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Upcoming Events

June 11, 2018 1 min read

Upcoming Events

We might be in the middle of the colder months, but there are still a number of Scottish-themed events to enjoy! 

This includes three events in the Northland and Auckland regions over June and July.

First off, there is the Tartan Day Tattoo on Sunday 24 June. Held at the North Shore Events Centre, the Tattoo is a fun family event, featuring pipe bands, highland dancers, marching teams, and more. 



On the following weekend the Papakura Pipe Band and Pukekohe RSA Franklin Pipe Band will be holding their annual ceilidh in Karaka This is set to be a great night, with a wide range of entertainment, including performances from both bands. Get in touch with the band here for more information. 

Finally, on 20 and 21 July the renowned Art 'n' Tartan Wearable Art Awards will be held at the Celtic Barn in Waipu. This year's event will be split into three shows, and feature creative endeavour from around New Zealand. 



If you know of any other upcoming events Scottish-themed events you feel should be mentioned, feel free to get in touch with Scots in Spirit on ryan@scotsinspirit.com.  


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