - The Blue Parrot, 14 ½ Capitol Street - $5

DJ Matt Murphy - Bar 101

Acoustic Music Session - Mountain State Distillery 

 

7 30pm: FOOTMAD present from, Scotland, ‘Tannahill Weavers’ in Concert. Capitol Theater, Resurrection Church., Ticket information: FOOTMAD.org or Info: 304-729-4382

 

Kanawha County Public Library:       123 Capitol Street.

9 – 4pm: Children's Craft and Story Book Activities, 4th Floor. 

11am -3pm: Loom Weaving Demonstrations, 3rd Floor.

11-3pm: Sheep on Outdoor Plaza.

11am - 12 30pm: Limerick Workshop with Colleen Anderson, 3rd Floor.

2pm - Elementary Age Children Dance Workshop , 4th Floor. 

 

Rock City Cake Company:                   205 Capitol Street:

9-9 30am : Registration for Middle School Student Music Competition

9 30 am : Music Tim and Maggie share Different Tunes and Instruments in the Celtic Tradition

10 05am :  Middle School Student Music Competition followed by awards.

11 -1130am: Registration for High School Student Music Competition

11 30-Noon: Music Tim and Maggie share Different Tunes and Instruments in the Celtic Tradition

12 05pm: High School Student Music Competition followed by awards.

2 pm : Music TBA

3pm : Almost Heaven Dulcimer Group

5pm:  Appalachian Lads and Lassies, Scottish and Irish  Dance Performance

 

Sam's Uptown Cafe:

11-2pm : Famous Celtic Brunch

 

Taylor's Book and Coffee Shop / Floralee Hark Cohen Cinema by WVIFF:

1 pm: ‘The George Daugherty, Tall Tales Story Contest’, with emcee, Champion Liar Pete Kosky, Registration from 12 30pm.  

2pm: Film - ‘North Circular’ - Admission - $9 Adults, $5 Students 

7:30-9:30pm: Tim and Maggie

Late Night

10pm:  Father Son and Friends - Sam's Uptown Cafe, 28 Capitol Street - $5

10 pm:  Traditional Celtic Shindig/Session - Adelphia Sports Bar, 218 Capitol St. 

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