"Abain / Aboon" [Ab–ain / Ab-oon] Meaning: Above
19 September 2013, 16:00, Cloughey Presbyterian Church, Main Road, Cloughey, Co Down
Runs to 19 September 2013
Hosted by Cloughey Presbyterian Church the Scotch Harvest Festival will take place on Thursday 10 and Friday 11 October.
Festival will include an exhibition of antique agricultural machinery and performances by local Ulster-Scots musicians: Newtownfolk, Kirkistown Pipe Band, Junior Lambeg tuition, Piping by Andy McGregor, Brunswick Accordion Band and Newtownards CLB. Dancing displays will be provided by The Kelly Forsythe Highland Dancers and Greyabbey Junior Highland Dancers. In addition to the music and dance there will be Ulster-Scots Storytelling, Junior Ulster-Scots Hymns and Airs and traditional food making.
On Friday 11 October the Scotch Harvest exhibition opens at 4pm (Entry £2.00) and an Ulster-Scots Concert will run from 7.00pm – 10.00pm (Entry £5.00). Note free entry to the exhibition with purchase of concert tickets).
On Saturday 12 October the exhibition is open from 11am to 5pm and the festival runs from 12 noon – 4.15pm (Entry £2.00).
For further information contact Richard Smith on 07739 004 615 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.