Published: January 31, 2001

Toronto Indoor Games Scheduled for April 21

The Toronto Indoor Games, one of North America’s oldest indoor piping traditions, is scheduled to return on April 21, 2001, after a two-year hiatus.

The event will be held at Fort York Armoury, home of the Toronto Scottish Regiment, in Toronto’s west end. Over twenty years have passed since the event was held in at an armoury, a traditional venue for the competition.

All solo piping and drumming events will be available, as well as a mini-band competition for all grades. Pipers & Pipe Band Society of Ontario 2001 Champion Supreme points will be applied to the amateur solo competitions.

“Holding the Toronto Indoor Games has been cost-prohibitive for the last two years,” said PPBSO Toronto Branch president Jim McDonald. “This year we’re fortunate to have been able to work out an economical way to hold the games, thanks to the suppport of our good friends at Fort York Armoury.”

Further information on the event may be obtained from PPBSO Toronto Branch vice president Ross Murdoch.

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