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Highland Games and
Scottish
 Traditions
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St. Andrews Day

November 30th Scotland celebrates their Patron Saint, St. Andrew.  It is the most important day next to Robbie Burns Night and Hogmany.  Join the Highland Games Association in our own festivities.

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Robbie Burns Night

January 25th Scots celebrate their National Bard, Robbie Burns.  Also called Rabbie Burns, he was a Scottish poet and lyricist.  One of his notable works include Hogmany’s or New Years  Eves  traditional song Auld Lang Syne. 

Following worldwide traditions, the Highland Games Association celebrates Scotlands beloved bard in a big way!  Get tickets early, the dinner is usually sold out!

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Games Day Ceilidh

The Highland Games festivities concludes with a Ceilidh (kay-lee) at the Crown and Anchor with a delicious dinner, prizes and silent auction! A Ceilidh is simply a social gathering. Limited tickets are sold starting in May and go fast.  Contact a board member or email  us with the number of interested tickets. 

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