Kingston Scottish Festival

May 24, 2014
Rideau Acres Campground, 1014 Cunningham Rd Kingst, Canada

A fun independently run Highland Games, complete with Highland Dancing, Piping and Drumming solo events and of course a Pipe Band competition. Free admission, $5.00/car parking.

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Kingston Scottish Festival

May 25, 2012
Kingston, Ontario, Canada

This year KSF features Amateur Solo Piping & Drumming, Professional Solo Drumming, Pipe Band events from grade 5 to grade 1 and Highland Dancing Competitions. The day also includes a Kids Zone, Vendors, Food and Beer Tent. Free admission. Visit the website for more details and to register online.

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Kingston Scottish Festival

May 27, 2011
Rideau Acres Campground, Kingston, Ontario, Canada

Amateur solo & pipe band competitions, highland dancing events, PPBSO Champion Surpreme Points for Solo piping & drumming.

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