LASR.net Homepage




Menu

The McPherson Pipe Band Performance

Starting date:

Always call # confirm
Event# 785-625-9014

Event Details

The McPherson Pipe Band Performance

The McPherson Pipe Band, based out of McPherson, Kansas, was established in 1981. Under the direction of Pipe Major Ty Kaufman and Drum Sergeant Chris Bailey, the band promotes Celtic music and arts. Enjoy the Celtic music plus learn about the instruments and heritage of the traditional dress and accessories. This is an enormously popular musical event each year, so come early to get a good seat!
2:00 PM - 4:00 PM

The McPherson Pipe Band Performance

Address : Hays Public Library, 1205 Main Hays KS
Phone : 785-625-9014   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : nhusmann@hayspublib.org

Web Address :
Admission Fee : FREE

Additional Notes :

Music Shows

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Plymouth Stone Schoolhouse

When the Germans settled on the Kansas high plains over a century ago, after homesteading their farm and establishing a church, the next priority was to build a schoolhouse. This schoolhouse was originally built in Russell County in the 1870'

Hays, KS Historic Schoolhouses

Sternberg Museum of Natural History

Within the four story domed museum, you will find a recreated day 88 million years ago when the mighty Tyrannosaurus haunted the land and Kansas was covered by an inland sea.

Hays, KS Museums

Historic Iron Crosses

Numerous iron cross grave markers are located in the cemeteries throughout Ellis County near the outskirts of the communities. The St. Fidelis Cemetery north of Victoria attracts many visitors because of the unusual iron crosses. Out of town visitors on their way to see the magnificent “

Hays, KS Historic Cemeteries

Hays Arts Center Gallery

The Center is the home of the Hays Arts Council, Kansas'

Hays, KS Arts

Volga-German House

Located on the grounds of the Ellis County Historical Museum is a replica of a Volga German house furnished with authentic household items used by the Volga German settlers. The first homes built by our early settlers were constructed of sod. Typically the homes were 28 feet long and 16

Hays, KS Museums

Things to do near Hays, KS