The 12th Annual (World Class)

Eugene Scottish Festival

 

 Saturday, May 17, 2014   10 am to 5 pm

On The Grounds of

Peace Presbyterian Church

3060 River Road, Eugene, OR 97404

Admission Per Person is $5 Donation Requested + 1 Can Of Food For Charity

Children 12 And Under Free

 

Contact Us

Vendors and Clans Registration:

krisbeals@reagan.com

 

General information:

info@eugenescottishfestival.com

Eugene Scottish Festival

P.O. Box 2474

Eugene, OR 97402

 

Scottish Country Dance Information

Robert

541 935 6051

http://eugenescottishfestival.com/SCD/SCD

Brief History

The Eugene Scottish Festival Committee is a nonprofit organization that provides the only Scottish cultural event in Lane County, the 12th annual such event.  This year we are renting the grounds of Peace Presbyterian Church, 3060 River Road.  Festivals are on the 3nd Saturday of May and provide continuous live entertainment from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.   On stage the music is mainly folk with lots of fiddles, Guitars, harps and bagpipes.  It is a family event and no alcohol is served.  We organize games for children, including a bouncy house, a Scottish museum, Scottish foods and a dog parade.  A few snapshots of past events are provided below.

 

Program

Program

 

 

Eugene Scottish Festival May 17, 2014

 

 

10:00-10:25 AM

Opening Ceremony/ Heidi Wood, Piper

 

10:30-10:55

Scottish  Country Dancers

 

11-11:40

Eugene Firefighters Pipe Band

 

11:45-12:05

Clan Parade w/Heidi Wood/ National Anthem; Flower of Scotland by Rachael Young

 

12:05-12:25

Dog Parade w/Heidi Wood, Piper

 

12:30-12:45

12:50-1:25

Scottish Country Dancers

Linda Danielson/ Janet Naylor, Fiddle/Harp

 

1:30-2:25

Eugene Highlanders Pipe Band  

 

2:30-2:55

Chico Schwall  & Friends, Fiddle, Guitar

 

3:00-3:25

Noah Brenner, Harp

 

3:30-4:10

D'n'A, Doug & Amey, Fiddle & Guitar

 

4:15-5

Eugene Highlanders Pipe Band

 

 

 

 

A Few Photos Follow Below

Pipe Band

 

Clan and Vendor Tents

Clan Parade

Free Wagon Rides

dog parade

 

Eugene Scottish Country Dancers

Leone Burger (back left), Robert  Burger (front right) horse drawn wagon