Glengarry Highland Games not cancelled, but situation is being watched very carefully: president

The Glengarry Highland Games organization is keeping an eye of the present situation. It sent out an advisory today and has a message posted on its website.

“At this difficult time, everyone is focused on keeping themselves and their loved ones safe. We hope that all of you are weathering this storm and staying healthy.

We know that many people are wondering what will happen to the Games this year – will they be cancelled or will they be a go?
Right now, we are watching the world situation very carefully. At this point, we have made no decision to cancel the Games. You can be sure that we will let you know when and if the situation changes.

To that end, please note that all advance ticket sales including legacy grandstand tickets are on hold and sales will not start at their usual time. As well, reservations for RV Camping sites on are hold.

If you have any questions, please contact [email protected] or 1-888-298-1666,” says the message.

The two-day Glengarry Games attracts tens of thousands of visitors each year.

“Good luck and good health to everyone and with God’s blessing we will see you at the Games, July 31-August 1, 2020. Slàinte,” says Eric Metcalfe, President of the Glengarry Highland Games.

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