Inspiration will be drawn from ancient Celtic traditions when the Beltane Celtic Spring Celebration is held at the Scottish Crannog Centre on Loch Tay in Highland Perthshire.
Loch Tay was home to some of the Celtic peoples, and in early Celtic times, Beltane marked the beginning of summer.
Also known as the Celtic May Day, it officially begins at moonrise on May Day Eve.
It was a time when livestock were put out to pasture and rituals were performed to protect cattle, crops and people from harm and to encourage growth during the summer months.
Bonfires were lit, feasts were prepared and offerings were made.
Flowers were also used to decorate homes, cattle and byres.
Sunday’s celebration at the Crannog Centre will feature storytelling, ceremonial fire and demonstrations.
Visitors are encouraged to bring a blossom along. Wild flowers and foliage will be on hand to create floral crowns to wear.
*Beltane Celtic Spring Celebration, Scottish Crannog Centre, Loch Tay, Perthshire, May 1