Based in Maxville Ontario, home of the Glengarry Highland Games and The North American Pipe Band Championships, the Glengarry Pipe Band can be seen competing in Canada, the U.S., and overseas and also performing at local charitable events, community functions, and parades.

The Grade 3 band is led by Pipe Major Ross Davison with lead drummer Jim Bush. If you are a piper or drummer come and join the most progressive pipe band between Toronto and the Maritimes. We strive to accomplish the best in music and to foster a friendly competitive spirit and community involvement in our youth.

This year, as we have several times in the past, we look to field a Grade 5 level training band within the community to teach our novice players the basics of performance and competition.

photo courtesy Mark Passmore

What's New

2014 - The season has officially come to an end this weekend. The Grade 3 band capped it off with a trip to the New Hampshire Highland Games. Both bands are now shifting their focus towards the 2015 season.

A big thank you goes out to the leadership of both bands for all their continued hard work and dedication. We'd also like to thank all of our supporters, followers, parents, family and friends for all of their support. See you all next season!



2013...From Glengarry to Glasgow

The 2013 season proved to be both busy and rewarding for Glengarry with numerous prizes taken throughout Ontario during the summer season. The year was capped with both a 2nd place finish in the Grade 4 competition at the North American championships on our home field at Maxville and a 6th place finish in the Grade 4A division at the World Pipe Band Championships in Glasgow in August. Special thanks to all our supporters who helped with the band's fundraising throughout the year to help make our trip possible.

Vancouver Ladies PB trophy
2013 World Pipe Band Championships







Thanks to everyone who helped make our 50th Anniversary a great time for all our alumni. We hope to see you all again at our centennial celebrations....





2014 Schedule

March 16 - St. Patrick's Day Parade Montreal

April 19th - Toronto Indoor Competition

May 10th - Ottawa Branch Indoor Games Kemptville

May 24th - Kingston Celtfest Rideau Campground

June 14th Georgetown Highland Games

June 21st - Cobourg Highland Games

June 28th - Highland on the Rideau Smiths Falls

July 1st - Canada Day Parade Alexandria

July 19th -Cambridge Highland Games

August 2nd - Glengarry Highland Games

August 3rd - Montreal Highland Games

August 9th - Fergus Highland Games

August 23rd - North Lanark Highland Games

Sept. 20-21st - New Hampshire Highland Games







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2012 Glengarry Pipe Band