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Cairngorms Ceilidh Trail Looking for Young People

The Cairngorms Cèilidh Trail is one of eight Cèilidh Trails organised by local Fèisean under the umbrella of Fèisean nan Gàidheal.

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BurnsFest

Celebrate Scotland’s Bard with BurnsFest

From 20-27 January, the Scottish Storytelling Centre will pay homage to Robert Burns with wonderful events celebrating his life and legacy.

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Clàrsach Competitions on Skye looking for entries

Two New Competitions for Clarsach are looking for entries.

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Call for young pipers and drummers to tune up for world’s largest schools piping competition

Over 800 young pipers and drummers are expected to go head-to-head in the world’s largest schools pipe band competition in March 2018 and there is still time to be part of this!  Over 120 schools from across Scotland will take part  in the Scottish Schools Pipe Band Championships in Livingston on

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Folk Drama Play in Action

Warm Up with Family Friendly Folk Drama this Winter

This winter, Traditional Arts and Culture Scotland (TRACS) are once again on a mission to rejuvenate midwinter traditions in Scotland with seasonal folk dramas, to enrich community life and ensure all ages can get involved over the coldest of seasons, connecting the old and new t

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