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Round Hill 96th Annual Highland Games Canceled
June 28, 2020
The Round Hill 96th Annual Highland Games scheduled for Sunday, June 28, 2020 at Lime Rock Park, have been canceled for 2020.
The games offer family fun and festivities for Scots and Scots-At-Heart.
The Games are open to the public, and are held rain or shine. Tickets are $20 for adults ticket and $15 for children. Also military and vets with ID and their families are free. Kids enter for free if they are wearing a kilt and carrying a toy sword or dressed as Merida from the Disney movie “Brave.” All proceeds are collected by the Round Hill organization for benevolence and to preserve Scottish heritage, and to support the Alzheimer’s Association, Connecticut Chapter.
9:00 am – 5:00 pm.
The Round Hill Highland Games are the third oldest games of its type in the United States. Since 2016, the games have been held at Lime Rock Park. The original location was at the estate of Charles A. Moore on Round Hill Road in Greenwich, CT. At that time, they were held on the fourth of July for the estate workers who were mostly Scottish Americans. Since its beginning in 1923, the event has grown in popularity and today, is one of the most anticipated Scottish Highland Games held in the Northeast. Participants and visitors come from all over the country to enjoy the food, fun and festivities.
Experience Scottish heritage through clans, heavy athletes, bands, pipers, drummers and drum majors, and so much more, including:
- Amateur Heavyweight Competitions
- Scottish Food & Drink
- Scottish Merchandise, Jewelry and Clothing
- Clan and Heritage Society Gatherings
- Piping and Drumming Competitions
- Children’s Scottish Sporting Competitions
- Adult Kilted Mile Run
For more information, visit https://limerock.com/scottish-highland-games