San Diego Scottish Highland Games | Clan MacFarlane Hospitality Tent | Vista, California, USA
Are you ready to spend an unforgettable weekend with your Clan MacFarlane family? Then join us in the Clan MacFarlane Hospitality Tent at the San Diego Scottish Highland Games, where we’ll be celebrating everything MacFarlane! Hosted by Southern California Commissioner Diana MacFarlane. Diana will be waiting for you with refreshments and a few stories about the history of your kith and kin.
Our tent is the perfect place to connect with your fellow clan members and relax with fine Scottish hospitality.
About The San Diego Scottish Highland Games
Get ready for a weekend of Scottish tradition, music, and sport at Brengal Park in Vista, CA! This annual event brings together athletes, musicians, and dancers from all over Southern California to compete in traditional Scottish events.
Witness the raw strength and skill of the athletes as they toss the caber, heave the hammer, and throw the weight for distance. Marvel at the agility and grace of the Highland dancers, as they perform intricate footwork and spins in their colorful kilts. And don’t forget the music, as bagpipers, drummers, and fiddlers fill the air with the stirring sound of Scottish tunes.
But the San Diego Scottish Highland Games are more than just a sporting event. They’re a celebration of Scottish culture and heritage, with plenty of opportunities to learn and experience it all. Visit the Clan tents to connect with your Scottish roots and learn about the different clans and their histories. Try your hand at traditional Scottish crafts, such as weaving or spinning wool. And of course, there’s plenty of delicious Scottish cuisine to sample, from savory haggis to sweet shortbread cookies.
So mark your calendars and get ready for an unforgettable weekend at the San Diego Scottish Highland Games. Whether you’re Scottish by blood or simply Scottish at heart, you’re sure to have a great time at this celebration of all things Scottish!
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