May the Lord keep you in His hand and never close His fist too tight. - Celtic Proverb

Ceilidh

Céilidh (pronounced kay-lee) is a Gaelic word that literally means "kitchen party." Historically, Scottish céilidhs and Irish céilí's (pronounced the same) would include music, dance, stories, poems, and ballads. Musicians would join in an impromptu jam session. People would have a "party piece" ready to go for any céilidh that might pop up.

At Celtic Fest we have a CĂ©ilidh time after dinner. We'll have several Celtic sing-along songs, Celtic stories, plus poems and jokes that we'll be asking people (in advance) to share. It's all great craic (pronounced crack), which is Gaelic for fun.

Ceilidh

Ceilidh

Ceilidh