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Clan Thompson Pipe Band and Friends returns for fourth year

Photo from last year’s concert.
Photo from last year’s concert. - File
ANTIGONISH, N.S. —

The Clan Thompson Pipe Band, under the direction of pipe major Scott Williams and lead drummer Judy Smith, both of Antigonish, will return to St. James United Church on Sunday afternoon, July 7, with an all-star cast of performers.

The cast features; Emery Van de Wiel on flute and vocals, Martha Palmer on accordion and vocals, fiddler Karen Beaton accompanied by Leona Williams on piano, trumpet and flute by Luke and Mary Henderson, organist Sandra Johnson, a Scottish small pipes ensemble, dancers from the Smith School of Highland Dance, and in his debut solo performance, piper Oakley MacLean of St. Andrews.

The emcee will be Jack Langlois, Stellarton, Pictou County town crier.

The concert will start at 2:30 p.m. Admission is $10 with children under 12 admitted free with an adult.

All proceeds will be directed to the St. James Music Bursary Fund.

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