Sponsoring The Indianapolis Scottish Highland Games


RentItToday.com Sponsors the Indianapolis Scottish Highland Games

Indianapolis Scottish Highland Games

On Saturday, October 8, 2011 The Scottish Society of Indianapolis will host the Indianapolis Scottish Highland Games and Festival  at the Latvian Center.  The Festival is scheduled from 9am to 5 pm CST.  Admission is $10, ages 7-12 are $5, and age 6 and under are free. RentItToday.com is pleased to sponsor the event.

A full schedule of athletic events is planned, sanctioned by NASGA–North American Scottish Games Association. There are over 25 Scottish Highland Clans represented at the event.

Scottish Piping Band playing at Indianapolis Highland GamesVisitors will have a chance to enjoy clan tents and learn about the history of some of the ancient Scottish clans and their honorable extended families. There will be a wide variety of vendors, kid friendly activities, and entertaining events. Attendees will have the opportunity to enjoy traditional Scottish foods, free Scotch tasting, live Scottish music from local Celtic bands (Mother Grove, Isaiah’s Cry, Ken McGee), bag-piping, sheep dogs, a youth area, Scottish dancing, and a ceilidh in the evening. Youth Activities, Calling of the Clans, and Opening Ceremonies begin at Noon so mark your calendar now for October 8, 2011!

Rental companies sponsoring the event include MacAllister Machinery, Ace Rent A Car, Aaron’s Rent, and Rent It Today.

About The Indianapolis Scottish Society

The Indianapolis Scottish Society was formed  in 1983 as a place for all people to celebrate Scottish heritage, culture and history . From humble beginnings as a small group meeting in an apartment clubhouse, the organization has grown to over 200 members.

The Scottish Society of Indianapolis does not require its members to prove their Scottish heritage or linage. It seeks those that enjoy and simply love celebrating all things Scottish. The Society has wide diversity in its members, and is composed of genealogists, historians, reactors, pipers, dancers, story tellers and those drawn to the history, heritage and culture of the Scots and Scotland.

For more information on the Indianapolis Scottish Highland Games, please visit their web site or Facebook page.

1 comments
John Imhoff
John Imhoff

Aye, Lad, me very own grandfather was a Scottish immigrant. So had to leave a comment on this post. Read it too late to get to Indianapolis, but will make a note of it for next year.