Charleston, West Virginias, 'Celtic Calling' is a celebration of Celtic arts, culture and traditions. It includes music, dance, education, athleticism, and family fun.
The 3rd Annual event will take place on March 2nd-4th, 2018
Pictured above, Saturday Nights headline band, Teada, one of Irelands leading exponents of traditional music. Some of the events and artists are featured in the following slideshow.
FOOTMAD present, Irelands:Téada ,
Celtic Rock at the Boulevard Tavern - Bastard Bearded Irishmen , Charleston Rogues
The Company Stores,
Mountain Stage – incl. Seamus Egan Project
Library Sunday Jam Series - Mountain Thyme
Taylor Books - Appalachian Celtic Consort, Scottish Smallpipe Concert, Dina Hornbaker
Scottish Bagpipes, Plaid Clash, Gypsy Stars, Celtic Hymnsing
Music Sessions at The Copper Pint, Adelphia Sports Bar, Sam's Uptown Café
Great Events: Beni Kedem Highlanders 'Tartan Ball' , 5K Kilt Run/Walk, Blarney Stone Liars Contest,
Library Heritage Programs – Orkney Isles, and Irish Fairy Folk Lore, Spinning/ Weaving and Sheep Display
Dance: Irish and Scottish Dance Performance and Workshops
WV International Film Festival Underground Cinema : Irish Language Film ‘Song of Granite
More: Kirken of the Tartans Church Service, 5 1 Act Plays - Twirling Fire Artists Dance Performance - Cooking Workshop and Guinness Cooking Competition
Discover Hip, Historic.....Almost Heaven, Charleston WV, and plan a visit with the help of the: Charleston Convention and Visitor Bureau
Pre Celtic Calling Events in Charleston
Tuesday Feb. 20th:
6-8pm: Discussion of 'Brooklyn' by Colm Toibin, at Main Library, 123 Capitol Street, Charleston. Limited copies available in advance.
Monday Feb. 26th:
6-8pm: Lively Limerick Workshop with Colleen Anderson. Join Colleen in writing learning about and writing limericks, with an opportunity to read them during the Festival. Main Library, 123 Capitol Street, Charleston.
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