The group will open the "ceilidh" (Scottish social gathering) at 7 p.m. after a $10-a-plate spaghetti dinner and awards presentation to the top pipe bands from the region. Then the music -- or piping -- begins, with the hall expected to be filled with bagpipers from Sacramento to San Francisco, including some of the top bagpipe bands in the country.
Donna Willy, who is a popular piper at Pleasanton events along with her fellow bagpiper husband John, encourages those who play a bagpipe to join in the fun.
For more information or to make a spaghetti dinner reservation, call the Willys at 461-7445 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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