Scots celebrate 90th anniversary of the Round Hill Highland Games at Cranbury Park in Norwalk

Every year in Norwalk, those of Scottish descent and Scots at heart don their kilts to celebrate their homeland.

Every year in Norwalk, those of Scottish descent and Scots at heart don their kilts to celebrate their homeland. (7/8/13)

NORWALK - The annual Round Hill Highland Games celebrated its 90th anniversary this weekend.

Every year in Norwalk, those of Scottish descent and Scots at heart don their kilts to celebrate their homeland. This year's games were held at Cranbury Park.

Organizers say they hope the day helps preserve a bit of Scottish heritage. 

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