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The Scottish & Celtic Heritage Festival will take place from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. April 20 at the Parkersburg
City Park Pavilion.

There will be day-long entertainment featuring Scottish/Irish bands including the Appalachian Celtic
Consort Band, Akron Ceili Band and W.Va. Scottish Highland Dancers, as well as professional Celtic
storytellers.

Members of the Pipes and Drums of St. Andrew will perform and there will be Scottish/American/Welsh fare, vendors, artisans, Scottish clan exhibits, history/genealogy information, and assistance, children's games/crafts and raffle prizes including a replica of William Wallace's sword.

Tickets are $5 at the door/kids 12 and under free.

For more information Google Scottish and Celtic Heritage Festival or email: scotandceltfest@att.net.