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 Thursday, 15 June 2017

Clan dinner and entertainment at Tartan Hall, First Presbyterian Church, 26 Church St., Franklin, NC. 
Dinner is open to the public. TBD adult, TBD children under 12. 6 PM.
Tickets are available from the following locations:

Scottish Tartans Museum, 86 E Main St, Franklin, NC, 28734
Chamber of Commerce
Life's Bounty, 28 E. Main St., Franklin, NC
Any member of the TOS Team.


   Those attending will be treated to live Scottish and Celtic music while dining by the


Friday, 16 June 2017, Downtown

Entertainment at the Gazebo in Town Square 10 AM until 4 PM.

Movie - Ruby Cinemas and the Scottish Tartans Museum have teamed to offer you the Scottish Film Fest at 10:00 am.
                The movie for the adults will be the 2015 release of "Macbeth" and the children will see a rollicking Scottish
                movie with lots of action. The tickets will be $5 each. There will be a concession open. But that's not all.
                Jean Hayes will play her bagpipe to welcome all participants and some of the Breacan Clann will dress in period                 costume. 


Ceilidh (Party) 7-9:00 PM.  Located on Stewart St., across from Rathskeller and in front of The Attic.

Entertainment at Ceildh --  TBD

Food Vendors set up on Itola Street: 6 -8:00 PM

Craft Vendors can not set up on Friday.


Saturday, 17 June 2017, Downtown, 9 AM - 4 Pm

  Vendor Set-up on Main Street: 6:00 - 8:30 AM. All vehicles to be moved from display area by 8:30. Vendor parking at
      First United Methodist Church, corner of West Main and Harrison Streets

  Little Miss Tartan   9:30 am
  Parade line up: 10:00 am (Parade instructions)
  Parade: 10:30

 Entertainment -- parade with Pipers -- bands -- Honor Guard --  singing groups - kids playground,
       inflatables and games -- Honored Clan -- Grant

 Entertainment schedule - Click to download and print.

 Highland Games Demonstration - Scott Medlin and his group will demonstrate real highland games such as the  
       caber toss and hammer throw --- Location - In the field next to Ace Hardware, corner of Palmer & Porter St. One block from        downtown.
 Food vendors -- Scottish theme products -- crafts -- entertainment

 Scottish Tartans Museum open all day.

Sunday, 18 June 2017

  Kirkin' O' the Tartans, 11 AM
    First Presbyterian Church
    26 Church St.
    Franklin, NC 28734