23rd Niagara Celtic Heritage Festival & Highland Games

September 14 & 15, 2024 | Saturday 10am-10:30pm; Sunday 10am-7:00pm


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PLACE A FREE NOTICE: If you have something Celtic, Irish, Scottish or Welsh and would like to sell or promote it, please email the information to: info@niagaraceltic.com (no phone calls please, email us questions & details). Please include description, cost, contact and phone number. We can also post emails and websites. There is no cost associated with this, and ads will remain online unless you specify less time or notify us the sale is complete.

Clan Keith is seeking new members!

Sept surnames include Austin, Cate(s), Dickson, Dixon, Dixson, Dick, Falconer, Faulkner, Harvey, Hackston, Haxton, Hervey, Hurrie, Hurry, Keath, Keech, Keeth, Keyth, Kite, Lumgair, MacKeith, Marshall, Urie, and Urry. If you have genealogical ties to any of the above families, you may be a born member of Clan Keith. Visit us during Niagara Celtic or contact us:  japmarshall@yahoo.com.


Join the Irish Literary Round Table, a monthly facilitated discussion of Irish classic and Contemporary Irish Literature.

Last Thursday of each month, 1-3pm 

Pittsford Recreation Center (Lincoln Ave. off Main Street in Rochester) Irish American Cultural Institute, Rochester Chapter

Clann of the Wolf is Seeking New Members!

If you've ever had an interest in history, Celtic history and/or re-enactments, consider joining our living history troupe. This is the chance to help educate others about Highland life, battlefield life and more. We have groups (Septs) in 32 states and 2 Canadian provinces, and seek all ages, races and genders. So what are you waiting for? Learn More


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Education Programs/ Studies

The Niagara Celtic Society receives no compensation for these promotions. This is part of our efforts to promote Celtic heritage, by way of a wonderful educational programs. If you have a program to promote, please email vicki@niagaraceltic.com.

Atlantic Gaelic Academy/ Acadamaidh Gàidhlig an Atlantaig (online classes)

Go With CEA Global: Study Abroad in Ireland

Duolingo: free online language training

Oideas Gael Irish language and cultural courses

Madog Center for Welsh Studies/Canolfan Madog ar gyfer Astudiaethau Cymreig

Sabhal Mòr Ostaig: The Gaelic College in Scotland 

Sabhal Mòr Ostaig UHI on the Isle of Skye is the only college of its kind in the world offering further and higher education through the medium of Scottish Gaelic.  Whether you would like to study on campus or at a distance, there are courses available for complete beginners in the language to undergraduate and post-graduate programmes.


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Fir Dóiteán, Irish Professional Firefighters of WNY / no link available; PO Box 286, Buffalo, NY 14220, contact Jim O'Neill, Club President: (716) 823-5257

Gaelic American Athletic Association (GAAA)

Irish American Cultural Institute (Rochester Chapter): Join their Irish Literary Round Table - a monthly facilitated discussion of Irish classic and Contemporary Irish Literature

The Irish Cultural & Folk Art Association of WNY

Niagara Celtic Heritage Society, Inc.

Niagara Highland Athletics Club

Olean AOH Division 2


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