Scottish Tartan Festival | Clan MacFarlane Hospitality Tent | Minden, Louisiana • USA
Calling all our MacFarlane family! Are you ready for an unforgettable experience? Then come join us at the Clan MacFarlane hospitality tent at the Scottish Tartan Festival at Miller Quarters in Minden, Louisiana, USA.
We’re thrilled to be participating in this exciting event and can’t wait to welcome you with open arms. Step into our tent and experience the warmth and hospitality of the MacFarlane Clan, as we celebrate our rich Scottish heritage.
And this year, we have a very special treat for you! The Clan MacFarlane hospitality tent is hosted by none other than Louisiana Commissioners James & Mari Bittner, who will be on hand to greet you and share their passion for Scottish culture.
Get ready to immerse yourself in a variety of traditional Scottish activities, including Highland games, Scottish dancing, bagpipe performances, and much more. Plus, don’t miss your chance to sample some of our delicious Scottish food and drink, including haggis and whisky.
Whether you’re a seasoned Scottish festival-goer or a first-time visitor, the Clan MacFarlane hospitality tent is the perfect place to experience the very best of your MacFarlane heritage. So come join us and be a part of this amazing celebration of all things Scottish.
We can’t wait to meet you and share our passion for Scottish heritage. So pack your kilt and get ready for an unforgettable weekend at the Scottish Tartan Festival!
ABOUT THE SCOTTISH TARTAN FESTIVAL
The Scottish Tartan Festival is held annually each spring in April to commemorate the rich culture of our Celtic ancestors who came to this country in decades past. It is our hope to contribute to the awareness and knowledge of the Scottish, Irish and Celtic heritage in the region of Northeast and Central Louisiana, East Texas, and South Arkansas. Providing examples of traditional music and dance and demonstrating historical trades, martial arts and games are some of the ways we attempt to achieve this goal.
Starting out as a picnic for Scottish Society of the Louisiana Highlands members on the present-day site of Scotland Farms, a farm of Highland Cattle owned by Dr. Alan Cameron, the event grew each year until it became the full-fledged festival it is today.
ABOUT THE SCOTTISH SOCIETY OF THE LOUISIANA HIGHLANDS
Founded in 1996, the original organization included members from all over the northern region of Louisiana from Shreveport to Monroe. Out of the main group, two separate entities were later formed and the Shreveport group renamed itself the Scottish Society of the Louisiana Highlands, and has remained thus since that time. Our mission is to help educate the people of Louisiana about the rich Scottish heritage and culture from which many of us in this region can trace our roots.
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