The Games Are Back
June 11, 2022!
May 28, 2022 – Online registration is now closed for the Highland Dance Competition but we are still accepting late registrations. Contact Janette Watt: Janettefirstname.lastname@example.org
May 3, 2022 – Sponsorship Spots still available!
February 2022 – We are beyond excited to get back to the fairgrounds! As one of the largest community events in Georgetown, we are encouraging all current and new sponsors to give your support as either a Premier Event Sponsor or a General Games Sponsor. Join us for this monumental post-pandemic event!
January 2022 update – The Board of Directors and volunteers of the Georgetown Highland Games Association and the Town of Halton Hills continue to meet and plan for our event on June 11, 2022 while monitoring ongoing COVID-19 developments. We look forward to seeing all of our competitors, sponsors and friends of the games in June. Stay safe…!
Highland Dancing: Become a part of one of the largest highland dancing competitions in Canada and be one of over 300 dancers to compete during the day!
Dancing Competition begins at 8:30 am. Massed Highland Fling and Morning Awards after opening ceremonies and opening Massed Bands. Highland Dancing Awards Presentations at 5:00 pm.
– Printable PDF
– Online Registration is now closed
Piping Competition: PPBSO Pipe Band Competitions – Grades 1-5. More…
Massed Bands: The Most Amazing Event of the Day! The “Massed Pipes & Drums” with “A 1,000 Pipers & All” joining together to play pipe tunes that will stir the heart & soul. More…
Heavy Athletics: Crowd pleasing displays of strength and agility featuring the Scottish Hammer, Stone Putt, Caber Toss and more…
Children’s Activities: From jumpy castles to jumping sheep, there are many children’s activities to keep the wee ones entertained throughout the day. More…
Gathering of the Clans: Visit the clan village to learn about the history of the Scottish Clans…. More…
– Clan Registration Form
Fraser Highlanders: Join the 78th Fraser Highlanders York Garrison for a Historical Regimental Reinactment
Treasurer, Gary Cunningham, is shown providing a $ 1,000 donation to the Acton Food share. Gary and Director of Concessions , Tim Dixon, are shown providing a $ 1,000 donation to the Georgetown Bread Basket.