The Southern Maryland Celtic Festival for 2016 will be held on Saturday April 30, 2016 at the Jefferson-Patterson Park and Museum (the festival is always held on the last Saturday in April).
Notice to Celtic performing bands!!!
The planning committee for festival entertainment on the Glenn and Pub stages is working very hard to line up the schedule for 2016. However, due to other family obligations this year, we may not be finalizing your contracts before January 15, 2016. We will be contacting you as soon as possible to confirm your participation. Thank you for your patience.
Kirkin at St. Andrew’s Christ Church in La Plata, MD — November 29, 2015 at 11am
Wear your finest tartan kilt (or just bring your tartan) to have it blessed at this Kirkin. There will be music and refreshments after.
45th Annual Scottish Christmas Walk & Parade on December 5, 2015 in Alexandria, VA
The Campagna Center presents the 45th Annual Scottish Christmas Walk & Parade on December 5, 2015. Warm your heart with holiday cheer and join a full lineup of festivities that celebrates the rich Scottish heritage of Old Town Alexandria. For more information visit the Scottish Christmas Walk Weekend. Contact email@example.com for additional information.
Medieval Feast — February 20, 2016
Come join CSSM to celebrate the year 953AD and Donnell the 2nd for our 2016 Medieval Feast. More details coming soon! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information.
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The Celtic Society of Southern Maryland Welcomes you in the languages of the seven Celtic Nations:
Benvidas (Galician (Galicia/Asturias, Spain) for “Welcome” [to men and women])
Ceud Mile Failte (Scots Gaelic for “A Hundred Thousand Welcomes”)
Céad Mile Fáilte (Irish Gaelic for “A Hundred Thousand Welcomes”)
Croeso (Welsh (Wales) for “Welcome”)
Digemer Mad (Breton (Brittany, France) for “Welcome”)
Dynnargh Dhis (Cornish (Cornwall) for “Welcome”)
Failt Erriu – (Manx (Isle of Man) for “Welcome”)
Our mission is to educate the general public through our celebrations and coordinating service, the Highland Games and Celtic Festival, music, dance, dress, heraldry, genealogy, and history as we celebrate the cultural heritage of the seven Celtic Nations: Ireland; Scotland; Wales; Isle of Man; Brittany; Cornwall; and Galicia/Asturias.
Thank you for visiting our website and supporting our events. We look forward to seeing you throughout the years as we share together the many aspects of this great culture.