The Kenyon Agricultural Society and Glengarry Highland Games are proud to present the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Musical Ride. A Canadian tradition since 1876, a troop of 32 scarlet coated “Mounties” on majestic black horses present a 30 minute show of intricate figures and cavalry drills choreographed to music.Read More
As the Saturday evening sun glistened on the pipes and drums of 1449 pipers and drummers playing Scotland the Brave to the overflowing and enthusiastic crowd, the 2018 Glengarry Highland Games came to a close. With the last notes fading on the air, the crowd cheered not only for the bands’ breathtaking performance but also for the memory of another wonderful Games and celebration of all things Scottish.Read More
All over Glengarry the spare rooms are being aired, the welcome mats are out and everyone is getting ready to welcome friends and family home for another edition of the Glengarry Highland Games on August 3 & 4 in Maxville, Ontario. Christmas might be missed, Thanksgiving can be given a pass but thousands each year make sure they are home for the Games this weekend. Competitors from across Canada and the United States are already on their way with Maxville their destination and a winning medal their goal.Read More
When the Glengarry Highland Games come to mind, it brings images of colour and pageantry with 1500 pipers and drummers, of grace and skill with the highland dancers, and of thrilling feats of strength with the heavyweights. Overlaid on all of that are the rousing tunes of Glengarry’s great celtic bands.
The Games are all that and more. On August 3 and 4, the grounds of the Kenyon Agricultural Society in Maxville will be bursting with wall-to-wall activities that feature something for every age and interest.Read More
For centuries wherever highland games have been held, competitions take place in piping and drumming, highland dancing and the heavyweights. First held as tests of strength and agility among male competitors, modern Games have grown to include female athletes as well. The Glengarry Highland Games on August 3rd and 4th will proudly present some of the finest exhibitions of the best in these events.Read More
The temperatures are soaring, the skies are sunny, and summer just keeps getting better. All are signs that the Glengarry Highland Games are right around the corner. Across North America, plans are being made for travel to Maxville on August 3 & 4th for the 71st edition of this premier highland event. With all of the hard work of the Games committees to prepare, everyone will be pleased with this year’s lineup of events and attractions.Read More
As the days fly by heading into this year’s edition of the Games, it’s time to announce the Grand Prize Winner of this year’s 'Where is Glengarry Scot?' photo contest. The winner of two Bronze Patrons passes to this year’s Games is…Read More
Have you been delaying purchasing your 2018 Patron Package? In order to be recognized by having your name published in our souvenir program you must order your Patron Package before midnight (end of day), July 6, 2018.Read More
The 2018 Glengarry Highland Games are approaching quickly and we are now in the last week of Early Bird sales. On July 1, 2018 admission prices will increase by $2.00 per day to $25.00, and Up The Glens Kilt Run registration will increase by $5.00 to $50.00. Grandstand seats are still available for both Friday and Saturday. You can purchase your admission and grandstand tickets from our website today and be ready for the Games!Read More
Saturday grandstand tickets will be available for sale to the public starting Friday, May 11, 2018 at midnight. Thank you for your patience during this delay as we adapt to our new ticketing system.Read More
We have two months of "Where’s Glengarry Scot?" photos to show you this month. Our Glengarry Highland Games logo seems to be popping up everywhere around the world. Keep up the good work everyone and keep sending us your photos. We will accept photos for the last round until May 22 so everyone can take some great long weekend shots wearing the Games t-shirt. Let’s give this last set of photo the theme of Celebrating Spring.
Now, here are our winners…
The Glengarry Highland Games are proud to announce that the 2018 Guest of Honour will be Captain Robert (Bob) Pearson.
Thirty-five years ago this summer, Canada had its own Miracle on the Hudson when Captain Robert (Bob) Pearson brought his Air Canada Boeing 767 to a safe landing in Gimli, Manitoba.Read More
We’re now less than 3 months away from the 71st Glengarry Highland Games and tickets are available!
This year we’ve moved to using Eventbrite to sell many of our tickets. When you purchase through Eventbrite you will receive your tickets by email. You can also follow the link in the email you receive after your purchase to download the Eventbrite app to have all your tickets on your smartphone.Read More
Francis Drouin, Member of Parliament for Glengarry-Prescott-Russell, has organized a special event and all profits are being donated to The Glengarry Highland Games. Pints & Pipes will held at Heart & Crown in the ByWard Market on the evening of April 25, 2018.
This will be a fun opportunity to get together with fellow Games supporters and enjoy an evening of entertainment in Ottawa!Read More
We're already approaching the middle of April! Get your photos submitted if you want to enter this round in our 'Where is Glengarry Scot?' photo contest. Each round the winning entry receives a pair of admission tickets to the 2018 Glengarry Highland Games.
We will accept photos for this round until Sunday, April 15, 2018.Read More