This list of upcoming games comes from The Association of Scottish Games and Festivals (asgf.org). Please check back for updates relating to the pandemic as applicable. If you know of a games that is not listed here, please contact Sherri McIntyre (scttshkds@gmail.com) with the name and website of the games. If you would like to host a tent, please contact Marti Jernberg (mjscouter@aol.com) for instructions. An asterisk * indicates someone is planning to host a MacIntyre tent at those games and has notified the editor.

January 2023
*13-15 Central Florida Scottish Highland Games, Winter Park - www.flascot.com
26-29 Havre de Grace Winter Celtic Festival, MD - www.hdgburnsgathering.org
February 2023
6 Sarasota Highland Games & Festival, FL - www.sarasotahighlandgames.com/
18-19 Mount Dora Scottish Highland Festival, FL - www.mountdorascot.com
25 Northeast Florida Scottish Games & Festival, Green Cove Springs - www.neflgames.com

June 2023

*16-18 Annual General Meeting (AGM) in Salt Lake City, UT

​A Message About the Upcoming 2023 AGM in Salt Lake City, Utah | by Mike McIntyre (1276 – LM109)

We are pleased to announce that Clan MacIntyre AGM 2023 will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah at the
Utah Scottish Festival. This is the first time that the national Clan Association has come to Utah. We are so
excited to welcome clan members and visitors from around the USA. We have had a Clan MacIntyre booth
at these games since 1997. The Utah Scottish Festival has grown from a one day event to a three day event
including all of your favorites: Mass Bands, Pipe Band competitions, both men’s and women’s Scottish
Athletics, Highland Dancing, Scottish Folk Dancing, Irish Dancing, Food, Vendors, and Fun. The 2023 Festival
will be held at the Utah State Fair Park on Friday through Sunday. See www.utahscots.org for more info.

Salt Lake City is nestled in the Wasatch Front Mountains in the middle of the Rocky Mountain Range. The
city is best known as the location of the 2002 Winter Olympics and the Mormon Pioneers. Points of interest
include the 42 acre Hogle Zoo; Park City, a 20 minute drive from Salt Lake through gorgeous canyons, where
you will find outlet shopping, an alpine slide, an old town main street and other outdoor adventures (see
www.parkcity.com). Temple Square is a wonderful place to visit to learn about the local pioneer history and
the architectural marvel of the tabernacle. If you come early, you can watch a rehearsal of the world
famous Tabernacle Choir on Thursday Night. The Genealogists’ desired destination is the renowned Family
History Library. You can take a tour, work on personal family history, and search through many millions of
genealogical records with helpful assistance. For more info on Temple Square and the Family History Library
see www.templesquare.com. Salt Lake City has an active night life with a variety of craft breweries and pubs
(including Piper Down located at 1492 S State St.) Salt Lake also has Gateway Children Discovery Museum,
Tracy Aviary, City Creek Mall and Gateway Mall. There is so much to see and do in Salt Lake that I cannot put
it all here. Please check out www.visitsaltlake.com for more places to visit.

We are still making the final arrangements for the hotel and banquet and will have more information in the
next addition of the Per Ardua Newsletter.

If you would like to participate in the program, have a suggestion, or need more information, please
contact Mike McIntyre at 801-643-0850 or scttshcwby@gmail.com. We look forward to seeing you in June.​

Clan MacIntyre Association