Hammond Historical Museum hosting 4th annual Scottish Festival | St. Lawrence County
HAMMOND — On July 9, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Hammond Historical Museum will host its 4th once-a-year Scottish Competition. Due to the fact the 2018 competition was these a success for the bicentennial celebration of the initially Scottish settlers in Hammond, it was made a decision to make this ever more well known competition an annual fundraising celebration. Entrance fee is $5 per man or woman and $20 for a spouse and children of four or far more.
The festival committee has a line-up of actions and amusement scheduled for the day.
The competition kicks off with a noncompetitive 5K Kilt Operate/Stroll. Bakers also have a probability to take part in a Scottish baking contest that early morning.
In the course of the working day, there will be a “Battle of the Ages” Highland video games competition on the athletics area. Lively Celtic songs groups and Scottish dancers will offer enjoyment all day below the massive tent. All over the grounds, a person can explore family connections with clan reps, obtain special merchandise from a selection of craft distributors, and interact with genuine weaving and blacksmithing demonstrators. For additional enjoyment, there is a Scottish picture booth, a kids’ castle impediment class, and a modest petting zoo that will be absolutely sure to make sure you people of all ages.
For far more in-depth information, one particular could go to the website, www.HammondMuseum.com or connect with Donna at 315-528-4742