CRANFORD—The Union County Police and Fire Pipes and Drums band will celebrate its 9th anniversary with a Pub Night on Friday, November 6, at 7:30 p.m. in The Commons at Union County College in Cranford.
Union County’s only bagpipe band, and one of the largest in New Jersey, will honor Elizabeth Fire Chief Edward Sisk, Father George Gillen of St. Genevieve’s in Elizabeth and photographer Jim Lowney of Kenilworth.
“Pub night is a perfect opportunity to thank and honor individuals like Ed, Jimmy and Father Gillen who have supported the band over the years,” said Pipe Major Ed Donnelly.
The band’s Pub Night will be a celebration of Celtic music with a powerful performance by the Union County Police and Fire Pipes and Drums and entertainment by The Snakes.
The Union County Police and Fire Pipes & Drums band was formed in March, 2001. The majority of the band is comprised of Union County police officers and firefighters proud to display their Irish heritage. The band is active all year long performing at scores of community and social events throughout Union County and New Jersey.
Pub Night tickets cost $20 and include food, beer and soda. The event on Nov. 6 begins at 7:30 p.m. in The Commons at Union County College located at 1033 Springfield Avenue in Cranford.
For tickets and more information, contact Ed Donnelly at 1-908-296-6797 or Dennis Connor at 1-908-230-7084.
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