CLB Regimental Band

at 82 Harvey Road, St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, A1B 4JB Canada

The CLB Regimental Band is a volunteer community concert/marching band that participates in numerous civic and other events throughout the year. Affiliated with the CLB in Newfoundland, the CLB Regimental Band is over 120 years old and going strong!


CLB Regimental Band
82 Harvey Road
St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador , NL A1B 4JB
Canada
Contact Phone
P: 7097305054
Website
http://regimentalband.theclb.ca

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Tour of Honour Fact #7 The Regimental Band was present on the pier when the First 500 embarked on the Florizel, playing “God Be With You ‘Til We Meet Again”.

Published on 2015-03-23 21:40:42 GMT

Tour of Honour Fact #6: Worldwide, more than 250,000 members of the CLB served during the Great War.

Published on 2015-03-09 13:38:10 GMT

This upcoming Wednesday, the CLB Band will be performing at a Dessert Party and Silent Auction fundraiser for 2355 CLB Army Cadet Corps. The CLB has been sponsoring the Corps since 1949 when the program was introduced to Newfoundland. There still are tickets left, if you wish to attend please call Captain Cory Janes at (709)-693-6561, there will be lots of treats along with good music. Hope to see you there!

Published on 2015-03-03 00:28:26 GMT

This upcoming Wednesday, the CLB Band will be performing at a Dessert Party and Silent Auction fundraiser for 2355 CLB Army Cadet Corps. The CLB has been sponsoring the Corps since 1949 when the program was introduced to Newfoundland. There still are tickets left, if you wish to attend please call Captain Cory Janes at (709)-693-6561, there will be lots of treats along with good music. Hope to see you there!

Published on 2015-03-02 21:15:13 GMT

This upcoming Wednesday, the CLB Band will be performing at a Dessert Party and Silent Auction fundraiser for 2355 CLB Army Cadet Corps. The CLB has been sponsoring the Corps since 1949 when the program was introduced to Newfoundland. There still are tickets left, if you wish to attend please call Captain Cory Janes at (709)-693-6561, there will be lots of treats along with good music. Hope to see you there!

Published on 2015-03-01 23:13:19 GMT

Tour of Honour Fact #5: The Band currently boasts 36 members playing brass, woodwind and percussion instruments. But there’s always room for more, contact us!

Published on 2015-02-23 13:56:05 GMT

With the Valentine’s Day Cabaret behind us, we are looking forward to an exciting March month. On the 1st we’ll be visiting St. Marks Anglican Church; the 3rd of March will bring us to the 2355 CLB Army Cadet Corps Dessert Night Fundraiser (details to follow); and finally, the 15th will be our 52nd year performing for the People of the Sea Service at George St. United Church. Keep an eye on our website for more dates and let us know if you’re going to see us over March!

Published on 2015-02-21 17:01:49 GMT

With the Valentine’s Day Cabaret behind us, we are looking forward to an exciting March month. On the 1st we’ll be visiting St. Marks Anglican Church; the 3rd of March will bring us to the 2355 CLB Army Cadet Corps Dessert Night Fundraiser (details to follow); and finally, the 15th will be our 52nd year performing for the People of the Sea Service at George St. United Church. Keep an eye on our website for more dates and let us know if you’re going to see us over March!

Published on 2015-02-18 15:02:36 GMT

Tour of Honour Fact #4: The first volunteer for the Nfld Regiment was Leonard T. Stick of the CLB. He later became Captain, finishing his career in the Indian Army.

Published on 2015-02-15 22:39:50 GMT

Tour of Honour Fact #3: Of the more than 500 members of the CLB who enlisted, some 136 paid the supreme sacrifice, 52 have no known grave.

Published on 2015-02-12 19:47:57 GMT

Did you know that 100 years ago this week was the sinking of the HMS Clan MacNaughton? The 4 985 ton vessel carried 281 men and was considered an armed merchant cruiser. She was last heard from on February 3rd, 1915 in bad weather. All aboard were considered lost, including 22 members of the Newfoundland Royal Naval Reserve, 4 of which were members of the CLB.

Published on 2015-02-07 17:25:43 GMT

Tour of Honour Fact # 2: "The CLB Regimental Band meets approximately 110 times annually and accounts for roughly 10,000 hours of volunteer time from its membership"