If you have lost a loved one, a fellow clans person and you would like their name read during the Flowers of the Forest we invite you to submit their names for the Flowers of the Forest remembrance by email to email@example.com. The deadline for submissions is Oct. 8, 2020. Names will be read at the opening ceremonies.
WE would also like to thank Dan Taggart, Pipe Major of the Clan Ross Band in Lebanon, CT for playing the Flowers of the Forest on his bagpipes through out the years for us.
The festival address is 96 Waldo Road, Scotland, CT 06264. Waldo Road is closed to traffic before the 9:00 am start of the festival. On-site parking access to the Waldo Homestead is via Murphy Hill Road or Plains Road, Scotland. You may also view the event sitemap here: https://scotlandgames.org/location/.
We have provided a satellite map of the Brook Road shuttle parking lot in relation to the Waldo Homestead Event area for your convenience. Interactive driving directions may be obtained here: https://scotlandgames.org/location/. Local traffic patterns are affected during the games. Signage will direct you to the appropriate gate and parking.
PLEASE NOTE that the parking areas on Waldo Road next to the festival site are both hay fields and corn fields that were recently harvested. We have mowed down the crops as close to the ground as possible to help make it a bit easier walking and driving through.
The GPS address for the festival is 96 Waldo Road, Scotland, Ct. PLEASE NOTE that Waldo Rd. is CLOSED to A:: traffic starting at 0900 A.M. until 5 P.M.
The free shuttle bus parking lots are as follows;
Across from the Scotland, CT. Volunteer Fire Department is at 47 Brook Road, Scotland, CT 06264.
Free shuttle bus service from the paved parking area of the Sayles School, 25 Scotland Road, Baltic, Ct. 06330.