Northumberland Military Tattoo
Saturday 04 May 2019, 10:00am - 03:00pm
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Military tattooLocal Cadets are joined by local Pipes and Drums, Highland Dancing and Drill Teams - hosted all in one place for this rare combined event.

The first ever Military Tattoo in Northumberland occured in 1919, to honour the end of The Great War. 100 years later, we felt it was high time to revisit this type of an event - to honour and thank those who serve Canada, in our own local way.

This time around, our Tattoo is both a fundraiser as well as an opportunity for the local organizations to show the people of Northumberland what is available all around them.

We want to introduce the heart of these participating organizations to our families, friends and neighbours. The stiring sounds of the pipes and drums, the precision contact of the boots on the drill square - it is going to be an exciting event! Come out to enjoy the many presentations by these fine organizations.

Participants include:

  • Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps 116 Skeena
  • Navy League Cadet Corps 194 Northumberland,
  • Port Hope Legion Pipe and Drums,
  • Cobourg Legion Pipe and Drums,
  • Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron 718 Yukon,
  • Royal Canadian Air Cadet Squadron 598 Cobourg Sabre,
  • Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps 2777 Campbellford, and Hastings and Prince Edward Regiment

Information about all of these groups, what they do, when they meet, and how you can get involved with them, will be available at this event.

Admission is for the entire day, 10 am - 3 pm, "In and Out" privileges allowed.

Tickets are priced as follows:

Adults $10
Seniors (65+) $5
Child (5-10 yrs) $5
Children under 5 are Free

For more information about this event visit Skeena Iceland on Facebook or call (905) 885-5659

Advance tickets at EventBrite here.

To learn more about the HMCS Skeena itself, visit


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