The Alaskan Scottish Club is a non-profit organization established to promote the Scottish culture, heritage and teachings to the people of Alaska. We achieve this through events, workshops, concerts and other social gatherings in Alaska throughout the year. Visit alaskanscottish.org for more information.
The Gaelic word for “Clan” is children, but is best translated as “family.” Originally, each clan was made up of the descendants of one man and his children. Today, a Clan is a social group that comprises a number of families derived from, or accepted as being derived from, a common ancestor. Almost without exception, that core is accompanied by an added number of dependent and associated families who have either sought the protection of the clan at some point in history or have been tenants or vassals of its chief.
In addition to the VIP parking pass, complimentary 2-day event tickets for two (2) Clan representatives, Friday afternoon Ceilidh, and participation in the Opening and Closing Ceremonies, registered Clans will also receive:
- A dedicated space for your tent (12’ x 12’);
- Option to display representation of your clan in lieu of a tent at the Clan Hall;
- A special introduction during the Opening Ceremonies;
- Awards for the “Best Tent/Display” and “Best Show;"
- An optional 3-5min slot on the stage to share information about your Clan, Family or Society.
A fund has been established in order join the ranks of our more prestigious counterparts across the country, and to promote the growth of our own event. It belongs to the Families, Clans, and Societies who participate in our annual Gathering to provide support for the Great Hall, awards, and communal needs. A flat $15.00 registration cost includes everything detailed above.
Due to COVID-10 Mitigation plans, there will not be an official parade of Clans this year, but each will be given the spotlight and introduction at opening ceremonies.
Does my registration include tickets to the Games?: Yes, Each registered Family, Clan or Society will receive two complimentary 2-Day tickets. Additional tickets are available at a discounted price in advance.
Is there power available for my tent? Yes, Depending on your tent location, electrical hook up may be available for a $35 fee. This can be paid during registration or on site.
I will have a Clan dignitary or Chief present, what do I need to do to ensure a proper introduction at the Opening Ceremonies? Please contact the Clan Gathering Lead no later than May 20, 2021 with their full name and a brief biography.
Can I bring my dog? Sorry, but your furry friends will have to stay home, for their safety, dogs are NOT allowed on the Alaska State Fairgrounds at any time. This includes leaving them in cars or campers.
Questions regarding clan participation and requests for additional information may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org
Date & Time
Jun 26, 2021 8:00 AM - Jun 27, 2021 6:00 PM
Alaska Scottish Highland Games
2075 Glenn Highway, Palmer, Alaska, 99645, United States