Countdown to the 2018 Celtic Festival

Scottish Christmas Walk

For the 47th consecutive year, The Campagna Center proudly presents The Scottish Christmas Walk Parade.

Come, show your support with a show of strength and join CSSM in the parade! Don your kilts and plaids (or other Celtic costume/gear), bring your proud pups and bonnie babes–all are welcome! Have a Celtic-related talent? Maybe bring that too (as long as you can carry it/perform while walking)!

Enjoy marching units filled with the magnificent tartans of Scottish Clans, the stirring sound of Scottish bagpipes and drums, Scottish dancers, reenactment groups, Scottie dogs, dignitaries, classic cars, Santa Claus, and much more. The parade begins at St. Asaph and Wolfe Streets and concludes at Market Square with a massed band concert. The parade will take place rain or shine. Participation is free.

If you wish to join CSSM in the parade, please contact info@cssm.org.

Meet-up is at 10am (the parade route streets are closed to traffic by 10am). Kick-off is at 11am.

Want to make a weekend of it? So does the Campangna Center. Other events and their info can be found at https://www.campagnacenter.org/scottishwalkweekend

To become a Member of CSSM, visit https://www.cssm.org/events/mbrs_only/become-a-member/

Stay tuned to our Facebook, Website, Instagram and Twitter for other events!


We’ve already starting planning for the 40th Southern Maryland Celtic Festival and Highland Games to be held on Saturday April 28, 2018. Volunteers are greatly needed for the festival and for events throughout the year.

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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.

Slainte!