Guelph Pipe Band

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Last year's Robbie Burns was a huge success, so we're doing another. This time we're moving the location to Rockwood.

Traditional haggis supper including steak pie, Vegetarian option available.
-Pipe band performance & Highland dancers
-Celidh Band
-Cash bar
-Silent Auction
Proceeds to support the Guelph Pipe band!
Tickets $40 before Jan 1st and $45 after.

-Buy tickets through Guelph Pipe Band members you may know,
or
-Buy tickets by contacting GuelphBurnsSupper@gmail.com
or
-Buy tickets online (extra $2.40 transaction fee) at : http://bit.ly/2AkTxHf

Congratulations to Guelph Pipe Band's competitors for the first round of the Toronto Knockout 2017. See you Dec 2 for round 2!

Tonight the Guelph Pipe Band will be having a full-dress open concert at the Mccrae house (108 Water St, Guelph) starting at 6:30 tonight. Bring a lawn chair and come listen to traditional Scottish bagpipe music! Look forward to seeing you all there.

Thanks to everybody who came out to the Fergus games to support the Guelph Pipe Band. We had a great competition season with a vast growth of members. We would also like to thank the Fergus games for putting on such well run Tattoos over the weekend.

Here's a shot of a few of our members including Pipe Major Tyler Bridge and our very multi-talented player Dylan Whittemore banging about on the drums.

Great work after a hot day at Cambridge, Grade 3 placing third of seven bands. Don't want to peak too early, see you all at Maxville.

Band site at Cobourg 2017.

The Guelph Pipe Band gratefully acknowledges donations from
Fidelity Investments Canada on behalf of Andrew Johnson.

Today was the Kiwanis London Indoor Contest and the Grade 5 band placed 1st of 3. Fantastic start to the season Grade 5's!

The Grade 3 band was the only Grade 3 band to compete thus placing 1st. We are grateful for the feedback in order to improve and fine tune our band for the competition season.

Great work everybody including the other bands!

Today was the Kiwanis London Indoor Contest and the Grade 5 band placed 1st of 3. Fantastic start to the season Grade 5's!

The Grade 3 band was the only Grade 3 band to compete thus placing 1st. We are grateful for the feedback in order to improve and fine tune our band for the competition season.

Great work everybody including the other bands!

Ladies n Gents: Amateur Piper of the Day, Mark McClennan Toronto Indoor 2017. As for the bands, Grade 5 placed 4th and Grade 3 Placed 3rd. Lots of hard work to look forward to. See the results here : https://www.pipesdrums.com/article/toronto-police-sweep-toronto-indoor/

Thank you David for the photos.