Highland Weekend

February 2 & 3, 2019

Can you hear the Pipes calling you to don your kilt and tartan, grab your friends and family, and join us in a celebration of Scotland. Enjoy a Scotch egg, dance a reel to the pipes, or try your luck in the “Bonnie Knees Contest, Sheep Toss and Heavy Stone Contest for adults and as well for the Wee ones Sheep toss and Caber.

Bonnie Knee Contest at Good Ale’s Adult Pub (under 18 not allowed)

Saturday, February 2nd @ 4:00pm

Rain Date- Sunday, February 3rd

First 20 people to sign-up at the Guest Services booth by 3:00 pm

Join us for the first annual Bonnie Knee Contest, put on your kilt and have those knees felt, fondled and judged by our select panel of female judges. Prizes will be awarded to winners and losers will be mocked.


Three ladies judges are picked, blindfolded and made to sit on chairs. Each has an assistant who takes notes as the lady feels and judges the knee of each man who walks through the line. At the end, they compare notes. The gentleman who is deemed to have the “bonniest (bonnie-est not bony-est) knee” wins. NO portion of the contestant’s attire or behavior may contain explicit or offensive material or actions. Undergarments must be worn under kilt. No contestant may be carrying any dangerous weapons as part of their attire.


Preregistration is free but required and limited to the first 20 males, kilts are also required for this highly competitive event.

Bonnie Knee Contest at Good Ale’s Adult Pub (under 18 not allowed)

Saturday, February 2nd @ 4:00pm

Rain Date- Sunday, February 3rd

First 20 people to sign-up at the Guest Services booth by 3:00 pm

Join us for the first annual Bonnie Knee Contest, put on your kilt and have those knees felt, fondled and judged by our select panel of female judges. Prizes will be awarded to winners and losers will be mocked.


Three ladies judges are picked, blindfolded and made to sit on chairs. Each has an assistant who takes notes as the lady feels and judges the knee of each man who walks through the line. At the end, they compare notes. The gentleman who is deemed to have the “bonniest (bonnie-est not bony-est) knee” wins. NO portion of the contestant’s attire or behavior may contain explicit or offensive material or actions. Undergarments must be worn under kilt. No contestant may be carrying any dangerous weapons as part of their attire.


Preregistration is free but required and limited to the first 20 males, kilts are also required for this highly competitive event.

As the Pipes echo into the Evening, the Ultimate end to Our Concert Series splits the air with the International band to Rock them All, Celtica, Pipes Rock!

(Special event concert ticket sold separately or as part of certain packages. Starts at 7:00 pm)

CELTICA–Pipes Rock! The  6–piece band shows with its battle cry their musical direction: The majestic-mystic sound of the Great Highland Bagpipe elevates above the powerful rock band, the masterly played violin expands the unique style with symphonic- epic melodies. Influences of Irish Folk, Symphonic Metal, and even Gothic merge with the energetic  Celtic music, full of lust of life. This sound, as international as the musicians-coming from Scotland, USA, Bulgaria and Austria- and the spectacular show guarantee a concert no one will ever forget. Mystic torches on the bagpipes and burning drumsticks, thundering against huge drums, create a cult- like atmosphere, flames, shooting out of the instruments, entertain every audience worldwide.

To build the Energy of The night we have enough Laughs to make you feel guilty, with the…

Bastard Monks, Comedy Show

Brother Panniculus was born in Flint. Brother Perfidius proudly carries on the family business of monkery, and has sired several bastards, also monks. These brothers wander the land attempting to interpret Bible stories with puppets. This usually ends in a fistfight. Currently leading in “Best Renaissance Festival performer ever” on World of Rennies website.  Also, Perfidius was voted “Most likely to be excommunicated” in his monastery yearbook. Perfidius is played by Dan Fox, Panniculus by Stevo Doccerson. Both of these fellows wish to make it known that they are utterly unlike the characters they portray. Except Dan Fox.

And lastly opening for all and setting the stage for rhythm, movement, and enhanced blood flow…