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Bagpipes at the Boathouse [318] 

7/17/13: For the first time ever, the sound of bagpipes rang through the air at the Auer Family Boathouse (AKA Charlie's Boathouse) in Burlington on Wednesday night. St. Andrew's Pipe Band of Vermont, the longest continuously operating pipe band in the state, brought the entertainment and the neighborhood turned out to listen. Charlie Auer and his sister Christine Auer Hebert were on hand to welcome the visitors and even a rainstorm or two didn't dampen the fun.

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