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Highland Bagpiper

Jesse Ofgang

Jesse is best known for his highland bagpipes, but also plays uilleann and border pipes. He spent the past year studying Scottish music at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland and is back home in the States.

A piper, percussionist, and multi-instrumentalist, Jesse was a founding member of Mac Talla M'or Celtic Band, a favorite of Round Hill Highland Games past. He offers online lessons on bagpipes, pennywhistle and drums.

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Celtic Band

The Kelly Girls

The Kelly Girls are one of the most entertaining Celtic Bands in New England, with rousing renditions of Scottish and Irish songs. For TKG, Celtic music is about storytelling with varying degrees of  lyrics, instrumentation & stage shenanigans. 

Nancy is the group’s songwriter, guitar, bouzouki & mandolin player; Dublin native Aisling on tin whistle, flute, bodhran & ukulele; Bostonians Christine on banjo, guitar & harmonica, and Melinda on fiddle.

Kick up your heels and sing along to The Kelly Girls!

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Haley Hewitt

Sharing a love of music through performance and education, Haley is a harpist, educator, composer, and arranger, with a passion for new and traditional music. She has  experience performing from large concert halls to cozy firesides, and teaches all ages and levels.

Haley has performed at Round Hill every year since graduating with a Master’s Degree from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland in Scottish Traditional Music.

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Charlie Zahm

Charlie Zahm is a popular soloists at Celtic music festivals, weaving magical moments of Scottish history.

A master of the guitar, Charlie brings an authentic love and respect for the music he sings. Other instruments in Charlie's collection include banjo, mandolin, concertina, wooden flute, penny whistle and bodhran.

With passion for performance, dashes of humor and a light in his eyes he will draw you into the stories of his songs!

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Norfolk Curling Club

Come try your hand at CURLING! The Norfolk Curling Club (NCC) is a two-sheet curling facility located in Norfolk, CT. Established in 1956, we are a nonprofit organization, run entirely by volunteers, supported by membership dues and income from special curling events.

The club is a member of the Grand National Curling Club of America, the United States Curling Association and the United States Women’s Curling Association.

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Highland Cattle

Elk Ravine Farm

Charlie the Highland Coo will be just over 1 year old this year and is looking forward to seeing everyone again at Round Hill! Bubba is living a life of ease at the farm in Amenia NY, though he misses his trips around the RHHG clan tents.

Elk Ravine breeds Scottish Highland Coos with a priority on calm temperaments and loving personalities. Their summers are spent grazing on off-site environmental restoration projects. They are never used for meat production.

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