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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Puget Sound Pirates Added to MHN/Music


The newest member of MHN/Music is the Puget Sound Pirates, a professional re-enactment group that performs in costume from the period 1650 to 1740 at public events and private functions, including birthdays, parades, company meetings, and festivals. The group provides music, dance, performance and crowd interaction. Some performances are family friendly, others are intended for adults. A portion of proceeds goes to the "Irish Rose Pirate Ship" project, which aims to build a five-million dollar replica of an 18th century English warship in Port Townsend. They don't have a CD out yet, and we're waiting breathlessly! In the meantime, contact them today for a fun addition to your event. (Photo courtesy Puget Sound Pirates.)

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