President’s Message

Welcome to the Cambridge Scottish Festival

Our organizing committee has had a very busy year and we are looking forward to welcoming you all at the 2017 Cambridge Scottish Festival!

On Friday July 14th, we will be holding our annual concert at Cambridge City Hall, 50 Dickson Street  (7:00–11:00pm). Our concert will include a variety of Celtic entertainment including Stringymajig, the Piper in the Burg, Steel City Rovers, the E-Bolt Music Band and Benjamin Dakota Rogers. Best of all, in honour of Canada's 150th Anniversary, this event will be FREE. 

On Saturday July 15th, the gates for our Games open at 8:00. Our main attractions include world class Piping and Drumming, Highland dancing, Heavy events and Pipe Band competitions. Also included in the price of admission are  Highland cattle, Clans, Genealogy, and antique cars. Our Children’s Glen is a favourite place to visit with many interactive events including the Children’s Tug of War and Caber Toss, the bouncy castle, slide and train that will entertain your children along with. Patrons Program

Our welcoming ceremonies will begin at noon with the introductions of our special guests and Clan Chieftain. Included in the opening ceremonies will be the parade of the Clans, the massed Scottish fling and first massed pipe bands of the day. The closing ceremonies will be held at 5:30 with the final massed bands and the award ceremony of the pipe band competitions.

We had tried to, not only have world class competition from individual piping, drumming, pipe bands, dancers and heave events, we are striving to make our Festival a truly family affair where there is something for everyone.

I wish you all the best at our festival.

Duncaun McLeod
President, Cambridge Scottish Festival

Phone 519-740-4681 ext #7927
Mail 491 Edenvalley Cres, Waterloo, On., N2T 1Y4

About Cambridge Scottish Festival

Highland Games have been taking place for hundreds of years. Originally, these events were organized to keep men in good physical condition so that they were prepared in times of war. Throughout the years, the Highland Games became a great way to spend time with family, enjoy the pipes and drums as well was compete in competitions. Today, we keep that part of Scottish heritage alive and well.

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Event Address:

 200 Christopher Drive, Cambridge, ON N1R 4S4

Mailing Address:

 Mail 491 Edenvalley Cres, Waterloo, On., N2T 1Y4

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