Sacramento Valley Games

April 26, 2014
Yolo County Fairgrounds, Woodland, CA, USA

Experience traditions of the Scottish Highlands! Two days of Celtic music and dance, heavy athletics, history, genealogy, Clans and cuisine at the Yolo County Fairgrounds. Saturday night Ceilidh. Non-stop entertainment includes the Wicked Tinkers, Molly�s Revenge, Men of Worth, Culann’s Hounds, Scottish fiddlers, Celtic harps, and (of course) top-notch bagpipe and drum bands.

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Sacramento Valley Games

April 23, 2010
Yolo County Fairgrounds, Woodland, CA, USA

134th Anniversary Sacramento Valley Scottish Games & Festival Yolo County Fairgrounds * Woodland, CA April 24th and 25th, 2010 Scottish Games & Festival doors open at 9 a.m.

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TIP OF THE DAY
When tuning a pipe corps, do three or four at a time (depending how long it takes) and get the others to blow their pipes back up to pitch prior to tuning them.
Richard Parkes, P-M Field Marshal Montgomery

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