Elizabeth Celtic Festival:
Photo Gallery of Previous Years
This Festival was started in 1993 in nearby Kiowa, with a resilent run of thirteen years.
In 2006 it moved seven miles west to Elizabeth.
Highland Dance Competition
Highland dancers receiving medals
After the competition, it's time to get faces painted!
Photos of children having fun or acting silly.
The Elizabeth Celtic Festival strives to be 'family friendly.'
The Breckenridge 'Rogue Pub' is our newer, outdoors pub, conveinent to Rugby,
the "Knights' Arena," and the Dublin Stage.
The Braemar Glen: Home to the Scottish Athletic Events
There are seven events that "The Heavies" compete in, but the most well-known, by far, is the famous "Caber Toss."
The athletic competitors are like a big family, and they love doing the events.
Pictured on the right is the Sheaf Toss.
Artisans are an intregal part of the Festival, selling hand-made or hard-to-find items.
Besides the Scots and the Irish, a growing part of this Festival is the "Welsh Village."
The Colorado Welsh Dancers.
Artisan Cloud MacLeod, from 2009.
Vice President Alana Wolner selling tickets at the
Front Gate. Smile for the camera...
Besides the usual men in kilts, there were men on silts.
However, there were no men in kilts on silts. (...That's a relief!)
The Saucy Wench Pub
Learning easy dances at the "Family Ceili," early in the day on Saturday.
The Roman Camp
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