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.
Band pint glass, now available for purchase.
Help send the band to the Dunedin Highland Games.
The band logo embroidered on the pipers new bag covers.
It's National Tartan Day, the date on which the "Declaration of Arbroath" was sign declaring Scottish independence in 1320. Enjoy a dram of your favorite single malt tonight.
The band will be playing at Shawn O'Donnell's in Everett on Wednesday - March 15th at 5:30 PM and 6:30 PM
The band next performances will be on St. Patrick's Day, Friday - March 17th at the following locations:
4:00: Shawn O'Donnell’s in South Everett
5:30: Rory’s of Edmonds
7:00: Shawn O'Donnell’s in South Everett
8:30: Rory’s of Edmonds
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.