2014 Day of Games Schedule
The Games are on a Saturday, but there are many additional events
during the weekend!


Friday before the Games

     
Whisky Tasting
   -  Enjoy a variety of single  malts and discuss with the experts!  Plan to arrive 10 minutes early to get situated.
Tickets are $25 in advance, $30 day of the event.  You may purchase tickets online (soon), with your mail in registration, or at Molly PacPherson's Scottish Pubs in Savannah or Richmond Hill!

                   Molly MacPhersons Scottish Pub
                   www.macphersonspub.com
                   311 West Congress Street
                   5:00 - 6:00 pm


                  


       


Sponsor and Patron Reception

A formal event to welcome the Sponsors and Patrons who do so much to support the Games.   The event  is held at The Savannah Golf Club, the oldest golf club in America and is believed to be the first American city where the game of golf was played.
         

      Advance tickets required! 
Sponsor, patron, and reception ticket information here.

             
        
        


   

Saturday

            Savannah Scottish Games & Festival
         Bethesda Academy   www.bethesdaforboys.org
            9520 Ferguson Avenue, Savannah, GA 31406
                                        
                                                          Gates open to public                         9:00 am

                                                 Complete 2014 Games Schedule
               
                                                  
                                                          Closing Ceremonies                         4:30 pm

                                                                         Ticket Information


                 Please note that aside from the Border Collies, there is a no dogs policy at The Savannah Scottish Games.


    
Sunday

             Kirkin’ O’ The Tartans - Worship with us at the Kirkin’ o’ the Tartans. Scotsmen landed with James                                   Oglethorpe at the founding of Georgia in 1733 and brought with them a strong faith. By 1755,                                  the Presbyterian Church of Savannah, later called the Independent Presbyterian Church, had                                  been established.
        Independent Presbyterian Church www.ipcsav.org
        207 Bull Street at Oglethorpe
        11:00 am