The Flint Scottish Pipe Band has the distinction of being the oldest continuously running Pipe Band in Michigan and will celebrate its one-hundredth birthday at a special ceilidh this Saturday (2/27) in Davison at the Knights of Columbus Hall from 6 PM - 12 AM. A ceilidh (cay-lee) is a celebration of music, song and dance. Click here for more information and tickets.

The band was founded in 1916 by Scottish Immigrants intent on preserving their Scottish heritage through the music and dress of their homeland. The Flint Scottish Pipe Band’s mission is to introduce the tradition of the Highland Band to communities through performance in parades, competitions and special events.