Register before April 30th for a chance to win free tuition
Potential students have until April 30th to complete their registration in order to be eligible for a week of free tuition. All registered at this point, plus additional registrations up until April 30 will go into a draw for the free week of tuition!
In addition, one student who is 18 or under will be considered for a free week of tuition. This is a prize donated by R. G. Hardie Bagpipes in Scotland. All the student needs to do is submit a letter (250 words or less) outlining why they believe they would be a worthy recipient. They may choose to submit a video recording of their playing along with their letter.
Reminder: Ottawa Branch Piobaireachd Contest
Submit your videos by May 15th
Since 2018, the Ottawa Branch has held an annual piobaireachd contest for amateur pipers. This year, we are hosting the event online through a video submission contest format (which we used for the Knockouts).
Competing is FREE for Branch members: The 2020-21 season marks the 50th anniversary of the Ottawa Branch. To mark this milestone, participation will be FREE for all Branch members that have paid their membership dues.
Judges for this event will be Colin MacLellan and Andrew Hayes.
PPBSO Online Contest Series
The Master Entry Form is now ready for download! Members can enter online! (non-members are also welcome to enter these events!)
Competitors can now enter to take part in the PPBSO’s exciting season of six online competitions (and don’t miss the Western Branch’s Kiwanis competition May 16!). Championship Supreme points will be awarded for all events!
Competitors can register by either logging in to their PPBSO member account or by downloading and completing the Master Entry Form and follow the instructions included on the page.
The online competitions are as follows:
June 12 – Ontario Championships
July 1 – Embro Highland Games Online
July 10 – Kincardine Games Online
July 17 – The PPBSO Championships
July 31 – Glengarry Highland Games Online
August 14 – Fergus – Canadian Championships
Championship Supreme points are a part of all events – including the May 16, Kiwanis competition (a reminder: individuals with the highest aggregate number of points at the end of the online season will be awarded the “Champion Supreme” award for their competitive category – and receive prize recognition).