|Posted by Ryan Henderson on September 8, 2016 at 6:05 PM||comments (0)|
On Saturday October 22nd, please join us for a celebration for the ages. The SLCPB will be holding their fourth annual ceildih in the Simonds Lions Auditorium, bringing you a little piece of Scotland.
|Posted by Ryan Henderson on December 24, 2015 at 6:15 AM||comments (0)|
Year 2015 has come and gone and we as a band are proud to say its been a huge success. Though out the year we made a number of changes from our competition repertoire, to an extra competition (first place), and moving our annual fund raising dinner to the fall. As always we paid our respect to the men and women that fought for our freedom by preforming at the 2015 Rememberance Day Ceremony at Harbour Station and there was true emotion felt in that room that day. We also had a lot of fun as always playing at all of the other venues we visited afterwards.
The band played hard and celebrated harder as the year comes to a close. I think its safe to say that we put up a good fight and now we can settle down with some egg nog and reflect on what we have accomplished. As always we will be back in the new year with hot chanters and pads, working at our next master piece for 2016.
We would love to thank everyone that made 2015 a great success and we will see you again for another round as always in the new year.
|Posted by Jeremy Thom on August 21, 2015 at 4:10 AM||comments (0)|
You asked for a ceilidh? You got it. Please join us on the night of October 24th for a celebration scottish culture, and support a good cause in your commuity. There will be food, entertainment and plenty of fun to go around.
Ryan Paul Henderson
|Posted by Jeremy Thom on July 2, 2015 at 11:40 PM||comments (0)|
This years competition season is off to a good start. June 20th Moncton Highland Games closed with the Lions taking 3rd place overall for the grade 4 Medley as well as the MSR. Those first scores were just enough for us to make some adjustments for Pugwash Gathering of the Clans, where we brought home first place for the grade 4 MSR on New Scotland's soil.
There's no time to rest our sticks and chanters yet..... There is always room for improvement and we are aiming to take home the title on home soil as the NewBrunswick Highland game grow near. Plenty of photos and video coming in the near future.
|Posted by Jeremy Thom on April 23, 2014 at 2:45 PM||comments (0)|
Our Tartan Day Festivities have come and gone. The Band would like to thank all in attendance for making it a wonderful night! We would also like to thank those individuals and organizations for their contributions to the silent and live auctions. Lastly, a big THANK YOU to the volunteers who helped make the evening happen.