The purpose of Celtic Heritage Festival is to manage and operate an annual Festival in Tarrant County, Texas,that educates the general public about the culture and history of the people of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, and other Celtic Nations. This education occurs through personal contact with people from Celtic Organizations, displays of working crafts and presentations of music, dance, sports, and animals.

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scnt logoScottish Clans of North Texas - The Scottish Clans of North Texas have been around for over 25 years promoting the culture, heritage, music, and dance of the people of Scotland. So, do you have to be Scottish to join? NO! You're welcome if you like Scotland, bagpipes, highland dancing, singing, shortbread, clan and tartan research, or just plain fun! And who belongs? All ages; kids, teenagers, young adults, adults, seniors, singles, married, widowed, whatever! Monthly meetings include entertaining and educational programs on subjects of Scottish interest. In addition to occasional Pot Luck Dinners at meetings, the annual St. Andrews Dinner and the Robert Bums Night highlight the Scottish social calendar. The SCNT participates in a number of local events, including the North Texas Irish Festival, the Texas Scottish Festival, and the Celtic Heritage Festival, which it helps sponsor. For more, visit or write P.O. Box 122361, Arlington, TX 76012-8361.