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  • Highland Games Preparation

    As competition season begins to approach, here are a few tips that may be useful for your Highland More

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  • Celtic Christmas traditions

    Since its early beginnings the Celtic Christian Church drew inspiration on the pagan traditions of the past. Many of More

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  • How to make a unique Celtic Wedding

    If you are planning a themed wedding there could be nothing more special than by giving it a Celtic flavor. Whether you More

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  • Robbie Burns Supper

    2009 marked the 250th birthday of Robbie Burns. Although they began as a small celebration by Burns' friends after More

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  • Celtic Halloween- Samhain

    Halloween has roots in the Celtic celebration Samhain (SOW-in). Samhain means "End of Summer" and is often More

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  • The Battle of Culloden

    The Battle of Culloden The final clash of the Jacobites and Hanoverians on April 16, 1746 was the last battle to be More

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  • Irish Easter Rising

    The Easter Rising of 1916 was the opening event for the Irish War of Independence. Occurring Easter Week in 1916, it More

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  • Kirkin O' The Tartan

    After the Battle of Culloden on April 16, 1746, the English Parliament banned wearing tartan, speaking Gaelic, Scottish More

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  • The Scottish Reformation

    In 2010, Edinburgh celebrated Hogmanay with a theme of "reformation, renewal & resolution". It also More

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  • How to be Authentically Irish on St Patrick's Day

    March 17th is fast approaching. A day when a sea of green can be found in many pubs around the world, when Guinness and More

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  • Michaelmas Day

    Michaelmas Day is the Day of St. Michael and All the Angels. Michael was the Archangel who defeated Lucifer and More

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  • Mothering Sunday

    Mothering Sunday, similar to Mother's Day, also called Mid-Lent Sunday, is observed on the fourth Sunday in Lent. More

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  • Leap Year Love Lore

    Leap Year Love Lore 2016 is a Leap Year.  February 29th, Leap Day, is filled with traditions and More

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