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Articles, interviews, photos and schedules related to Highland Games activities.
Highland games are festivals held throughout the year in Scotland and many other countries of the world as a way of celebrating Scottish and Celtic culture and heritage, especially that of the Scottish Highlands. Almost all of the Games feature the kilt, bagpipes, Highland dancing, and Scottish athletic events.
Photo: An example of a sporran. The sporran is perhaps the most neccesary kilt accessories and is used to carry a variety of items, such as car keys, wallet, etc, in the absence of pockets on the kilt.
- Teresa Unkrur, drum major with the Tacoma Scots Pipe Band
- Cathy McWilliams, kiltmaker from Puyallup, Washington
- Heather Richendrfer, Director of the Clan Heather Dancers school of Highland dancing
- Robert MacNeil, President of the British Columbia Pipers Association
- Jeremiah Strand, professional Highland athlete
- Jack Lee on Piobaireachd
- Josh Amos of NeoKilt™
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This Week in Scottish HistoryEdit
- August 28, 1296 Edward I of England held a parliament at Berwick to which he summoned all Scottish landholders to sign the Ragman Roll.
- August 28, 1413 Pope Benedict XIII ratified the founding of St. Andrews University.
- September 1, 1644 Battle of Tippermuir, in which the Marquis of Montrose defeated the Covenanters
Schedule of Highland GamesEdit
Games by month
Games by Place
- United States
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Article topics (Root categories)Edit
- Highland games
- Highland athletics
- Pipes and drums
- Clan societies
- Highland dancing
- Highland dress
- Gaelic language
- History and culture
- Land and geography
- Scottish farm