It’s your last opportunity to take advantage of Mosaic.
All 17 pavilions open at 2 p.m. and close at midnight Saturday.
Pavilions like Scotland, which has moved locations this year from the Tartan Curling Club to The Owl at the University of Regina. Dressed in a kilt, Ray Smith aims to teach us a little about the country.
“The Scots invented everything. We invented penicillin, we invented the telephone, we invented plastic raincoats. Our national food is the haggis and our national music is the bagpipe,” he said with enthusiasm.
Peter McGloin wants to educate people about his country, Ireland. At the Irish pavilion, he said his homeland isn’t just Blarney Stones and leprechauns.
“Probably one of the biggest passions in Ireland is our Gaelic Games, Gaelic football and hurling is probably our primary sports even more so than soccer or rugby,” he said at a table with a screen running video highlights of the sports for those unfamiliar.
Guinness isn’t usually the drink of choice in Ireland either according to McGloin. Instead, it’s Bailey’s. But for those that still love the dry Irish stout, don’t worry, it’s available at the pavilion.
Remember, Mosaic has a transit service that travels around to every pavilion through various routes. Buses leave from the Double Tree by Hilton.