Historic Badin Hardaway Site.
Evidence of the role the Badin area played in shaping indigenous and nomadic societies 10,000-12,000 years ago followed the discovery and management of the Hardaway Site, among the most significant of contemporary archeological finds on the eastern coast of North America.
Among other spear-point styles found in the area, the Hardaway Point has become a renowned discovery that, when paired with the timeline of the Clovis point dictates a remarkable soliloquy of ancient culture in the Carolinas and beyond.
Be sure to RSVP Y'all! This event is free, so bring all your friends. There will be a Celtic Music stage and Celtic Food from vendors and Better Badin!
There will also be tickets available for a Whisky tasting and a 50/50 Raffle! There will be so much going on during the festival, you will be sure to make some memories, learn all about Celtic Heritage, be able to meet the performers, and maybe even find out... your lineage.
"Please join us as we welcome to Badin Scottish Clans, Award Winning Bagpipers and Bagpipe bands, Scottish haggis, Irish Dancers, and Scottish and Irish Musicians."
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Confirmed performers for the Badin Celtic Festival 2017:
Thistledown Tinkers: www.thistledowntinkers.com
Stirling Bridge Band: www.facebook.com/StirlingBridge
Loch Norman Pipe Band: www.lochnormanpipeband.com
Ceol na Gael Irish Pipe Band: www.ceolnagael.com
Rince na h'Eireann Dance Group: www.rincenaheireann.com