Immerse yourself in Scottish culture and craftsmanship.
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! More information…
Visit the Ontario Genealogical Society for genealogy and DNA testing while you roam through the Avenue of the Clans and learn about your family history!
Courtesy of Comolea Farms, Grand Valley. Highlands are one of the oldest breeds of cattle dating back hundreds of years; come visit these beautiful animals!
New this year! The Angels Must Be Drunk are joining us in 2018 to bring you the event you’ve all been asking for… WHISKY TASTINGS! Stay tuned for event details and a link to buy tickets.
2018 Clan Information
Chief Steven MacTavish of Dunardry and the members of his clan would like to welcome all those people (in kilt) whose clans are not represented at the Festival to their tent and to join in their activities.
2018 Heritage Village
Visit an authentic 1745 Jacobite encampment – The living-history re-enactors will present a Patrol Camp of the ‘Army of King James’, the loyal forces that rallied to the support of Bonnie Prince Charlie during the Jacobite Rising of 1745-46. Throughout the weekend, the company will patrol the Village, confront potential traitors, and encourage the local citizens to support the Jacobite cause.
Weaving, Spinning, Bobbin Lace Making, Quilting – Come see the amazing live demonstrations of craftsmanship and ask questions from the experts about all aspects of the fiber arts.
Scottish Storytelling and Historical Talks
Learn to play the bagpipes with the Pipers and Pipe Band Society of Ontario
Learn to speak Gaelic with the Gaelic Society and Gillebride MacMillan
Musical Interludes – performers to be announced
Meet with Visit Scotland – Scotland’s Official Tourist Board