The Michigan Daily - July 12, 1999 - 9
Every year, hundreds
gather in Saline for Scottish
athieticismn, dancing, music
and good old-fashioncd fun.
This year's Ccltic Festival
h ghc d professional
Scottish Highland athletes competing in
events including the sheaf toss, hammer
throw and caber toss.
The public was invited to participate
in a traditional Haggis Hurl and a
Also popular with the crowd was the
Society for Creative Anachronism who
performed Medieval tournament fight-
ing re-enactments and various other
Throughout the park, a number of
pipe bands could be heard and an
acoustic stage provided a place for
groups to showcase traditional sounds
A great day of fun was had by all at
this year's Celtic Festival!
Counter-clockwise trom upper let:
Brandishing weapons, medieval fighters bale it out
in one of the festival's most dangerous attractions.
A professional Highland athlete competes in the
Historical maidens share their celtic pride through
A man, dressed in traditional clothing, pauses to
enjoy the day's sights.
Gear worn by one of the fighting men display his
Xander Judge, age 7, tries on a helmet and strikes a