Central Virginia Celtic Festival & Highland Games Coming to Richmond Raceway Complex October 20-21
Event Proceeds Will Benefit Local Charities
The Central VA Celtic Festival & Highland Games feature dance, live music, competitions and gathering of clans
The Celtic festivities and Highland games Richmonders love are coming to the Richmond Raceway Complex, October 20-21. The Central Virginia Celtic Festival & Highland Games feature the traditional dance, live music, Highland games competitions, gathering of clans and vendors that have graced the area for decades.
The two-day festival, which will be fun for the whole family to enjoy, benefits three non-profits: the Cullather Brain Tumor & Quality of Life Center, Children’s Hospital Foundation and Richmond International Raceway Cares, in conjunction with The NASCAR Foundation.
Advance tickets for the Central Virginia Celtic Festival & Highland Games are $15 (one-day ticket) and $25 (two-day ticket) and can be purchased online by clicking here or by calling 866-455-7223. Single-day tickets at the gate are $20. Dogs are permitted with a donation and ticketed adult.
Click here for additional information on the Central Virginia Celtic Festival & Highland Games.
About the Cullather Brain Tumor & Quality of Life Center:
The Cullather Center is a non-profit, free-of-charge resource center with an emphasis on quality of life. Our nurse-run facility provides practical help for coping with this life-altering condition, filling in where traditional services lack.
The Center is conveniently located at 5875 Bremo Rd., Suite 108, in the South Medical building at St. Mary's Hospital. We are open 8:00am to 4:30pm, Monday-Friday. Patients can work one-on-one with registered nurse, Dr. Sherry Fox, or with our patient advocate, Cathy Willis, regardless of where they are being treated for their tumor.
Through an innovative collaboration between Bon Secours St. Mary’s Hospital and the renown Preston Robert Tisch Brain Tumor Center at Duke University, patients are able to tap into the extensive experience and resources of both facilities, without having to leave Richmond.
About Children’s Hospital Foundation:
Children’s Hospital Foundation is dedicated to funding and advocating for pediatric initiatives that improve the status of health care and the quality of life for children in our region. The Foundation provides support for the programs and initiatives of Children’s Hospital of Richmond at VCU and the children it serves each year, as well as other pediatric health care programs in the community.
Whether it is time, skills or financial support, the gifts of the community are truly what enable Children’s Hospital Foundation to continue our mission of supporting children and families in the area.About Richmond International Raceway Cares:
Richmond International Raceway Cares is dedicated to assisting charities, causes and events in the Greater Richmond Metropolitan Area that focus on—but are not limited to—youth, education and recreation.
Through The NASCAR Foundation, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, RIR Cares donates racing-related items and offers financial support to assist community outreach programs and other nonprofit charities.RIR Cares strives to help meet the needs of the local area by bettering the community through fundraising opportunities, providing donations and volunteering time and effort for local worthy causes. RIR Cares aim to improve the quality of life for the residents in and around the Greater Richmond Metropolitan community.
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