Scottish & Celtic Heritage Festival

Céad mile fáilte!

(A hundred thousand welcomes)



 The 2019 Scottish & Celtic Heritage Festival is  Saturday, April 20, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Parkersburg City Park Pavilion.

   DAY-LONG ENTERTAINMENT FEATURING: Mad Maudlin; Celtic Rush; Scottish fiddler Melinda Crawford and members of the W.Va. Highland Dancers.There will be children's activities including a Pot of Gold Treasure Hunt: genealogy help;local history exhibits;food; raffles including a Scottish replica Dirk and Scottish flag; crafts being demonstrated;Bonnie Knees competition; members of the Pipes and Drums of St. Andrews will be on hand, and several vendors with Celtic-themed products.
   Tickets for the festival are good for the entire day, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The festival is at the Parkersburg (WV) City Park Pavilion; if you need directions, check our site here.
   Tickets are $5 for adults and kids 12 and younger are free, although it is getting more and more difficult to keep that the same, we have not changed the ticket price in 14 years! 

  We want to thank the WV Drug Testing Laboratory in Parkersburg for their generous contribution to our festival, it takes a community to make this festival a reality, if you are interested in donating you can email:
  We always need volunteers or if you are interested in being a vendor (must have Celtic related merchandise) just email: 

Hope to see everyone there!!!!

  Anyone interested in being a vendor, or if you are interested in volunteering to help out, please email:
Please help us get the word out!!

 Potential Vendors Please Note: We receive numerous inquiries from individuals/businesses/groups interested in setting up as vendors/exhibitors at our festival. We currently do not charge a fee for vendors, nor do we ask for any of their profits made at the festival, but we do require potential vendors provide us with information/photos of their products and they must be Celtic-themed merchandise/services. Exhibits must also be related to Celtic themes, Celtic culture, history, etc.
  We have limited space and inquiries are appreciated early in the planning process. You can solicit information through our email:  
   A ticket to the festival entitles you to come and go throughout the day. We will stamp your hand if you want to return - the festival is a family-oriented event and even if you don't have Celtic ancestry, come and enjoy a new experience and bring the kids along to learn about another culture!!
   Please no pets allowed unless it is a service animal, our insurance, pavilion rules and health department regulations prohibit animals.
  There is a photo of the Parkersburg City Park Pavilion on the picture page, along with a map and directions.
  Keep checking back on our web page. We'll update it as we progress towards the upcoming festival.

   Web page designed by Patrick Brust.

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