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January 4, 2020
Piping at the Mansion
The McHenry Mansion
906 15th St.

April 4, 2020
Tartan Day
McClatchy Square
15th St & I St

April 18, 2020
Robert Burns Supper
The Fruit Yard
7948 Yosemite Blvd

May 1, 2020

May 3, 2020
Kirkin O' the Tartan
St. Paul's Episcopal Church
1528 Oakdale Rd.

June 6, 2020
Campbell Scholarship Mini-Golf Tournament
4307 Coffee Rd.

October, 2020
Modesto International Festival
Modesto Junior College
East Campus
435 College Ave.

October 17, 2020
Central Valley Highland Games & Celtic Festival
Stanislaus County Fairfounds
900 N Broadway.

November 1, 2020

November 30, 2020
St. Andrew's Day

December, 2020


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Heavy Athletics

These are the events that you can compete in.
Our event is ran by Scottish Heavy Athletics.
Photo by John Nelson

Putting the Stone

These are 2 similar events, common to the modern-day shot put. The “Braemar Stone” uses a 20–26 lb stone for men (13–18 lb. for women) and does not allow any run up to the toeboard or “trig” to deliver the stone, i.e., it is a standing put. In the “Open Stone” using a 16–22 lb. stone for men (or 8–12 lb. for women), the thrower is allowed to use any throwing style so long as the stone is put with one hand with the stone resting cradled in the neck until the moment of release.

Photo by John Nelson

Scottish Hammer Throw

A round metal ball is attached to a 4 foot long handle. The hammer is spun around the athlete's head and thrown for distance. The light hammer weighs 16 lb for men and 12 lb for women. The heavy hammer weighs 22 lb for men and 16 lb for women.

Photo by John Nelson

Weight for Distance

There are two classes of this event; the light event (28 lb for men and 14 lb for women) and the heavy event (56 lb for men, 42 lb for masters men, and 28 lb for women). The metal weights have a handle attached either directly or by means of a chain. Only one hand is used. The longest throw wins.

Photo by John Nelson

Caber Toss

The athlete balances a long tapered log vertically, holding the smaller end in their hands. They then run forward, attempting to toss it end over end, with the larger end hitting the ground first. A perfect toss is achieved when the smaller end lands at a 12 o'clock position, relative to the direction of the throw. If successful, the athlete is said to have turned the caber.

Photo by John Nelson

Weight for Height

An attempt is made to toss a 56 pound weight (4 stone) over a high bar using only one hand. Each athlete is allowed three attempts at each height. Successful clearance of the height allows the athlete to advance into the next round at a greater height. The competition is determined by the highest successful toss with fewest misses being used to break tie scores.

Sheaf Toss

A bundle of straw (the sheaf) weighing 20 pounds (9 kg) for the men and 10 pounds (4.5 kg) for the women and wrapped in a burlap bag is tossed vertically with a pitchfork over a raised bar much like that used in pole vaulting. The progression and scoring of this event is similar to the Weight Over The Bar.