13th Annual "Lawrence Scottish Fest"
January 25th, 2009 - 250th birthday of Robert Burns
Lawrence Scottish Fest
All together for "Auld Lang Syne," Lawrence Scottish Fest 2009
Photos by Eileen Young, Kelly Kelin & Mark Jongman-Sereno

Festival in the Foyer
Traditional Scottish Culture
Highland bagpipes with Bill Read, Dana Morris and Tom Averill; Info booths with Topeka St Andrew Society and KC Highland Games; Clan info with Peggy Baker; Scottish treats by Rocky Road Bakeries; Celtic jam session; Highland dance by Bridget Bailey.

Concert in the Hall
Traditional & contemporary Scottish music
Welcome by Larry Carter; Robert Burns heritage by Douglas Phenix; Highland dance by Bridget Bailey; Robert Burns songs & Celtic music by Forest Green; Haggis ceremony by Douglas Phenix & Jeff Eubanks; Robert Burns songs & Celtic-rock by Uncle Dirty Toes; Everyone, "Auld Lang Syne"

Topeka Saint Andrew Society

Exploring the history, culture, and national
character of Scotland and the Scottish people

Selling all types of British goods in downtown Lawrence.

Community Mercantile
Lawrence's cooperatively owned grocery store,
encouraging personal, community and environmental health.

Mass Street Music
Dealer of fine guitars, mandolins, amplifiers and more.

Midwest Irish Focus
Monthly magazine for the Irish-American communities throughout Missouri, Kansas, Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota, Illinois, Arkansas and Oklahoma.

Jeff Eubanks Jewelry
Original designs and custom orders

Tuesday Concert
Lawrence's only songwriter's showcase for area artists. Check You Tube videos through the website.

Lawrence Scottish Fest is
Another Lawrence Old Guard Production
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