October 24, 2012 at 5:31pm
St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Tacoma will be decked out in all things Celtic on Saturday, October 27, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The 5th Annual Celtic Faire is a community event perfect for anyone with interest in Celtic history, arts, music or food. All day long, activities are open to the public to celebrate the Feast of St. Andrew. A marketplace will have Celtic wares, jewelry and treats, or join in a high tea ceremony. Activities will feature traditional Celtic sports like caber tossing (likely not full-sized cabers, though), and a ceilidh-a Celtic party complete with dancers that look like they're holding invisible suitcases, singers and bagpipers.
If you have kiddies in tow, this is an especially great event as there will be plenty of activities to keep them busy.
For lunch or a snack, pick up a traditional Ploughman's lunch or any number of sweet treats. There will be both a Bake Shoppe and a Lunch Shoppe.
Off duty rules.
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