Events

Highland Military Tattoo at Fort George – September2017

Highland Military Tattoo 8-10 September 2017, Fort George, near Inverness. This event is a unique and truly authentic experience. Set inside the magnificent ramparts of Fort George, this spectacular military ceremony always impresses and enthrals its audiences. From the roar of jets to the magical sound of the massed pipes and drums, from Highland dancing […]

2015 International Gathering Latest

The updated draft programme for week commencing Monday 3rd August is as follows: Monday Afternoon          Registration Monday Evening             Pipes & Drums entertain clan in village square. Gathering Flame lit at the Castle. Tuesday Morning            9.00am: Registration to continue. 10.00am: MacKenzie Parliament followed by coffee. Tuesday Afternoon          Workshops & Seminars at Community […]

2015 Event Dates

Please find below the dates for events we will be organising/attending this year. As the events get closer and we have more details we will create each event within our events section and furnish you with everything we know. Please note that not all events are organised by us and dates/event details may be subject […]

Mackenzie Highland Tour Offer

  Munro Highland Tours (MHT) is delighted to offer a new tour designed to be of great interest to anyone with connections to the name Mackenzie. This bespoke one day trip would include visit to a number of sites related to the Clan Mackenzie, including the ancestral seat Castle Leod and, subject to availability, a […]

2015 International Gathering – Update

As the Highland Hotel has offered a good weekly rate it has been decided to extend the programme to cover the week which will commence on Monday 3rd August.  The updated draft programme is as follows: Monday Afternoon          Registration Monday Evening             Pipes & Drums entertain clan in village square. Gathering Flame […]

Roderick MacKenzie Memorial Picnic

Here, in consecrated ground, rest the mortal remains of Roderick Mackenzie, merchant of Fisherrow, and son of an Edinburgh jeweller, slain by Cumberland’s Redcoat troops late in July 1746, three months after the Battle of Culloden, because he selflesly encouraged them to mistake him for Prince Charles Edward Stuart whom he closely resembled in age, […]

Culloden, Lunch & Castle Leod

For those of you that have been to the memorial service on Culloden Moor let me first tell you the weather was glorious, so different from other years when coats and thermal underwear were the garments to wear. For those who have not been before or do not know of this event it is very […]