Central Florida Highland Scottish Games return with music, food and traditional athletics
Scotland returns to central Florida this weekend.
The Central Florida Scottish Highlands Games kick off Saturday and Sunday at Central Winds Park in Winter Springs.
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Rain or shine, the games will continue and there will be various events for the guests.
“The history and culture of these events are centuries old and we are honored to represent this legacy at the Scottish Highlands Games in Central Florida. Experience traditional Highland athletics, dance, art, music, culture, food and a Gaelic spirit that we hope will awaken your soul, ”reads the event website .
Want to see someone throw a tree between 100 and 180 pounds? Discover the Caber Toss. How about a traditional bagpipes and drums show? You will have many opportunities to enjoy the performance. Don’t forget to listen to the music live on the two stages offered during the event.
Offsite parking with a free shuttle is available at Winter Springs Elementary School and Foundry Church. Masks are mandatory when using one of the shuttles and masks are voluntary during the event at the park.
You have until Friday morning to buy tickets online in advance. After the online deadline, tickets can still be purchased at the door, which will be available at a higher cost.
Click here for more information.
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