[Road to Picnic] Road through the magnificient Earltown forest
to annual Pipers Picnic in Earltown (first Saturday of August)
Further along this cathedral of trees one passes the MacKenzie Pioneer Cemetery on the right. The Pipers Picnic supports the maintenance and refurbishment of the pioneer cemeteries in Earltown; a tribute to our Highland ancestors, the pioneer settlers who came to Earltown from (mostly) Sutherland, Scotland in the early 1800s.

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Earltown Pipers Picnic

The Pipers Picnic

25th Anniversary: The Pipers Picnic

Clansfolk and visitors gather at the Clan MacKay tent at the Pipers Picnic in Earltown, August 1991. [photo available soon]

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