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Formed in 1991, when four friends who played the bagpipes were striving to develop more appreciation for Celtic music and traditions in this area.  Our numbers have grown over the years and we now have over fifteen members, as well as friends who sit in with us on occasion.  With our base in York, Pennsylvania, we also have members from Cumberland and Lancaster Counties.  We teach others how to play the pipes and drums in the Scottish and Irish traditions, as well as pass on information about dance and other Celtic Arts.  As a non-profit organization, any funds gathered are used for uniforms and instrument maintenance.  Members are not reimbursed for their time and talents in a monetary way, but in the delight of passing on their knowledge to others.  The group performs throughout the South Central Pennsylvaina and Maryland areas in various parade and concert venues.  The band usually wears the Black Watch tartan, but for certain performances, family tartans are worn.

 

 

 

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