The Scotland, Ct. Highland Festival & Games will be held on Sunday, October 9th, 2022. Our gates will open at 9am for visitors to wander throughout the vendors, band area, watch the Celtic Dance competitions and also the Highland Games. PLEASE take note, NO dogs or other pets are allowed on our grounds or parking areas so PLEASE leave your pets at home:):)
That all being said, our opening ceremonies will not take place until 12 Noon on the Main field. Our gates will close at 5pm. WE do offer parking close to the festival grounds BUT you will be parking in corn and hay fields which have been mowed down as close as possible. WE offer FREE shuttle bus services from the Sayles School in Baltic, CT and also across the street from the Scotland Fire House at 47 Brook Road, Scotland, Ct. Masks are suggested in any enclosed areas and when ever you feel you should wear one. We will do all we can to host a safe and family orientated festival & games. We ask that you also help us in this endeavor and give yourself and others space, follow all CDC guidelines.
This past year has been tough for so many, for so many reasons. During this time many of us have lost loved ones. If you would like the name of a loved one read during the Flowers of the Forest please send us a note, a text to tell us his or her name and possible Clan affiliation. Our e mail is : email@example.com or text me at 860 917 5064. Thank you, take care and we will see everyone very soon.
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This event may be recorded so please be aware that by participating or spectating today, your face, voice and likeness may appear in media and future advertising and promotions by the Highland Festival Association of Scotland, Ct. Inc. and it's affiliates. By entering this Festival's grounds, you are granting permission.
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists in any public place where people are present. COVID-19 is an extremely contagious disease that can lead to severe illness and death. Guests should attend only after evaluating their own health risks. Your entry onto the grounds of the Waldo Home Estate, Scotland Connecticut Historical Society, and the Scotland Connecticut Highland Festival & Games constitutes your understanding of these risks, and you voluntarily assume such risks related to exposure to COVID-19. The Scotland Connecticut Historical Society, The Waldo Home Estate and the Scotland Connecticut Highland Festival & Games cannot be held liable if you contract COVID-19. Help protect yourself by following safety protocols, and state and local public health recommendations and mandates.
WE are now offering a discounted advance ticket sales.
Please feel free to click on the link below, this should open up the link for the Scotland Connecticut Highland Festival Advanced ticket sales which are sold at a reduced price of the Gate price. For any issues pertaining to the on line ticket sales, please contact Bonnie Banks at 860 222 5622
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PLEASE continue to follow our web page and Facebook page for further updates. WE HOPE to see everyone at our Waldo Road, Scotland, Ct. Festival grounds on Sunday, October 9th, 2022. Stay safe & healthy:)
We were honored to host a on-line concert with Charlie Zahm and Tadd Marks. Below is the link to our 2020 Christmas Concert for all to watch.
We offer an advance ticket sales (at a reduced price).
Please note that you must print out your tickets at the time that you have placed your order or down load them onto your cellphone.
Just click this link below to make your purchase, Thank you:):) https://httpsscotlandgamesorg.ticketleap.com/scotlandgames/
If you encounter a problem please contact Bonnie Banks at 860-222-5622, thank you.
The date is approaching and we’re already making preparations. Don’t miss out!