Welcome to the Lethbridge Legion Pipe Band home page. The Legion band, officially the Pipes and Drums of the General Stewart Royal Canadian Legion Branch #4, was resurrected in its current incarnation in 2005, and was incorporated as a non-profit society in the spring of 2007. The band tartan is a hunting Stewart (weathered colours).
|Spring Fling 2014|
|Saturday, March 15|
|In the Memorial Hall of the Lethbridge Legion (use the north entrance)|
Live music from our own Ian Hepher and D'Arcy Kavanagh
Performance by the Lethbridge Legion pipe band
|Tickets: $20 each, from band members and the Legion front desk|
(Children 12 and under free accompanied by an adult with ticket)
|Cash bar -- 50/50 draw -- door prize -- light lunch provided|
|Doors open 7:30 PM -- Live entertainment begins at 8 PM|
|Warming up before the Lundbreck parade on August 24. Going around the circle to the right starting with pipers with backs to the camera: Liam, Bob, Rob, Jon, Jana, David, Tyler (hidden from view by Bob), Jan, Darcy, Dallas and at the left edge of the field of view, Susan. [Photo by Laurie Kaminski]|
|At the front of the parade with Shawna in our ranks, just behind the Mounties. [Photo by Laurie Kaminski]|
The band meets Wednesday evenings at the Legion from 7 PM until roughly 9 PM. When weather permits, much of the practice takes place outside. Intermediate practice chanter/beginner pipes start at about 6:15 PM most Wednesdays, and beginners on the practice chanter meet most Saturday mornings at 10 AM.