About Us

We are on the list of Travel MB’s top ten rural Festivals.

We have been awarded a spot in the Top 100 Events in North America by the American Bus Association.

The members of the Manitoba Highland Gathering strive to preserve, promote, nurture, share and educate folk about our colourful Scottish Culture and Heritage, Arts, Sports and Agriculture.

We are a non profit organization run exclusively by volunteers (youth to senior) putting on a R.M. of St. Clements designated family fun filled outdoor event with the rain venue on site.

If you are interested in working with us throughout the year and on the days of the Gathering. We love what we do and have a good time doing it. Shared jobs make the load much lighter, easier and more fun. Please Sign up below!

Be sure to bring your chairs and umbrellas as we happen rain or shine!! Some of our events happen outdoors in the rain. If it rains some of the events will join the environmentally sensitive vendor booths and the Regional Historical Groups Exhibits and story tellers in the arena. Dancing will move to the school.

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20 hours ago

Ready for the Eastman Tourism Development Conference!

1 week ago
Prairie Pipe Band Association of Manitoba

Are you ready to compete? See below for PPBAM competition!

The PPBAM Board is very happy to announce our second online contest of 2021, The Spring Fling!

Entries are now open, and will close May 7th. We look forward to you joining us!!

Enter here: ... See more

1 week ago
Kids in Kilts

Please see our April Newsletter for lots of important info!

3 weeks ago

Kilt Skate capital of Canada!!!
That’s awesome!

3 weeks ago
Red River North Tourism

Have you found all the eggs?

Week 4 of Easter Bunny, Where are you? Enter your guesses in the google form on our website at www.redrivernorthtourim.com Good luc

3 weeks ago
Kids in Kilts

Great work everyone!

We successfully held in-person medal tests today! It was so great to see everyone in their costumes showing off all their hard work. Special thanks to @donnacram for giving us the opportunity through ... See more

4 weeks ago
Prairie Pipe Band Association of Manitoba


Firstly, a huge thank you to our judges: Heather Purvis, Ian Aastrom, Richard Wilson, and Sean Johnston - 100 videos to review and adjudicate was a monumental task!

And to all ... See more

1 month ago
Prairie Pipe Band Association of Manitoba

Thank you everyone for your submissions! The videos will be sent on to our judges and results will be posted next week.

1 month ago
The St. Andrew's Society of Winnipeg

Get out there & start building!!!!

Here’s the start of the Pop-Up Piper Snow Sculpture Contest with the support of Safe at Home MB. The Scottish Curler made at Assiniboine Park. This not eligible for a prize because I am an ... See more

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