- NEW DATE FOR 2017 - 1st Saturday in June -

SaturdayJUNE 3, 20179:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Prosser Wine and Food ParkProsser, Washington

$10 General Admission - $5 5-12 years/65 & older - Children 4 years and under admitted free!

The Scottish Fest and Highland Games prides itself in having plenty of activities to do and see for visitors of all ages. Activities in 2017 include those below.

Email the
General Chair (info@prosserscottishfest.org) for more information on 2017 activities.
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MacPherson's Farm


Kids of all ages love the Highland cattle and wooly sheep at the fest.

This year's cattle and sheep are courtesy of
Flashover Farm and the Pearson Sheep Company.
Anvil Launch and Trebuchets!!

Every Scottish Fest since the beginning has started and ended with the boom of black powder and the billowing grey smoke of the infamous anvil launch.

Tickets may be purchased for the Split-The-Pot anvil launch that ends the festival and games. If the anvil lands nearest to your plate (paper, of course), you win! You'll split the pot with a local charity or service organization.

The trebuchets are a crowd favorite for heaving objects of all sizes into the air and down the field.
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Firefighters' Challenge

In the tradition of Irish and Scottish firefighters, teams of firefighters raced against themselves, their opponent and the clock. Paired competitors raced head-to-head performing a linked series of tasks demonstrating fire fighting skills, strength and endurance as well as the team’s efficiency.

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Bonny Knees Contest

Kilted men are known for turning a fine leg and showing off their knees. A blindfolded panel of women awaits the bravest of you to present their knees to be judged, bonny or boney in The Bonny Knees contest. Appreciative spectators cheer on their champions making sure to protect their identity as the judges skilled hands look for excellent bone structure, strength of calf, and skin texture. He who is chosen the Bonniest Knees receives the praise of the crowd and a wee special reward.
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Celtic Crafts


Both traditional and modern crafts can seen at this year's festival, including the
Desert Fiber Arts Guild spinning and weaving.
Children's Activities - Wee Scotland

The Prosser Scottish Fest has something to see and do for family members of all ages. We have many activities to be enjoyed especially by the younger festival visitors.

- NEW DATE FOR 2017 - 1st Saturday in June -

SaturdayJUNE 3, 20179:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Prosser Wine and Food ParkProsser, Washington

$10 General Admission - $5 5-12 years/65 & older - Children 4 years and under admitted free!