|Founder||William T. Newby|
|City named after||Newby’s hometown in Tennessee, which was named after Governor Joseph McMinn|
|Scottish Roots||McMinn family, originally from Perth, Scotland|
|Festival Name||McMinnville Scottish Festival|
|Festival Date||October 7th and 8th, 2023|
|Festival Location||Yamhill County Fairgrounds|
|Burns Supper Date||Saturday, January 28th, 2023|
|Burns Supper Location||McMinnville Grand Ballroom, 325 NE 3rd St, McMinnville, Oregon|
|Burns Supper Details||Traditional Scottish 5-course dinner, poetry readings, music, toasts, no-host bar, raffle, and dessert auction|
|Burns Supper Tickets||$75 per person or $550 per table of 8, special offer for Celtic Heritage Alliance members|
|Burns Supper Dress Code||Semi-formal/Formal attire encouraged but not required|
|Burns Supper Age Limit||21+ only|
At Scottish festivals, people wearing clan crest items may include some or all of the following elements:
- Tartan kilts or other clothing items, such as scarves or sashes, featuring the clan tartan design.
- Clan badges or Cap Badges, which are typically worn on the bonnet (Scottish hat) or lapel and feature the clan crest and motto.
- Clan crest jewelry, such as brooches, large crest pendants, penannulars, mini crest pendants, rings or cufflinks.
- Clan flags or banners, which may be displayed or carried by individuals or groups representing the clan.
- Accessories with clan symbols or motifs, such as kilt pins, patches, sgian dubh with clan crest or keychains.