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Issue 35 - Scotland Events

Scotland Magazine Issue 35
November 2007


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Scotland Events

Loch Ness Hogmanay Festival
28th December 2007 – 2nd January 2008 (dates tbc)

A six-day festival which includes daily guided walks, shinty and football matches, a tea dance, a duck race, and cookery demonstrations. The highlight of the festival is the open-air ceilidh on Hogmanay and torchlight procession behind massed pipe bands

Glasgow’s Hogmanay Party
31st December 2007

Join Glasgow’s biggest party of the year with 25,000 other revellers to see in the new year with a range of concerts and ceilidhs on several stages around the city centre. George Square is party central – come along and enjoy the fun

The Land, The Light and The Locals
29th December 2007 – 2nd January 2008
Various venues, the Borders

The Scottish Borders’ new year festival features more than 100 musicians and performers from across the region in sessions, concerts and ceilidhs, as well as the numerous informal afternoon music sessions and other daytime events

Scott’s Selkirk
1st – 2nd December 2007

Celebrating the days when Sir Walter Scott was Sheriff of Selkirkshire, join Selkirk as the whole town takes on a 19th-century atmosphere and provides a wealth of entertainment and activity

Stonehaven Fireball Festival
31 December 2007

One of the few remaining traditional mid-winter fire festivals. Local people process along the High Street swinging fireballs to ward off the darkness of winter and welcome in the new year