Bill Baber’s Handmade Scottish Boutique Collection

Bill Baber’s Handmade Scottish Boutique Collection

Bill Baber's Handmade Scottish Boutique Collection Meet the newest additions to Donegal Square’s women’s collection: original Scottish knitwear from Edinburgh’s Bill Baber Knitwear. This boutique calls Old Town Edinburgh home and has been producing beautiful handmade...

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Blue Frogs Company: Custom Celtic Wood Carvings

Blue Frogs Company: Custom Celtic Wood Carvings

Blue Frogs Company: Custom Celtic Wood Carvings  Amongst the most beautiful items we carry at Donegal Square are our Blue Frogs Celtic Carvings. Stunning wall hangings of celtic symbology carved from real mahogany wood, each piece is crafted one at a time and...

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Celtic Classic and the Braemar Gathering

Celtic Classic and the Braemar Gathering

Celtic Classic and the Braemar Gathering Muiskfest hath ended. And now, here at Donegal Square and McCarthy’s Red Stag Pub, we have our eyes set on the next great festival in the city of Bethlehem- CELTIC CLASSIC! This festival is a weekend of celtic fun- featuring...

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Musikfest: Bethlehem’s 10 Day Music Festival

Musikfest: Bethlehem’s 10 Day Music Festival

LET’S ‘FEST, LADS AND LASSIES! It is the most anticipated two weeks of the year. Besides Christmas, it is the city of Bethlehem’s claim to fame. It is time for MUSIKFEST! “The Best Music Festival in North America” according to USA Today, and certainly the largest,...

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LUGHNASADH

LUGHNASADH

Another month, another celtic ritual! Welcome, lads and lassies, to today’s Celtic history lesson. This month of August marks the pagan holiday Lughnasadh (pronounced Loo-NAS-ah), also known as Lammas. This feast day is in and of itself a feast of history, folklore,...

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Orangemen’s Day: The Orange and the Green

Orangemen’s Day: The Orange and the Green

Orangemen's Day: The Orange and the Green As the 12th of July approaches, we at Donegal Square reflect on Irish history and what “The Twelfth” means to us.  “The Twelfth'' is known as “Orangemen’s Day”. But...what is Orangemen’s Day? Some of you reading this may know...

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The Fourth of July Celtic Descent

The Fourth of July Celtic Descent

Happy 4th of July, lads and lasses! Every year, we celebrate the signing of the Declaration of Independence as a pivotal moment in our nation’s history. As a nation of immigrants, that history has been shaped by millions of influential figures from all over the world....

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Bloomsday: Tribute to James Joyce

Bloomsday: Tribute to James Joyce

BLOOMSDAY Ireland is home to some of the greatest creative minds in the history of the Western World. I’m talkin’ Oscar Wilde, Samuel Beckett, and William Butler Yeats, just to name a few. The legendary Irishman I would like to tell you about today is named James...

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St John’s Eve: Bonfires & Lore

St John’s Eve: Bonfires & Lore

ST JOHN’S EVE  Tonight is the night, beloved readers! Tonight is St John’s Eve. For those of you who are not familiar with this Celtic tradition, today’s post will equip you with all the knowledge needed to recreate your own St. John’s Eve, if you so choose. Get ready...

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