Local traditions don’t get much more historic than the Scottish Highland Gathering and Games, which is celebrating its 152nd year. First beginning on Thanksgiving Day in 1866 at San Francisco’s Hayes Park, the event has always remained in the Bay Area, most recently moving to the Alameda County Fairgrounds. This year’s games will celebrate Celtic heritage Saturday-Sunday, Sept. 2-3, with Scottish country dancing, singing and music. The fairgrounds will also host the 43rd U.S. Invitational Heavy Events, which hold competitions in the hammer throw, caber toss and more. Graham McTavish, star of the television show “Outlander” and the film “The Hobbit,” is set to participate in the games.
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