Erik Evans of Port Angeles entertains a small gathering at River Run Farm in Sequim on Oct. 14. Evans started performing short Scottish bagpipe performances, mostly in Port Angeles and some in Sequim, since the COVID-19 pandemic struck earlier this year. Going under the moniker Parking Lot Pipers, Evans is occasionally joined by one or two other musicians —including Dr. Tom McCurdy — as they entertain people in parking lots at various venues where people listen for a few minutes and go about their day. “People seem to like it so I’m going to continue to play,” Evans said last week. Evans is available, as his business card notes, for “weddings, funerals, divorces and other special occasions.” See www.facebook.com/parkinglotpiper. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

Erik Evans of Port Angeles entertains a small gathering at River Run Farm in Sequim on Oct. 14. Evans started performing short Scottish bagpipe performances, mostly in Port Angeles and some in Sequim, since the COVID-19 pandemic struck earlier this year. Going under the moniker Parking Lot Pipers, Evans is occasionally joined by one or two other musicians —including Dr. Tom McCurdy — as they entertain people in parking lots at various venues where people listen for a few minutes and go about their day. “People seem to like it so I’m going to continue to play,” Evans said last week. Evans is available, as his business card notes, for “weddings, funerals, divorces and other special occasions.” See www.facebook.com/parkinglotpiper. Sequim Gazette photo by Michael Dashiell

PHOTO: Bagpiping amidst the pandemic

Erik Evans of Port Angeles entertains a small gathering at River Run Farm in Sequim on Oct. 14.

Evans started performing short Scottish bagpipe performances, mostly in Port Angeles and some in Sequim, since the COVID-19 pandemic struck earlier this year.

Going under the moniker Parking Lot Pipers, Evans is occasionally joined by one or two other musicians —including Dr. Tom McCurdy — as they entertain people in parking lots at various venues where people listen for a few minutes and go about their day.

“People seem to like it so I’m going to continue to play,” Evans said last week. Evan is available, as his business card notes, for “weddings, funerals, divorces and other special occasions.”

See www.facebook.com/parkinglotpiper.

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