Road trip – by sea! West Seattle High School Band in Victoria

May 17, 2014 at 4:00 pm | In West Seattle news, West Seattle schools, WS culture/arts | 2 Comments

(Behind the band, that’s the historic Empress hotel in Victoria)
If you happen to be visiting Victoria this weekend, be on the lookout for the West Seattle High School Marching Band! Parent Steve W shares photos and this report:

The WSHS Marching Band, under direction of Ethan Thomas, is spending the weekend in Victoria for the Victoria Day Parade and other events. We rode the Clipper up this morning and just finished our first performance at the Lower Causeway.

(And behind the band from this angle, that’s the Parliamentary building in B.C.)
The Victoria Day Parade is the provincial capital’s biggest parade of the year, and is coming up on Monday, the provincial holiday celebrated in honor of Queen Victoria’s birthday.

2 Comments

  1. Such a fun parade!! My high school did it twice and it was a blast both times!

    Comment by trickycoolj — 10:23 pm May 17, 2014 #

  2. Sharing a hotel with the West Seattle High School Band. We have a very nice group representing our community. Nice job Mr Thomas!

    Comment by Jim — 7:34 am May 18, 2014 #

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