Ceud Mile Failte! A Hundred Thousand Welcomes!

Come to one of Folklorama’s most popular pavilions! 

August 2024 – Dates TBD soon

We are excited to return to a FULLY AIR CONDITIONED & FULLY ACCESIBLE venue at Centro Caboto Centre at 1055 Wilkes Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2L7.

Join us to confirm what thousands of
your friends & neighbours already know –
a huge Celtic party awaits your arrival at the Pavilion of Scotland!

Purchase your tickets online at: 

2024 Ambassadors


Adult Ambassadors
Youth Ambassadors
Jim Carrigan
Abby Sigurdson
Sam Windsor
Mac Windsor
Jim Carrigan, Adult Ambassador
* pic & bio coming soon

Sam Windsor, Adult Ambassador
* pic & bio coming soon
Abby Sigurdson, Youth Ambassador
* pic & bio coming soon

Mac, Youth Ambassador
* pic & bio coming soon


Main Stage Show

Come to one of Folklorama’s most popular pavilions!

     Doors open at 5:30 pm nightly, with entertainment beginning on the main stage at 6 pm. First up is traditional Highland  Dancing performances by the Manitoba Highland Dancers’ Association, followed at 6:30 pm by a Scottish tradition called the Address to the Haggis.

       The main stage show multiple times per night under the following schedule:

2024 Schedule TBD – Check back soon


Our show is a  lively mix of contemporary and traditional Celtic music and dancing. Our show features The Ena Sutton Highland Dancers of Winnipeg who have been entertaining Pavilion-goers with their lovely Highland Dance-inspired choreography since 1975. Their dancing, combined with the wonderful musical stylings of the Flying Haggis Show Band combine for one of the best shows Folklorama has to offer. 

Don’t miss out!

Purchase your tickets online at: (ticket purchases not available yet)


Guest Pipe Band Schedule

Between mainstage shows, head to the courtyard under the tent to see a different guest pipe band each night! They play following the first and second shows at 7:30 & 9 pm.

Sun, Aug   
Mon, Aug   
Tues, Aug   
Wed, Aug   
Thur, Aug   
Fri, Aug  
Sat, Aug   

Interactive Cultural Room

Visit our various booths and displays for information and demonstrations on spinning wool into yarn with Deb Stewart & Bronwyn Swanson, tracing your family tree with the Manitoba Genealogical Society, Highland Dancing with the Manitoba Highland Dancers’ Association, learning about the pipes & drums with the Lord Selkirk RFM Pipe Band, participation dancing with the Royal Scottish Country Dancers Society and the Lads & Lasses,  and many more…

Please check the posters in the Cultural Room to confirm the schedule of presentations and booths.

The Scotch Glen

Before you leave, make sure to head down the hall and visit the Scotch Glen. This is so much more than a secondary bar area. Stop by for a lesson on the history, varieties and distilling of Scotch Whisky. You can purchase a full 1 ounce or two 1/2 ounce samples from our selection of fine, aged  Single Malt Scotches, in addition to other beverage options. Feel free to sit and socialize, mingle and visit the nearby Hint of Heather gift shop.

Thank you PMA Canada Ltd for being a Gold Level Sponsor!

Food & Drink Menus

All the food for the Pavilion of Scotland is prepared on site by our volunteers. The main supplier of our menu items, including Haggis, Sausage Rolls, Scotch pies, Scotch Eggs, vegetables and many other ingredients are purchased from Miller’s Super Valu Meats (590 St Mary’s Rd). The pastries come from the bakery at Dakota Family Foods (1099 St Mary’s Rd). **New this year: We are excited to offer 4-packs of Tablet made by Chocolatier Constance Pop! (180 Provencher Blvd)**

Food Menu

** prices include GST**

Large Meal Combo  $20

1 entrée (Haggis, Scotch Pie or Sausage Roll),

1 Potato (mashed or chips) and Gravy, 

2 Vegetables (turnips &/or peas),

1 Dessert  (scone, empire biscuit or shortbread cookie)

*choose a Veggie Pie for a Deluxe Vegetarian Meal*

Small Meal Combo  $15

1 entrée (Haggis, Scotch Pie or Sausage Roll),

1 side dish (turnips, peas, mashed potatoes or chips),

1 Dessert (scone, empire biscuit or shortbread cookie)

*choose a Veggie Pie for Vegetarian Sampler Combo*

Individual Entrée Items $8 each

*Haggis * Scotch Pie *Sausage Roll *Veggie Pie 

Individual Appetizer Item $5 each

*Scotch Egg

*Side Dishes $4 each

* Mashed Potatoes *Peas *Turnips *Chips
add Gravy  $1

Desserts $3 each

* Empire Biscuit *Shortbread cookie * Plain Scone *Raisin Scone

Specialty Dessert $6 per package

* Tablet (4 per package)

