A full spectrum of events will be offered at our Games. Clan and Society tents, quality vendors, pipe bands, athletic competitions, Highland Dancing competition, and EUSPBA sanctioned solo piping and drumming will be offered, in addition to Scottish musical entertainment, sheep dog demonstrations, and special children’s athletic events where all participants can wear a kilt provided by us.


Schedule of Events
Friday, October 6
Visit Historic Laurinburg and Scotland County  - Click Here
Visit the Scottish Heritage Center at St. Andrews University  - Click Here


3:00 p.m.  --  Whisky Tasting and Gathering
     Storytelling Arts Center of the SE. , 131 S. Main Street, Laurinburg
     Advanced registration required


Sponsors and Clans Reception
William Henry Belk Student Center
St. Andrews University
6:00 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.



Saturday, October 7
North Carolina Rural Heritage Center - the Grounds of the John Blue House
13040 X-Way Road, Laurinburg, NC


8:00 a.m.  --  Field opens to the public


8:30 a.m.  --  Competitions begin in Solo Piping, Drumming, Highland Dance,
and Scottish Athletic Events


10:30 a.m.  --  Sheep Dog Demonstration


10:45 a.m.  --  Opening Ceremony Assembly


11:00 a.m.  --  Opening Ceremonies
Massed Pipe Bands
Parade of Tartans
(Main Field ) 


11:45 a.m.  --  Competitions resume in Solo Piping and Drumming, Highland
Dance and Scottish Athletics

12:00 noon - 4:00 p.m.

Entertainment Stage Performances
Scottish Athletic Competitions
Clan Tents
Children’s Games

1:30 p.m.  --  Sheep Dog Demonstration


1:30 p.m.  --  Pipe Band Competition Begins
(north side of field near cabins)


4:00 p.m.  --  Entertainment Stage Close


5:00 p.m. (approximate)  --  Closing Ceremonies and Awards Presentationson the Main Field


8:00 p.m.

Piping Concert

Gold Medalist Dr. Angus Mac Donald from Braes Portee Skye

Morris Morgan Theater, St. Andrews University


Sunday, October 8

11:00 a.m. Kirkin’ of the Tartans Worship Service,

Historic Old Laurel Hill Presbyterian Church

15301 McFarland road, Laurinburg, NC 28352

(Founded in 1797 by Highlanders)