Two days of competition bestow a variety of dance caliber. Pre-Premier, Restricted Premier and Premier National competitions take place on Friday. On Saturday you will be witness to World Champions, North American, Canadian and Ontario dancers as they showcase their best in dancing at the Glengarry Highland Games Open Championship. Cash awards to 6th place were recently added to this prominent Championship event.
The 69th Annual Glengarry Highland Games bids you a Hundred Thousand welcomes! Spectators and competitors alike can expect to enjoy the very best of what this successful event has to offer.
Once again we are pleased to be presenting the “John Angus Carther Trophy” in two separate categories; the Champion with the highest combined points and the S.D.& G. dancer with the highest combined points.
As well, the "Leslie J. Clark Trophy" will be awarded to the “Dancer of the Day” in the Restricted Premier category. (Friday)
The Glengarry Highland Games looks forward to having you share in a spectacular weekend of Scottish tradition.
Offical Opening Massed Highland Fling
All dancers wishing to participate in the mass fling during the Official Opening must resent themselves at the North-West end of the grandstand between C and D section no later than 11:30 am.
All dancers must be fluent in a 6 Step Highland Fling.
All dancers must be dressed in appropriate kilted attire and be participating in the Glengarry Highland Games either as a competitor or performer
All dancers from area Schools of Dance must be accompanied by an instructor or by a designated assistant. Parents must remain in the grandstand/at their seats except for drop-off and pick-up.
Entry and Contact Information
Entry forms will be mailed to teachers upon request. A downloadable version of the 2016 entry form is also available.