Beverage Menu

Pink Ticket:  Single Malt Scotch, Imported Beer, Liqueurs, Imported Gin, Gaelic Coffee

Scotch choices: GlenFiddich Solera 15 yr, Balvenie 12 yr, Tomatin 12 yr, Grant’s Triple Wood, Bowmore 12 yr

Liqueurs: Glayva, Drambuie Gin: Hendricks

Gaelic Coffee: ½ oz Glayva, ½ Drambuie, Coffee, Whip Cream

Blue Ticket:  Domestic Beer, Spirits, Coolers, Wine

Spirits: Forty Creek Rye, Polar Ice Vodka, Captain Morgan Spiced Rum, Captain Morgan White Rum, Grant’s Blended Scotch

Beer: Alexander Keith’s, BudLight Coolers: Mike’s Hard Lemonade Wine:

Orange Ticket:  Irn Bru (Scottish soft drink)

White Ticket:  Non-alcoholic Beer,  Pure Leaf Iced Tea

Non-alcoholic beer – Budweiser Prohibition Pure Leaf Iced Tea – Raspberry or Lemon

Yellow Ticket:  Bottled Pepsi Products (incl Aquafina water), Juice

Pop Flavours – Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Pepsi Zero, 7-Up, Diet 7-Up, Ginger Ale,  Dr Pepper, Diet Dr Pepper, Brisk Iced Tea, Aquafina Water

Bubbly – Cherry, Lime or Blackberry Juice – Apple or Orange

$1.50 (no ticket required):  Coffee, Tea

*Photo ID is required to purchase alcohol. 18 + years only*






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 (coming soon)

Some leadership positions we are still looking for:

Logistics Coordinator
This person is responsible for running for “refill” purchases and other items during the week.  There may be some requirement to fill in at various stations during the week. Needed at the Pavilion from 5:00 to 10:00pm daily, must have access to a vehicle.

Various 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. See specifics below…

Cook (Assistant Kitchen Coordinator)
Required to be at Pavilion daily from 3:00pm to 11:00pm.  Will be supervising, directing and doing 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 assisting with maintaining cash stations, and closing cash at the end of the evening.  There may be required to fill in at admissions, food register  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, covering volunteer 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! 

Highschool students collecting volunteer hours for graduation requirements are welcome. Please bring your paperwork to be signed upon the completion of your shifts.

If you have any questions, or are unable to access the form, please email volunteers_pavilionofscotland@outlook.com

Purchase your tickets online at: https://folklorama.ca


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 –
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 you at the Pavilion of Scotland!

Purchase your tickets online at: (check back for online ticket purchases)

Sunday August 4 to Saturday August 10, 2024


Centro Caboto Center (1055 Wilkes Ave, Winnipeg, MB R3P 2L7)

Our 2024 Coordinators

 Pavilion Co-Coordinators — Bart Omand  & Dave Carey

 Finance & Admissions Coordinator — Audrey Dawson

 Volunteer Coordinator — Dawn Carey

 Health & Safety Coordinator — Dave Carey

 Guest Services Coordinator — Chris Langtry

 Kitchen Coordinator — Lisa Omand

 Bar Coordinator — Colin Salie

Food Line Coordinator – vacant

 Cultural Room Coordinators — Bronwyn Swanson & Deb Stewart

 Gift Shop Coordinator — Diana Simpson

 Bus Tours & VIP Coordinator — Erin Crawford

 Entertainment Coordinator — Megan Rempel

 Mainstage Show Coordinators — Christine Finnbogason & Trent Simpson

 Ena Sutton Dance Director — Christine Finnbogason

 MHDA Dance Coordinator — Tamara Coutu & Kim Stubbe

 Social Media & Marketing Coordinator — Kate Omand

Sponsorship, Fundraising & Advertising Coordinator – Diana Simpson

Logistics Coordinator – Megan Rempel

Who is the Winnipeg Scottish Association?

The Board of Directors is made up of representatives from throughout the
Scottish Community in Manitoba to manage the Pavilion of Scotland each year.

2024 Board of Directors

President: Bart Omand   Vice President: Dave Carey   

Treasurer: Audrey Dawson    MHDA Rep: Lisa Omand   

Ena Sutton Reps: Zoe Brittain, Dawn Carey & Diana Simpson

Members at Large: Jim Court & Keith Rempel

How to Contact Us:

Website: www.pavilionofscotland.ca

Email: scottishassociation@gmail.com   &   volunteers_pavilionofscotland@outlook.com

Facebook: @PavilionofScotland

Instagram: @pavilionofscots

TikTok: @pavilionofscotland