Author Archives: Rod Margason

October IPC Meeting on Sunday Oct. 11 @ 2:00 in Ballard

Greetings Pipers and friends,
October is upon us and it’s time for a club meeting.

Tom Creegan has generously offered his home as the meeting spot.

My apologies for the late notice, but my best intentions have lead me once again to the road to a place I’ve been before…

The Place: 8726 25th Ave. NW
The time: 2:00 – 5:00
The: reason: Looks like a rainy Sunday afternoon, and what better way to spend it than with the IPC

Bring your pipes, a snack to share, and something to drink and we’ll carry on in our usual (unusual) form! Hope you can make it, and once again my apologies for the last minute reminder.

Cheers,
Rod
IPC Treasurer

IPC Meeting Sunday March. 15, 2015

Greetings Pipers,

‘We’ll have an Irish Pipers’ Meeting this
Sunday afternoon in the newly remodeled confines of Murphy’s Pub in Wallingford. (corner of 45th & Meridian Ave.)

We realize that this is the
Sunday before St. Patrick’s, but hope you can make it out to meet up and help us make some plans for the coming months and re-connect.

Plan B: If it turns out the pub is too busy or not really suitable we can change venues to my house which is just a couple blocks away (4523 Corliss
Ave.)

Hope to see you there and all the best for St. Patrick’s!

Cheers,

Rod
IPC Treasurer

December IPC meeting this Sunday–Dec. 14 @ 2-5 p.m.

Greetings Pipers,
If you haven’t made it to a meeting lately, it is time to reconnect, play a few tunes, talk reeds and pipes, and make some plans for the future.
Where: Rod’s house in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle
When: Sunday Dec. 14 from 2 – 5 pm.
Why: Because it’s time!

Bring your pipes, a beverage or two, and some snacks to share if you’d like.
All the best for the upcoming Holiday season!
Cheers,

Rod
IPC Treasurer

IPC Piper’s Night at Ould Triangle Sat. Oct. 11

Greeting Pipers!
With the end of summer approaching, it’s time to reconvene the Club and re-establish contact with many of you. To that end, the committee has planned an event to get you out for a night of music in the Greenwood neighborhood of Seattle.

Our Vice Chairman, Phil White, has arranged for us to take the stage at the Ould Triangle, as an alternative to our usual monthly meeting. Please plan to come, bring your pipes to share a few favorite tunes, and invite other musicians to join you as well. Everyone is welcome!

Music begins at 9:00 but come early to socialize a bit and re-connect with other members of the club. This year we’d like to try some variations to the regular Sunday afternoon meetings, and would love increase attendance at IPC events. But especially, we would like to see you there, because it has been awhile!

Hope to see you SATURDAY night at the

Ould Triangle
9736 Greenwood Ave. N.
Seattle, WA
206-706-7798

Cheers and all the best,

Tom Quinn, Chairman
Phil White, Vice Chairman
Rod Margason, Treasurer

June Meeting in Snoqualamie–Sunday, June 8

Greeting pipers!

Thanks to all of you who made it out to play at Folklife last weekend.  We had 6 players on the Trad Stage on Saturday–Tom Quinn, Tom Creegan, Rod Margason, Bruce Singleton, Michael Cruite, and Greg Schnider.

Latest news:  Our monthly meeting will be at the new home of Sarah Young and her new husband, Ole.

Hope you can come by to join in a few tunes and to make some plans for the fall piping season!

8525 381st PL,
Snoqualmie WA 98965

Until Sunday!

Tom Quinn, Chairman  & Rod Margason, Treasurer