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Scots in Spirit - Summer Events

October 20, 2017 1 min read

Scots in Spirit - Summer Events

Scots in Spirit will be hitting the road again this Summer, bringing our store to a number of Highland Games and Pipe Band contests around the North Island from November 2017 through to the end of March, 2018; plus our one winter event in June 2018. 

Our first stop will be the Contest at the Gardens in Hamilton on 4 November. We will then be heading to the Auckland Highland Games two weeks later on Sat 18 November.

2018 will then kick off with the historic Waipu Highland Games on New Years Day. 

The other 2018 events we will attend are:

.154th Turakina Highland Games, Turakina Domain - Sat 27 Jan

.25th Paeroa Highland Games & Tattoo, Paeroa Domain - Sat 10 Feb

.92nd NZ Pipe Bands Championships, Rotorua International Stadium - Fri-Sat, 9-10 Mar

.68th Hawkes Bay Easter Highland Games, Lindisfarne College Hastings - 30 Mar-1 Apr

.10th North Shore Tattoo & Tartan Day Event, North Shore Events Centre - Sat 24 June

Come and visit our stand at any of these events, and feel free to approach us with your questions or enquiries. You can also get in touch with us on (09) 971 7694 or graham@scotsinspirit.com at any time. 

 


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