Children's Glen

Schedule
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Providing a safe family environment
for your children


Opens at 9:00a.m.





   Not a tot lot to park the kids, this area is for children of all ages to learn the concepts of Scottish Games: competition and fun. The area was originally designed and maintained entirely by the families of several of our members (specifically the Dahnkens and the Allans), at the behest of then Chief Jack Scott, on our move to Pleasanton in 1994.

   We are especially grateful to our long-time faithful helpers, the members and partens of Boy Scout Troop 911.

   Thank you all for taking the time to visit the Games website and the Children�s Glen page. As a Chairman, I am looking forward to upholding the standards of the past and making the Children�s Glen a must see destination at the Games, with new and traditional ideas for all to enjoy. See you at the Games.

Peter Louth




Schedule of Children's Events

9:00 a.m. Children's Participatory Games and Game Booths Open
12:00 p.m. Games and Booths Close for Opening Ceremony each day

The Prize Booth Remains Open Until 4:30 p.m.

PARTICIPATORY GAMES:

    Children Age 2 to 10 -- Games! Races! All the participants will receive recognition

    Volunteer leadership courtesy of Twi Valley District Boy Scout Troop 911

GAME BOOTHS:

    Come try your skills at our six booths:

    Win point tickets and turn them in for real prizes at the Prize Booth by the entrance



Weekend Toy Raffle
Children's Archery
GOLF is a favorite Scottish pastime shared with the rest of the world. You will have a chance to see how much fun it can be
QUOITS is like tossing horseshoes to see who can get closest to the pole or hob. See if you can ring the hob!
DARTS sharpens your aim as you try to hit the bull�s eye�the center of the target Make the dart stick inside the circles
BEAN BAG TOSS uses Scottish animals as targets so you can learn to recognize these wonderful creatures as you win your prize

......and more

FACE PAINTING: A Highland lassie or laddie will decorate the wee bairns with thistles and tartans for the Gathering and Games
NESSIE THE FRIENDLY MONSTER: Have your picture taken with Nessie. Visit our replica of the famous sea monster
CHILDREN'S ART: A Children�s coloring corner is available during the two days of Scottish Games. Come rest under the trees and color a picture
CULTURAL HERITAGE CENTER: A booth will offer legends and famous people coloring books and lesson plans for teachers and parents about Scottish geography and history