Celtic Celebration in Belfast 

Call it the luck of the irish.Sunny skies helped lured crowds to Belfast this weekend for the 3rd annual Maine Celtic Celebration.The three day event featured all kinds of celtic fun and games, including a Kilted Run and Row, Cod Toss Relay, Mud Flats Tug O War and the famous National Cheese Roll competition, which organizers say drew a crowd of about two thousand.The waterfront festival also included Irish music and dancing, as well as storytelling.Belfast, Maine is named after Belfast, Ireland, and a number of Celtic descendants live in and around the area.Sunday morning featured a true Celtic tradition- the Highland Heavy games.13 people participated in the games, including one woman as well as a 17-year old.Most were from Maine.