Fri September 27, 2013
The Celtic Heritage Discovery Passport
This month’s Celtic Cultural Minute has been featuring information about the educational activities available at this year’s Celtic Classic; running September 27th through the 29th at the Historic Industrial Quarter in downtown Bethlehem.
This next item may be of particular interest to Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts in our listening area.
All kids that some to the Celtic Classic may be interested in a brand new and fun way to learn more about Celtic heritage and culture AND receive a cool activity patch in the process. The Celtic Heritage Discovery Passport is a fun way to do just that. This passport will transport participants to different areas of the festival where they will find the answers to questions in their passport booklet. Once they have answered all the questions in the booklet, they return the completed passport to the Children’s Activity Tent to receive your patch.
Passports and patches will be available on Saturday and Sunday only, when activities are available in the Heritage Hollow.
We are delighted inform you that this activity was designed and led by one of the Celtic Cultural Alliance’s long standing youth volunteer, Amelia Sapirman, who has given countless hours of energy to the project, and well as years of service with her family to the Celtic Cultural Alliance. It is also with the support of the Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania and the Gold Star Award, that makes this opportunity available for girls and boys this year. We are very proud of Amelia and are proud to support her work.
More information can be found on the website at celticfest.org For the Celtic Cultural Alliance, I’m Silagh White. Slainte!