2019 Heritage Village

Immerse yourself in Scottish culture and craftsmanship.

Highland Cattle


Visit the outdoor and tented displays of Scottish history, culture, and craftsmanship.  Watch practical displays, listen to interesting talks and participate in activities.



Research your Scottish ancestry! Books and DNA kits from www.globalgenealogy.com; virtual reality, green screen, and laptops provided by the Halton Hills Public Library; displays provided by the OGS Wellington County branch; learn from the University of Guelph’s Centre for Scottish Studies! Brought to you by the Ontario Genealogical Society


Whisky Tasting

This was such a success last year! So, we are doing it again! The Whisky Angels are joining us in 2018 to bring you the event you’ve all been asking for… WHISKY TASTINGS! Click here to find out more…

Tea Tent

Tea Tent

Join us for tea and scones and a variety of great musical performances in the shade. A great place to unwind and rest those tired feet after enjoying the activities throughout the festival site!

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The Fergus Scottish Festival is proud to host over 50 Clan Societies, who will help you understand the clan system and your clan in particular. If you are wearing highland dress, you are welcome to participate with your clan.

Our honoured chieftain this year, the Right Honourable Lord Lyon, looks forward to meeting with all the clan members.

Chief Stephen Edward Dugald MacTavish of Dunardry and his clan invite any individuals in highland dress whose clan is not represented at the festival to join them at their tent and in all festivities.

Outdoor Displays

Highland Cattle

Belted Galloway Cattle

Sheep Shearing


Jacobite Encampment

Under Tents

Visit the Clans Tents

Learn to play the bagpipes with the Pipers and Pipe Band Society of Ontario

Learn to speak Gaelic with The Gaelic Society of Toronto and Gillebride MacMillan

Scottish Storytelling and Historical Talks

Genealogy and DNA Testing with the Ontario Genealogy Society

Weaving, Spinning, Bobbin Lace Making, Quilting – Live demonstrations and craftsmanship

Whisky Tasting

Tea Tent

Talk with Scottish Societies and Groups – Visit with the St Andrew’s Society of Toronto, the Gaelic Society, Guelph University Scottish Studies Group, Clans and Scottish Societies of Canada (CASSOC).

Best Clan Trophy Winners from Previous Years

2018 Fraser

2017 Logan

2015 MacNeil