Ceud Mile Failte!

A Hundred Thousand Welcomes!

Come to one of Folklorama’s most popular pavilions!

Join us to confirm what thousands of
your friends & neighbours already know –
that the Pavilion of Scotland is still the best!
If you haven’t yet visited our new location,
please come to see how we’ve improved.
A huge Celtic party awaits your arrival at the Pavilion
of Scotland!

We are first week this year Aug 5th -Aug 11th

 

2018 Ambassadors

Adult Ambassadors
Youth Ambassadors
David Carey
Connor McIntosh
Alana Greene
Jean Thompson

Performers

We feature Local Talent

Our main stage show has our very own Flying Haggis Show Band, the Glenaura Pipe Band and The Ena Sutton Dancers.
Between shows entertainment is by Manitoba Highland Dancers, and a variety of guest artists & pipe bands.

Our stage is rarely empty, drop in any time!

The Manitoba Association of Celtic Sports presents The Heavy Games Challenge on Saturday, August 11, 2018 at 11am. Admission to this even is free, please bring your own lawn chair. Hot Dogs and drinks will be available for purchase starting at noon.

 

Pipe Bands and Guest Artists

Pipe Bands & Guest Artists

August 5th to August 11th

 

2018 Entertainment Schedule

Date
Cultural area stage
Pipe Bands
Sunday
John MacKenzie, Ed Goletski & Ian Ross (Fiddles and Guitar)

Transcona & District Pipe Band

Monday
Lads & Lasses (Scottish Country Dancing)
Pavilion of Scotland Massed Pipe Band
Tuesday

Celtic Trio – Flute, Harp & Vocals

Pipe & Drums of Manitoba
Wednesday

John MacKenzie & Ed Goletski (Fiddle and Guitar)

Khartum Shriners Pipe Band
Thursday

Wee Drappe with Alana Greene, Guitar, Harmonica & Vocals

Winnipeg Police Pipe Band
Friday

John MacKenzie & Ed Goletski (Fiddle and Guitar)

Lord Selkirk RFM Pipe Band
Saturday

Lads and Lasses, Scottish Country Dancing

St Andrews Grade 4 Pipe Band

The cultural shows listed above are at 6:00 and 9:00! This area is air conditioned! 

Visit our various booths and displays for information and demonstrations on Spinning Wool into Yarn with Deb Stewart & Bronwyn Swanson, Heavy Games with the Manitoba Association of Celtic Sports,tracing your family tree with the Genealogical Society of Manitoba, Highland Dancing with the Manitoba Highland Dancers’ Association, bagpies with Transcona & District Pipe Band, the history & distilling of Whiskey at the Scotch Glen and more…

Please check the posters at the entrances to the Pavilion and the Cultural Room to confirm the guest artists and performance times each evening.

 

Heavy Games are Saturday August 11th (11am till 4pm) outside

Schedule

Main Stage Schedule

Come to one of Folklorama’s most popular pavilions!

Join us to confirm what thousands of
your friends & neighbours already know –
that the Pavilion of Scotland is still the best!
If you haven’t yet visited our new location,
please come to see how we’ve improved.
A huge Celtic party awaits your arrival at the Pavilion
of Scotland!

August 5th to 11th , 2018

Time Activity
6:00 p.m. Doors Open
6:05 p.m. – 6:25 p.m Manitoba Highland Dancers (MHDA)
6:25 p.m. – 6:40 p.m. Address to Haggis / Ambassador Intro
6:45 p.m. – 7:25 p.m. Main Stage Show
7:30 p.m. – 7:45 p.m. Guest Pipe Bands
7:50 p.m. – 8:10 p.m. Manitoba Highland Dancers (MHDA)
8:15 p.m. – 8:55 p.m. Main Stage Show
9:00 p.m. – 9:15 p.m. Guest Pipe Band
9:20 p.m. – 9:40 p.m. Variety Entertainment
9:45 p.m. – 10:25 p.m. Main Stage Show
10:30 p.m. – 11:00 p.m. Music
 **Saturday at 5:15 Special Kids’ Show featuring The MHDA Boys’ Mentorship Program, Ena Sutton Highland Dancers & special guest, Scottish Princess from Heather’s Pretty Parties.

Volunteers

Volunteer with the Pavilion of Scotland

 

Every year we rely on the hard work of many volunteers! If you would like to get involved we have a few position at the organizational level left to fill or if you’d just like to volunteer day of please sign up for any shifts that you can!

Volunteer Sign-Up Form

Some coordinator positions we are still looking for:

Assistant Coordinators Needed
As well, we are in need of additional assistants to coordinators.  This is a great way to gain valuable job-related experience for students or to get more involved with the inner-workings of the event.  Letters of reference are available upon request for all volunteer positions.

Assistant Kitchen Coordinator
Required to be at Pavilion daily from 4:00pm to 11:00pm.  Will be responsible for all areas of food preparation and clean-up.  Food handling certificate would be an asset.

Assistant Treasurer
Required to be at Pavilion daily from 7:00pm to 1:00am.  Will be responsible for maintaining cash stations, and closing cash at the end of the evening.  There may be some requirement to work cash registers or other cash/ debit areas during the week.

Logistics Coordinator
Required to be at the Pavilion from 5:30 to 10:00 daily, must have a vehicle.  This person is responsible for running for “emergency” purchases and other items during the week.  There may be some requirement to work cash registers or other cash/ debit areas during the week.

Assistant Volunteer Coordinator
Required to be at the Pavilion from 5:30 to 10:00 daily.  This person would be responsible for helping with volunteer check-in, making sure that volunteers have completed mandatory health and safety training, checking volunteer registration, filling in for volunteer washroom breaks, and filling in volunteer gaps as required.

Please take time to register soon.
We are thrilled to have you as part of our Pavilion!

If you have any questions, or are unable to access the form, please email volunteers@pavilionofscotland.ca