Friday, April 4, 2008

A Fun Saturday for Nancy and me!!


Join us for the annual Tartan Day celebration on Saturday, April 5, 2008. A full day of Scottish activities and events will stir your ancestral roots, so come savor the flavor of Scotland in greater Kansas City. Bring the family, meet new friends and greet old ones at E.H. Young Riverfront Park, Riverside, Missouri. Everyone is welcome!

A Parade of Tartans, pipes and drums, highland dancing, clans, Celtic music, demonstrations by Scottish heavy athletics, Games merchandise for sale -- all happening at the site of the Kansas City Scottish Highland Games.

Lunch is available from the Oz Highland Farm concession, serving Scotsfare Haggis Pups™, Oz Highland beef patties and franks, cookies, chips and soft drinks, or feel free to bring a picnic lunch of your own.

Sponsored jointly by the Kansas City St. Andrew Society and the Kansas City Scottish Highland Games, the event honors the Declaration of Arbroath in 1320, declaring Scotland as a sovereign and independent state.

What: A Parade of Tartans, led by the St. Andrew Pipes and Drums, followed by highland dancing, Celtic music, demonstrations by Scottish heavy athletics, clans, Games merchandise for sale.

When: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Saturday, April 5, 2008.



This is where Karen is taking Nancy and me tomorrow!! Looks like fun to me!!! Karen is taking folding chairs for us and will help us. Kelly has to work tomorrow so Karen is doing this. Since my kids on their Dads side are Scottish I think they will love this!! We will have to find a place that is not to sunny for Nancy because of some of her medicine's she takes says, Do not get in the Sun!



I tried to get out today and visit each one of you but if I didn't make it to your blog I will a little later!!







5 comments:

Melli said...

Ohhhhhh BOY that looks fun!!! I love to hear bagpipes and watch all those kilts! You guys will have SO much fun! Take LOTS of pictures for us!

Mary said...

Grams,

You and Nancy are going to have FUN! Our city hosted the Highland Games many years ago and I went several times. It is always an enjoyable outing.

Thanks for dropping by and commenting on my post. I have told a little more about Brandon in tonight's post if you have time to drop by.

Have a safe and fun day.
Blessings,
Mary

Denise said...

That sounds really fun grams, hope you all enjoy your day. I love you.

Flip Flop Floozie said...

We just had our St. Pat's day parade here in Savannah and of course lots and lots of bagpipes. Plus for Easter one man came out to our church. Our church is located on a big lake. He stood by the lake and played.."Amazing Grace". I heard it was wonderful. i was inside helping.
don't worry about getting around to visit me. I am just glad that you are back on line
Have fun..Sandy

Cynthia said...

Oh, I just know you will so enjoy it! When I was in FL visiting my dad, they had the Celebration of the Titans at his church that Sunday and it was so wonderful!

Cynthia