From Steppingstone Farm Museum:
The Celtic Festival at Steppingstone Farm Museum returns June 6th & 7th, Saturday and Sunday from 11am-4pm each day. A local favorite, the Celtic Festival celebrates the culture and traditions of the six Celtic nations in a picturesque setting in the highlands of Harford County overlooking the Susquehanna River. The event is located at 461 Quaker Bottom Rd., Havre de Grace, MD, within Susquehanna State Park.
Don your tartan or touch of green and journey to a place of beauty and tranquility that comes alive with Celtic spirit once a year! Listen for the sound of bagpipes while you watch sheepdogs work in sheep herding demonstrations, tour the artisan shops and the historic farm house exhibits while enjoying live music and dance, vendors of handcrafted and Celtic goods, food and drink, Celtic heritage and Scottish Clan displays, and the best view of any local festival.
Historic craft and trade demonstrations include woodworking, blacksmithing, caning, and lace making. Tour a replica canning house, the display barn, and the new carriage barn display. The museum store will also be open and features items handcrafted by our artisans and everything Made in the USA.
Admission: $10 for adults, children 12 and under free. Activities and Crafts included in the price of admission. Event is rain or shine.
Steppingstone Farm Museum preserves and interprets the rural heritage of Harford County. This fundraiser supports the nonprofit museum in providing educational programs and caring for the 23 acres and 23 structures within Susquehanna State Park.