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Run the Kilted Mile at the Highland Games Sunday

September 18, 2015

The 40th New Hampshire Highland Games and Festival celebrate Scottish music, athletics, dance, food and drink and the Mile on Sept. 18 through Sept. 20 held at Loon Mountain Resort.

By Paula Tracy, WMUR

Ever run a kilted Mile?

You can on Sunday at the NH Highland Games at Loon Mountain.

Get yer kilt on, or borrow one and dash a Mile with the group of kilted runners, just as they have since Malcolm III of Scotland called for it in his rein. It ended about 1093.

The start is at 3:00pm and it is free to those who pay regular admission to the festival. That is $20 Sunday for adults and its free for kids.

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