May I bring coolers?
Yes, although Furman does not allow alcoholic beverages to be brought on campus.

Are dogs allowed?
No, unless it is a service dog or you are one of the invited Border Collie handlers.

Is there a parking fee?
Yes, $5 as you come onto the Furman campus. Complimentary shuttle service will take you from the campus parking lots to the entrance of the Games.

What about chairs and blankets?
You are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets to plop down at one of our many venues. We will have a number of bleachers and large tents with chairs available as well. Of course, if it gets too cold, you’ll have your blanket to wrap up in. LOL

Where is the handicapped parking?
It is located in the parking lot closest to the Main Games entrance. Please display your placard and you will be directed there.

2019 Vendors & Demonstrators


St. Andrews Square (Scottish Foods)

Charleston Hena

Appalachian Archery

Carolina Celt

House of Steel

Cameron’s British Foods ( Scottish Foods & Bakery)

The Argyll Collection

The Celtic Rainbow

Celtic Tides

Near and Far Scottish

Blarney Stones

Scots Corner

La Wren’s Nest

Faire Isles Trading Co.

The Heelan’ Hound

Cripple Creek Foods( American Foods)

Latest Craze, Inc. Hotdogs

The Scottish Tartan Museum

Chuck Wagon Kettle Corn

The Nomadic Few (Shaved Ice)

Cape Woolamai Mercantile Co

Scottish Cottage BBQ

Bucky’s Ice Cream


Sue Richards – Harpist

Carl Rapp – Fiddle

John Miles – Historical Lecturer

The Sword Conservatory – Medieval sword fighting

Edward Krech – Scottish shaggy dog character

Clay Icard – Long Bow instruction & competition

Flying Hawkes –  Axe throwing instruction & competition

Bill Coburn – Border collie demonstration

Chad Eubanks – Braveheart reenactor

Scottish Country Dancing 

Click here to register your Scottish Clan
Sign up to volunteer!
Click here to register your band or solo piping & drumming for competition
Click here to register for our 2020 Heavy Athletics Competitions

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