Animals | Community Groups | Kid's Corner | Living History
Niagara Celtic always hosts a wonderful array of demonstrations and hands-on experience with a variety of animals, including breeds direct from the British Isles.
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Regions 4 & 6 plays host to a variety of wonderful different groups, including local organizations, non-profits and more. Enjoy amazing displays and products, along with plenty of chances to support these hard working volunteers.
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Swing a round of mini golf. Throw the Caber pole. Take a chance at the ring toss. Visit the Fairy Kingdom. Throw a sheep!
Fun for kids is endless at the festival, from the music to the food, demonstrations to entertainment. The heart of the fun is the Kid's Corner, which contains every activity you can dream to do and more!
Mini Highland Games Training
Pot O’ Gold Toss
Sandi McCrabby Gem Hunt
Fishing at Turtle Bay
Celtic Castle Mini Golf
Fairy Garden, including: bubbles, bug toss, daffodil ring toss
Magic Pan Flute
Draughts and Knots & Crosses
Celtic Crafts and Face Painting
and so much more!!
*A Mother's Tent wil be available near the Fairy Garden for those with Wee Ones who need a quiet private place.
A Quest! A Quest! - from the Fairy Queen
"As Queen of the Fairy Realm, I challenge you to a quest.
To prove your knightly gifts, out you go to pass 5 tests:
Blow a Bubble
Catch a Fish
Play a Tune
Toss a Coin
Return a Gem
To be the Best
Is that all? You surely jest! If you dare, find the Fairy Doors around the Celtic Fest!"
Also don't miss these other special guests:
*Sit a spell and enjoy stories & songs with Sorcha Bell, the Teller of Tales
*Visit the Storyteller's Tree and be entertained with wonderful tales and puppetry from The Bard of Basswood
Throughout the weekend you'll see history come alive in various ways, all thanks to those who honor centuries of Celtic culture. Better yet, you can join in! Hear stories, join in a sing along, learn about swordfighting and even prepare for battle against the British!
Woods Unlimited by James Stewart Take a step back in time and watch Scottish Trader James Stewart hand carve wooden signboard appliqués. Learn about life in the 18th Century, including mastering wood arts and how to survive in new American Settlements. You can also take home a wonderful handmade souvenir!