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Teachers share thoughts about romance

by Karli Coleman and Mia Boutelle

The following are interviews with FC teachers in regards to love at first sight. If interested in the printed story, pick up a copy of the March issue of the Bagpiper. 902 more words


#TuneTuesday | Donald Willie and His Dog

I was having a Twitter discussion with someone yesterday about my piping career when they asked me what my favourite tune to play was. I’ve already posted “ 137 more words


Pilates Event at Lower Presidio

Old Monterey Foundation will hold the first ever “Pilates Party in the Park: Bagpipes, Serra and Fusian” on Saturday, April 2, 2016 at Lower Presidio Historic Park. 1,052 more words

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School of Planning Retirement Party

On Friday, I had the pleasure of playing for a gentleman’s retirement from the University of Waterloo’s School of Planning.

It was a chilly but sunny day. 69 more words


#TuneTuesday | The Blue Cloud

This tune was on one of the first bagpiping albums I ever owned – Simon Fraser University Pipe Band’s “Live at Carnegie Hall.” The Canadian band recorded the album during a concert at the famed New York City music hall in 1997. 77 more words


#TuneTuesday | Mud Creek

Recently, we’ve had to make a few trips to Woodstock, Ontario, a journey that takes us down Highway 59 and across Mud Creek. On one of trips I was reminded of the tune by the same name written by Gordon Black, the founding Pipe Major of the Paris Port Dover Pipe Band. 37 more words


Scotch Tasting in support of National Service Dogs

This gig came about after I liked a tweet about the event and the organizer tweeted me back about piping at it, the night before the event happened. 115 more words