The Gaelic word ceilidh (kay-lay) means 'visit'. A ceilidh was originally a social gathering in the house after the day's work was over, enlivened with storytelling, music and song. These days, a ceilidh means an evening of traditional Scottish entertainment including music, song and dance. To find one, check the village noticeboard, or just ask at the local pub; visitors are always welcome to join in.