Groups and Activities

Kids / Mascots 
There is always plenty to entertain the kids at the Canberra Highland Gathering.  They love watching all our display events, the dancing and listening to bagpipes along with having their face painted and a bounce on the jumping castle.  There will also be appearances by Prime Possum and Kenny Koala!

The ACT RFS Guises Creek Brigade will be joining us again allowing children to explore the fire truck and have a go at washing out the flames with a real fire hose.

42nd Royal Highland Regiment (1815) & Musket Volley
https://www.facebook.com/42ndRoyalHighlandRegimentNo3Coy1815/timeline?ref=page_internal
A Napoleonic Re-enacting group portraying the 42nd Royal Highland Reg’t, now known as The Black Watch, 3rd Bn, Royal Regiment of Scotland.

Canberra Highland Gathering Kambah Oval, Kett St Kambah, Saturday October 10th 2015

 

Canberra Scottie Group
http://members.pcug.org.au/~dunstone/scottie_history.htm
Canberra Scotties is a group of people who are owned by Scotties. They like to show off their beautiful dogs, rather than show them. They act as a support group for each other and provide an opportunity for their dogs, most of whom are single Scotties, to socialise with others of their breed.

Canberra Highland Gathering Kambah Oval, Kett St Kambah, Saturday October 10th 2015

 

Ancient Arts Fellowship
http://www.aaf.org.au/
The Ancient Arts Fellowship is a Dark Ages re-enactment group based in Canberra which provides historical and educational displays. The Fellowship has been providing quality entertainment and education to Canberra since the club’s founding way back in 1986. Members fight safely using period techniques and reproduction armour and weapons. They create costume, jewellery, armour and accessories according to documented period styles.

Canberra Highland Gathering Kambah Oval, Kett St Kambah, Saturday October 10th 2015

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