Inside the Cultural Center, May Davidson Hall, Rural Hill, NC

Inside the Cultural Center, May Davidson Hall, Rural Hill, NC

The site of the Loch Norman Highland Games near Huntersville, NC now has newly built all-purpose building, known as May Davidson Hall.  The large central room can be used for many indoor activities–dancing, gatherings, meetings, arts and crafts, and whatever.  Other rooms for smaller meetings, a kitchen, and restrooms are provided.

On January 1, 2013 the Dedication was held, in conjunction with the annual First Footin’.  Clan Henderson Chaplain Fred Sanford delivered the Stone Soup meal grace, a Burn’s reading and then the Dedication Prayer.  The Loch Norman Pipe Band provided the music, and piped in the Haggis for the Address.  Clan Henderson Recording Secretary Peggy Sanford accompanied Fred, and brought her delicious Scottish Shortbread.

Miss May Davidson, for whom the hall is named, was the last to live in the house at the old Davidson plantation, and her will generously offered the plans and funds to build this facility.

Come see this facility and ALL the wonderful events at the Loch Norman Highland games, held in April each year.  You can learn more by clicking here: Loch Norman Highland Games

To learn the story of “Stone Soup”: Click Here