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The San Antonio Highland Games

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The San Antonio Highland Games will be held April 2 and 3, 2022, at the Helotes Festival Grounds, 12210 Leslie Road, Helotes, Texas 78023. The event provides two full days of Scottish games, spectator sports, dancing, food, music, and fun for everyone in the family. This exciting outdoor event celebrates Scottish culture and heritage, but by no means do visitors need to be Scottish to join in the festivities. Special events include highland dancing, bag piping, Scottish heavy athletics, and more.

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