You’re invited to celebrate the Flint Scottish Pipe Band’s 103rd Anniversary at their Annual Winter Ceilidh on Saturday, February 23, 6:30 PM – 12 AM, at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Davison.Doors open at 6 PM. Ceilidh (pronounced 'kay-lee') is a Scottish Gaelic word for a social event at which there is Scottish or Irish folk music and singing, traditional dancing and storytelling but is very close to the Irish word célidhe, so you'll enjoy a real mixture of Scottish and Irish folk music. See more information hereCeltic attire is encouraged. 

 

You’ll be entertained by Border Cities Caledonian Pipe Band, Flint Scottish Pipe Band, Grand Rapids & District Pipe Band and Grand Traverse Pipes & Drums with marches, jigs and reels, CrossBow, a seven piece high energy Celtic band, Ardan Academy of Irish Dance with traditional Irish folk dancing and the Highland Dancers of Mid-Michigan with traditional Scottish dancing.

 

Traditional Scottish food - Scotch eggs, Scottish meat pies and bridies, shortbread, mushy peas, haggis - will be available. Cash bar will include single malt Scotch whiskies.

 

Get tickets here or at the door. Get more information at the Flint Scottish Pipe Band website here or contact Tom Dillard at (989) 928-4687 or Rob Tripp at (313) 550-3652.

 
Photo courtesy of Flint Scottish Pipe Band.