Scottish Festival


26th Annual

Columbus Scottish Festival

September 9th and 10th, 2017


Historical Reenactment
Living History Exhibitions

SCA - The Shire of Cuil Choluim

Columbus, Indiana

SCA Fight Photo

The shire is the Columbus based entity of The Society for Creative Anachronism, Inc. (SCA). The avowed purpose of the SCA is the study and recreation of the Middle Ages & Renaissance, its crafts, sciences, arts, traditions, literature, etc. 

The group meets at various times throughout each month, but always on the first Monday at 7 PM, for a general business meeting. Also, there are several Arts and Sciences meetings on the Second and Fourth Wednesdays. The fighters have practice every Sunday afternoon.

For more information please contact the group's Chronicler (secretary) Lady Tangwystl verch Gwilim, of the Shire of Cuil Cholluim, mundanely known as Nancy McWhorter.

Clan Desdin

Clan Destin Photo

Scottish-American Historical Reenactments by CLAN DESDIN, is a non-profit youth mentoring program from Cincinnati Ohio.

Clan Desdin bring 17th and 18th century Scottish and American history to life at living history events, cultural festivals, civic events and at schools by giving cooking demonstrations and first-person presentations on lifestyles, fashions and political views.

Melissa Lohman, Communications Liaison 513-242-8287

Vikings North America


An organization that specializes in Living History Exhibits of European people during the Viking Age (793- 1066). We typically demonstrate period cooking and crafts which will include a combination of leather working, blacksmithing wood working, jewelry making or farm tools. We also have trained warriors who fight with blunted steal weapons and who also man an armoury for audience members to see and feel the weapons and armour up close.

Indiana Society
 Sons of the American Revolution
Color Guard


The Indiana State Sons of the American Revolution Color Guard are members of Indiana chapters of the Sons of the American Revolution. They wear uniforms which their relatives would have worn in the Revolutionary War.