Alma Highland Festival

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Alma Highland Festival
Alma Highland Festival is listed in the Amusement Places category in Alma, Michigan. Displayed below are the social networks for Alma Highland Festival which include a Facebook page, a Pinterest page and a Twitter account. The activity and popularity of Alma Highland Festival on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 99.

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110 W Superior St
Alma, MI 48801
(989) 463-8979
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Alma Highland Festival & Games added an event.
Are you or someone you know interested in representing the 50th annual Alma Highland Festival and Games as the 2017 Queen of Scots or Wee Queen of Scots? Not only would you bear the title of Queen, Court member or Wee Queen, you would also receive a $1500, $500 or $100 scholarship! Applications will be made available on our website and through Facebook starting on March 1, 2017 and will be due by 5:00 P.M. on March 31, 2017. Candidates seeking to take part in this event must be residents of Gratiot County or attend school in Gratiot County. Queen contestants must be between the ages of 17-20 by pageant date. Wee Queen contestants must be between the ages of 8-11 by pageant date. The pageant tickets are available for $5 at the door the evening of the event or for purchase from candidates. Evening festivities will be filled with all things highland! Important dates for candidates: March 31 - deadline for applications April 12 - mandatory Informational Meeting (you or someone representing you must be in attendance) April 19 - candidate interviews April 29 - pageant rehearsal from 9a-12p; pageant event 5p-9p April 30 - 2017 titlebearers to attend first parade in Shepherd, Michigan May 26-28 - 50th annual Alma Highland Festival and Games If questions, please contact chairperson Andi Whitmore at andiwhitmore@gmail.com. We welcome your entry!
28 people interested · 22 people going


The sights, sounds and flavors of Scotland are coming to Alma in 90 days. Don't miss it! Tickets are on sale at … https://t.co/mruMxpJ53I

The sights, sounds and flavors of Scotland are coming to Alma in 90 days. Don't miss it! Tickets are on sale at http://bit.ly/2017AHFGtickets. #AHFGturns50 #kilts #highlanddance #cabertoss #bagpipes


Several members of the Alma College Pipe Band perform their first set. https://t.co/wqtVOgKL3p


Attendees were plucked from the audience to learn a traditional Ceilidh [pronounced kay-lee] dance. https://t.co/dE7YbeKZaM


Longtime Alma Highland Festival and Games Board Member Dorene Lewis, who served as a Bonnie Knees Competition judge… https://t.co/oPpqeamoEQ


Burns Night emcee Jim Lyon shows Bonnie Knees competitors how it's done. https://t.co/w8NgsLyvdI

Alma Highland Festival & Games added 14 new photos to the album: Burns Night returns to Alma.
The Alma Highland Festival Board of Directors partnered with faculty members and students from the Alma College Scottish arts, political science and English programs to bring back Alma's celebration of Scottish Poet Robert Burns. The event — a celebration of traditional Scottish food and drinks, music, dancing and dance lessons, history, and poetry — took place one week ago on the campus of Alma College. In addition to performances by several members of the Alma College Kiltie Dancers, The Alma College Pipe Band and individual student musicians, the evening also featured a silent auction and the Bonnie Knees Competition, which was open to all.

CALLING ALL PAST PRESIDENTS! We are in need of updating our contact database. Please email andiwhitmore@gmail.com with your current mailing address and email address! THANK YOU!