Visitors and Volunteer Services
Located on the Grounds near the main outdoor gate, the friendly staff in the Visitor and Volunteer Services are there to provide assistance to the public answering questions, providing information and handling any lost or found items. They welcome conversation from visitors so stop in and share any suggestions you might have to help us provide an even better experience for our visitors.
A popular attraction at the Visitor & Volunteer Services is the “Selfie” area – where you can get a “selfie” holding the bagpipes. Thanks to members of the Ingersoll Pipe Band, who lend a hand (and a set or two of their pipes) they make this happen! It is a great stop for guests of all ages if you have always wanted to get your hands on a set of pipes – if only for a few minutes!
The Zorra Caledonian Society created its own tartan in 2012 to commemorate its 75th Anniversary. It is the tartan banner across the top of our website. The shades of green represent the fertile, rolling hills of the ‘Zorra Highlands’ that surround Embro, Ontario. The black shows the strength and endurance of the Zorra Caledonian Society on the occasion of its 75th year. The white represents honour and purity in its actions. The red is for the blood sacrificed by preceding generation so their descendants could prosper in a free country. Ties, caps and scarves in the official tartan are available at the Visitor and Volunteer Services tent.
If you have a specific question before coming to the Games, please contact us at email@example.com
Youth (13 to 17 yrs) $10.00
12 and under FREE
There is no charge for parking on the grounds. For everyone’s safety (and to avoid a parking ticket), please do not park on adjacent roadways.
- Vehicles enter through the Community Centre main gate, located on the west side of the grounds.
- After you have parked, proceed to the pedestrian entrance on the north side of the parking area. Admission tickets are sold at the pedestrian entrance.
The grounds and several washrooms are wheelchair accessible, and all events can be viewed from a wheelchair. This is an outside event, held on grass.
Handicap parking is available, but users are encouraged to come early to ensure a space.
Any vehicle may drop off passengers with reduced mobility at the pedestrian gate, before proceeding to the regular parking area.
Folding lawn chairs are suggested as there is no bleacher seating.
This year the Games are held at
Canada’s Outdoor Park,
744906 Oxford Road 17,
Woodstock, Ontario. For the location and/or directions click here.
General Event Information
General event information covering the venue, pet policy, accommodation and things to do in the area can be found here.
Links to Related External Sites
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