The official Facebook page of the Kenmore & District Pipe Band of Everett, Washington.
The Kenmore & District Pipe Band came into being in the year 2001 by a group of people who were Scottish piper and drummer and wanted to enhance there appreciation by improving their musical skills. Some of these people brought previous piping and drumming experience to the group; others were beginners. The group included all levels of ability, all ages, both genders and people from a broad spectrum of trades and professions. Inevitably, it was not long until performing in the public became one of the group's activities.
Under the leadership of Pipe Major Jim McGillivray, the band has become an able and increasingly popular performing group. A group that strives for excellence while enjoying both personal and musical compatibility.
The Kenmore & District Pipe Band is a non-profit organization dedicated to broadening the public's interest in and appreciation for traditional Scottish piping, drumming, and dancing in the Pacific Northwest.
Today is your last day to buy your tickets to 2017 Annual Burns Night Supper & Silent Auction on Saturday, Jan 21. Don’t miss out on this enjoyable Scottish evening.
Burns Night Update. The haggis is ordered. The show is coming together and the Celtic band "Who's Angus" will be there again this year. Buy your tickets soon.
The Kenmore & District Pipe Band is welcoming new pipers and drummers to join the existing group of players for the upcoming 2016-2017 season. The band competes in grade 4 and is based in the Everett, Washington area under the leadership of Pipe Major Jim McGillivray.
The band promotes the positive “I’M IN” philosophy of every player playing up to their potential, which makes it fun and everybody play as one. Thus, our band motto is “Chorus Unum Sonus - One Band, One Sound”.
If you are a piper or drummer playing at a grade 4 or higher level, please contact the band at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This morning the band took in the Lake Forest Park 30th Anniversary and Police Fundraiser for Special Olympics.
Come out and see the band this Sunday and take part in this event. The band will be performing at 10:15 AM.
The band will be marching in the Brier Seascare Parade tonight at 7:00 PM.
seascare.com City of Brier SeaScare Festival - held the second Wednesday evening of August.