Tartan Day was originally conceived as a day to celebrate Scotland's cultural and historic contributions to the world. We invite all who have embraced the Tartan to join us in celebrating family, community, nation, heritage, and the human need for connection.
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Please join us at the 2017 Tartan Day Festival on Saturday and Sunday, April 8 & 9 in Longmont, CO.
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Help keep Tartan Day festivities active by volunteering or becoming a member of the Colorado Tartan Day Council, below are our annual membership rates:
• $25.00/year for a family membership
(includes children 18 and under)
• $15.00/year individual membership
• $20.00/year Senior family membership (65 and older)
Along with your payment, please complete a membership application. Click here to fill out the form. As a member of the CTDC, you are invited to attend our monthly meetings.
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Many Coloradans of Scottish, Irish, and other Celtic backgrounds contributed to the growth, prosperity, and cultural richness of Colorado. The Colorado tartan is comprised of a pattern and colors symbolic of Colorado's splendor and history. The beauty of the clear Colorado skies is represented by blue, the pine and spruce that grace the mountains are represented by the cool green of the tartan.
Saturday & Sunday April 8 - 9, 2017
At the Boulder County Fairgrounds, Longmont, Colorado.
9 am to 5 pm Saturday and 9 am to 4 pm Sunday
Admission is Free to the Public.
It is that time of year again for the Colorado Tartan Day Highland Harvest Tea.Saturday - November 5, 2016 at 1:00 PM.
St. Brigit Episcopal Church
110 Johnson St.
Frederick, CO. 80504
The church is to the east behind the yellow house
on the northeast corner of 1st Street and Johnson,
which becomes Oak as it crosses 1st.
The driveway to our parking lot is accessed off of
Johnson Street -- look for the curb cut and
proceed into the gravel lot.
Specific directional information available at:
All reservations for this event must be pre-paid and all seating is assigned. We have arranged for some larger tables to accommodate groups. Our ability to accommodate groups is on a first come first serve basis, so the earlier we receive your reservations the more likely we can accommodate your request.
For group seating you may purchase all the tickets at once under one name or if you choose to purchase tickets separately please email the names of those in your party to email@example.com. Please understand that we cannot hold seats for anyone who has not purchased a ticket.
For more information on these sponsors, click on the sponsor image to view their web site.
Click on the Clan name to view information on their web site.
Family of Bruce International
Clan Cochrane, Colorado
Clan Fraser of Colorado
Clan Kennedy Society of North America
Clan Macpherson Association
Clan MacLea - Livingstone
Clan Cameron Association
Click on the Links below to view more information.Elizabeth Celtic Festival
Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Road, Longmont, CO 80501