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The Rob Roy Pipe Band and Highland Dancers of Kingston, Ontario, Canada is a strong community organization with a long history of offering instruction in piping, drumming and dancing. As one of only a few permanently integrated band and dancer groups, Rob Roy performs in over 200 engagements (parades, community events, competitions) a year throughout Canada, the United States, and Scotland.

 

Grade 4 band ends their season with another win!

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The grade 4 band ended their competitive season at the Fergus highland games on August 9 with another first place finish! Congratulations to the band on an excellent season. In 8 contests this summer the band received 7 first place finishes, one 2nd, a North American Championship, and the title of PPBSO Champion Supreme for […]

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Busy Summer for Rob Roy Dancers

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The Rob Roy Highland Dancers have enjoyed a very successful summer of competing at Highland Games throughout the province. The dancers always enjoy getting outdoors to compete after a long winter of events held in gyms at local schools.  In addition to competing the dancers are also busy performing in shows along with the band. […]

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2014 North American Champions!!!

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The Rob Roy grade 4 pipe band has continued their fantastic competition season by taking home the grade 4 North American championship for 2014!!  On a very hot and humid day in Maxville, Ontario, Rob Roy went up against 13 others bands from Ontario, Nova Scotia, Ohio, New Jersey and Florida. After an excellent performance […]

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Rob Roy’s winning streak continues!

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The grade 4 band has continued their excellent season with wins at 3 more contests. In Georgetown the band placed first and won best pipes, best drums and best bass. Pipe Major Scott Bell, lead drummer Chris Bell and the band mascot Rob Chicken celebrate in the beer tent at Georgetown.   On a beautiful […]

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Rob Roy wins in Ottawa and Kingston!

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Both the grade 4 and grade 5 bands are off to a great start for the competition season! At the Ottawa Indoor games held in Kemptville on May 10 the quartet, grade 4, and grade 5 bands all took first place. A big congratulations goes out to the grade 5 band on their first place […]

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Classes and Practice Cancelled – Wednesday, March 12, 2014

Piping, Drumming and Dancing practice and classes are cancelled for Wednesday, March 12, 2014 due to bad weather.

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Annual Burns’ Dinner a Great Success!

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On Saturday, January 25th, Rob Roy once again celebrated its annual Robbie Burns’ Dinner, honouring the famous Scottish poet, at the Rideau Acres Campground.  There was a great turnout of Rob Roy members, friends, family, and community members despite the wild weather outside.  After a performance by the Rob Roy Pipe Band and Highland Dancers, […]

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Fundraising Concert for the MS Society. Friday, April 25, 2014 @ 7:00pm

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The band and dancers are joining Turpin’s Trail in a fundraising concert for the MS Society on Friday April 25 at the Vimy Officer’s Mess at CFB Kingston. Tickets are $20 and all money raised goes directly to the MS Society right here in Kingston! Please consider coming out to support a great cause and […]

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2nd Annual Rob Roy Trivia Night is Coming Up! Saturday, March 22, 2014

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The 2nd Annual Rob Roy Trivia Night is coming up on Saturday March 22 at Rideau Acres. We had a lot of fun at this event last year and we have decided to do it again! Please see the info below: Teams of 4 people (no substitutes) Entry fee $40.00 per team Prizes for various […]

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February 16, 2014 – Rob Roy Highland Dancers Compete in Ottawa

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Rob Roy dancers had a very successful day at the Ottawa Highland Dancing Association’s Annual choreography competition on February 16th. Our broadswords team of Catherine, Madison, AnnMarie, and Finley walked away with the first prize in their category, and Maggie and Gillian’s duet, “My Heart’s In the Highlands” came second in their category. Lots of […]

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