Kilts on Celts 

Got the urge to feel the breeze between your knees, but lack the beard to wear a kilt in public? Grab your best highland garb and head over to the 29th annual Tucson Celtic Festival and Scottish Highland Games this Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 8 and 9 at Rillito Park (4502 N. First Ave.). Your inner-Celt will revel in bagpipe music and whiskey tasting, as well as heritage and culture booths. Watch the highland games featuring traditional events from the misty isles themselves. There's also a Highland dance and solo bagpipe competition, as well as a junior highland athletics competition. More info on the Facebook event page.


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