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UPCOMING EVENTS September 27, 2014Celtic ClassicBethlehem, PA

September 27, 2014St. Louis Scottish GamesForest Park

October 3, 2014Kiltsandmore Workshop for BagpiperKiltsandmore Hauptstrasse 74, 69242 in Mulhouse

October 11, 2014Leinster Solo ChampionshipsPalmerstown, Co. Dublin

October 11, 2014Indianapolis Highland Games Solo Piping ContestIndianapolis, IN

TIP OF THE DAY
Pipers: Avoid using a bag that is too big for you and stick to a standard size – sometimes called a regular or medium size, depending on make – and approximately 10.5 inches deep.
James Begg, Begg Bagpipes, Glasgow