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The piper calls you to the Highlands

The Cedar Hills Caledonian Pipe Band Society has created a piping, drumming and highland dance program for those wishing to learn to play the bagpipes, side, tenor or bass drum or learn Scottish Highland dancing in the great Scottish Highland tradition.

Programs will begin Sept. 18 and runs to June 2015.

The program is for all ages 10 and up, and will run every Thursday from 7-8 p.m. (arrive at 6:45 p.m.) in the upstairs hall of the Whalley Legion, Branch 229 (13525 106 Ave.)

The cost of the program is $400 per person, which includes $10 society membership dues.

Instructors come from the Robert Malcolm Memorial Grade 2 Pipe Band and from within the Cedar Hills Caledonian Pipe Band.

Among them are Kyle Banta, Robert Millar, Danielle Warren and Garth Newlands.

There is a limited amount of space available and only 20 pipers and 20 drummers are being accepted at this time. Register early by contacting the program's chief instructors at learning@chcpb.ca

For more information, email secretary@chcpb.ca or visit www.chcpb.ca/learning.htm

 

 

 

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