The festival also celebrates the history and pride of the Scottish people at the Clan Row. The Living History component features re-enactors from all over the region. There is a wonderful array of animal demonstrations and a petting zoo as well.
One of the most popular features of the festival is the Kid's Corner, which features a bubble center, face painting, Irish games, castle ring toss and many other kid-friendly activities.
Over thirty music acts are appearing on three stages, ranging from regional acts to international favorites. The culminating musical event, a Saturday night Ceilidh (pronounced kay-lee) headlined by the Glengarry Boys along with Penny Whiskey and the McMahon School of Dance.
For sports fans, the festival features a Highland Games competition. The centuries old strongman competitions feature events like a caber pole toss, stone throw, and weights thrown for distance. There are professional and amateur divisions, and this year a "beat the pros" contest.
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