09/17/09 203 W, 1 I - + 10 - 9 Fourth Annual Tartan Ball, Friday, Nov. 13

The Wake & District Public Safety Pipes and Drums Fourth Annual Tartan Ball is Friday, November 13, 2009 from 8:00 p.m. to midnight at the Downtown Raleigh Sheraton Hotel. Tickets are now on sale, available exclusively through PayPal. This year's guest band is the North Carolina State University Pipes & Drums, under the direction of Pipe Major John Sprague. The evening will also feature the Inis Cairde School of Irish Dance, Raleigh Scottish Country Dancers, and Jo Moore Kalat School of Scottish Dance. Adult kegged beverages and appetizers are included as part of the ticket. A full-service cash bar is also available.
The Tartan Ball is limited to only 320 tickets. That is, 318 tickets, as Mr. Blogger bought two. As soon as the last ticket is sold via PayPal, no more will be made available, and you'll have to wait until their fifth anniversary party in 2011. To purchase tickets, visit www.ForOurFallen.org and click the PayPal link. Note that a PayPal account is not required to purchase tickets, which will be waiting for you at the door. See you there!
Next question, who's the piper behind the mask in this cool poster? Click to slightly enlarge:

I bought my ticket, and I know who is under the mask. I only wish I was there to see Lloyd Johnson standing in the fountain to get the picture.
Mike - 09/18/09 - 11:16

I’ve got mine as well, and also know who’s under the mask… awesome poster, and can’t wait for this year’s Tartan Ball.
CFP 7021 - 09/18/09 - 12:30

Corrected the posting title, which inexplicably read Nov. 18. Just call me Bad Typist.
Legeros - 09/19/09 - 14:21

Ok brothers and sisters tickets are selling, so don’t miss out on one heck of a good party! Beer, food, music, dancing, raffle prizes and more! So don’t wait get your tickets now!
Jason Lane - 09/27/09 - 21:30

And all those legs, my god, the legs on display!

Real men wear kilts.
Legeros - 09/27/09 - 21:35

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