UXBRIDGE: If you thrill to the skirl of the bagpipes, adore the aroma of fish and chips and Scottish meat pies, and marvel at the ability of the highland dancers, you will want to come to beautiful Elgin Park in Uxbridge on Saturday, July 22nd for the Uxbridge Scottish Festival.
Admission is by donation, and parking via Elgin Park Drive is free! Gates open at 8 a.m.
Learn more about your heritage at the Avenue of the Clans!
There will be vendors and purveyors of Scottish food and beverages.
Day-long events in the Bandshell begin at 11 a.m. with opening ceremonies.
Entertainment includes Kick up a fuss cloggers, Karl Redmond Singing Rod Stewart songs, Claidhmor and, of course, the Pipe Bands.
The Highland Dance Competition is being organized by Stewart Bennett of The Wee Tartan Shop in Port Perry and a committee of dedicated people.
Bring a lawn chair and enjoy a Scottish Day in Uxbridge’s Elgin Park.
Closing ceremonies at 6 p.m.
Call 905-926-8343 or visit www.UxbridgeScottishFestival.com for additional information on all of the festivities in Elgin Park next weekend.