It was bitter cold outside and so windy the doors of the Valley Forge Casino and Resort sometimes opened by themselves, but inside the music–equal parts Scottish and Irish–kept everyone warm and snug and happy. Every years, Bill and Karen Reid’s Midwinter Scottish and Irish Festival provides a welcome respite for those who love Celtic culture and hate Arctic weather.
There were lines for beer and lines for haggis, the fish and chips ran out by early afternoon, and more than a few people were getting measured for kilts (at more than $400 a pop!). We could tell you more, but we took about 70 photos and a did a compilation video where you might see yourself if you were there.If you weren’t there, you might kick yourself. Well, there’s always next year.