Settled by Loyalist and Scottish immigrants in the late 18th century, today Glengarry is home to people of many descents, and boasts an impressive sporting heritage.
Glengarry hosts one of the world’s largest Highland Games and is home to several world class champions. The sports that our athletes play are as varied as the people themselves and many of our athletes have merited recognition in activities such as hockey, golf, equestrian, curling, lacrosse, target shooting, figure skating, boxing, rowing, football, canoeing, skiing, power lifting, soccer, track & field, and taekwon-do, and many more.
You’ll find within this site an average of 5 inductees per year starting in 1979. Some are NHL, CFL, or Olympic athletes, others are community leaders who have contributed to the sporting culture, and all have a strong link to this community and area.
Hours of Operation
Our visiting season begins Victoria Day and ends Labour Day (usually the third week of May to the first week of September).
During the visiting season we are open from 11am to 5pm Wednesdays through Sundays, and on holidays. We are closed Mondays and Tuesdays.
Admission is free to all and the building is wheelchair accessible.
SUMMER STUDENT JOB OPPORTUNITY- College/University - required for position of CURATOR at The Glengarry Sports Hall of Fame in Maxville. Assets: Bilingualism and experience in history - research duties. Resumé can be mailed to Peggy Lafave at P.O. Box 871, Alexandria, ON, K0C 1A0 or emailed to: email@example.com
Deadline for resumés Friday, May 19th. Must have a valid driver's license. For further information please contact any Board Member.