Community spirit is strong in Scotland. Towns and villages all over the country take great pride in the events they host – as a celebration of friendship and true Scottish traditions.
9th June 2013, Glasgow:
Showcasing some of Scotland’s liveliest ceilidh bands, artists and DJ’s, Ceilidh on the Corner will see Byres Road stripping the willow and shindigging like no other festival.
This free event promises to be a truly unique showcase of the very best Scottish seafood and culture, in the heart of the festival.
13th June 2013, Skye:
Learn how to make felt and design and make your own bag or purse, with textile artist Laura Brittain Tut.
15th June 2013, Glasgow:
Our Glasgow Wine-Tasting Courses make for great days out learning about wine in a relaxed and fun environment - suitable for everyone from the absolute beginner through to budding wine enthusiast.
15th June 2013, Edinburgh:
Join us in the Storytelling Bothy for a celebration of fatherhood on the day before Father’s Day.
15th June 2013, East Lothian:
A fantastic variety of stalls for everyone, including face-painting, ice-cream, teas & coffees, home baking and many, many crafts.
15th June 2013, Fife:
Events include: Running, Cycling, Heavy Weights, Light Field, Highland Dance and the annual Coble Boat Race.
15th June 2013, Aberdeenshire:
Traditional highland games with heavy and light events, highland dancing, tug o’ war, caber and pipe bands, plus craft fair, baby show, children’s entertainment, trade stands and fun fair.
16th June 2012, Aberdeen:
Traditional Highland Games including heavy events, track and field competition, piping, dancing, tossing the caber, craft and trade stalls, fairground and catering.
15th & 16th June 2013, Argyll:
A selection of over 30 of the best ales and scrumpies from around the UK, together with excellent food from Loch Fyne Oysters and Winston Churchill Venison.