Our next event will be our Robbie Burns Supper on Wednesday January 25, 2023, at the Best Western Plus Cobourg.
Join us for a traditional Scottish meal, including Haggis.
We will be entertained by the Cobourg Legion Pipes and Drums and Highland Dancers.
Mr. Alistair Beattie will Address the Haggis
The background picture is the village of Plockton, in the Western Highlands of Scotland, where the TV series "Hamish MacBeth" was filmed
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Cobourg Highland Games
Join us at Victoria Park in Cobourg for our 59th Cobourg Scottish Festival & Highland Games. Watch for updates on our Facebook page for the Friday Night and Saturday Night Ceilidhs on June 16th & 17th, 2023.
Saturday will provide a full day's entertainment with the Solo Piping and Drumming, and Heavy Events competitions, starting at 8.00 am.
The Welcoming Ceremonies will begin at approximately 11.45 am with the Massed Pipe Bands. All afternoon the Pipe Band competitions will proceed with all grades competing, and the Heavy Event competitions will continue.
At the Bandshell there will be Highland Dancing.
If the weather is warm, the kids can enjoy the water park, so bring your towels.
Admission this year will be $25.00 due to inflation, which increased our costs in 2022, and we are sure will increase again in 2023
Children 12 and under Free.
Early Bird Gate Tickets ($21.00 each) can be bought here, using Credit cards, Paypal, or Debit cards till midnight, June 4th., 2023
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Dogs are allowed in the park on a leash
Poop and Scoop is mandatory.
Dogs are NOT allowed on the Beach or in the Water