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UPCOMING EVENTS February 25, 2015Red Hot Chilli PipersThe Venue, Peterborough, Ontario

February 27, 2015MacKenzie Caledonian in Concert

TIP OF THE DAY
Pipers: Need to manipulate your pipe chanter reed? – use a pen knife or Xacto knife instead of sandpaper. You have much more control on the amount of cane you take off with a knife vs. sandpaper. And it is much better for the cane itself; other woodworkers call this technique “feathering.”
Donald MacPhee, reedmaker, Alexandria, Scotland