SCB Band


Latest Update   (June 8, 2022)
     The Skagit Community Band will perform music at Skagit Valley College on June 16. 

Music During the Pandemic

Live Concerts
April 15 Concert
     Maple Hall in La Conner, 7:30 PM
     The theme for this concert was "Let's Dance", with added jazz and showtunes.

October Concert
     Our first concert was at Maple Hall on October 29, 2021 at 7:30 PM.
     Masks and proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test were required at the door. 

The Holiday Concert
     Our second concert was at Maple Hall on December 11, 2021 at 7:30 PM and featured special guests "A Town Big Band".
     Masks and proof of vaccination or negative Covid-19 test were required at the door. 

Virtual Concerts
First Virtual Concert
  ( click here)     The concert was recorded at Maple Hall in La Conner.

Second Virtual Concert
(click here
     Bringing It All Back Home"
. This is the theme for our second virtual concert.     
    The concert was recorded on Saturday, May 15th at the New Life at the Well church in Mount Vernon.


Skagit Community Band

The Skagit Community Band has been performing in the Skagit Valley for more than 40 years. Its rich history includes playing for the opening of the “Rest Stop” on I-5 north of Burlington, to the ground breaking of McIntyre Hall in Mount Vernon. The ensemble consists of members that believe in sharing and performing quality music. These musicians come from all walks of life and from all across the North Puget Sound including: Mount Vernon, Burlington, Bellingham, Anacortes, Sedro-Woolley, Whidbey Island, and La Conner. From September to June we rehearse once a week on Tuesday nights from 7:00-9:00 in the La Venture band room (this is new). Our season consists of concerts performed in La Conner and Anacortes three times a year. We also support the community by sponsoring fundraisers for the local school music programs, and by provideing funds for instrument repair and purchase for students. The Skagit Community Band is a 501(3)(c) organization.

Community is not just in our name but in the way we present our music.

Generally, the band performs concerts in late October, February, and early May. Performances have typically been given at Maple Hall, in La Conner, on a Friday evening, followed by a Sunday afternoon performance at Brodniak Hall, in Anacortes. The band also performs at the Skagit Valley College Commencement, in Mount Vernon, in June. The band participates in the 4th of July Parade in Anacortes, and an outdoor concert in La Conner at Gilkey Square, in August. See the Information Calendar for more detailed information on our performances. Live concerts have resumed.

Go to the Our Music page to listen to some of our music. Visit our Facebook page. And check out our Gallery to see photos of the band in performance.

SCB Mercantile Available for Purchase

If you are interested in purchasing SCB hats or shirts, go to CleverKathy Designs. She will donate 10% of each sale to the band.

Or use this Skagit Community Band Order Form for shirts with screened logos.

To Help Support the Band (new)

If you would like to help support the band, complete this form and send it in.   Note - (yes) - beginning in tax year 2020, the IRS allows an up to $600 dollar for dollar reduction of taxable income for contributions to charities.

This is in addition to the usual Schedule A deductions, and a wonderful way to contribute to the band.

Another way to give your support is to use this link: http://smile.amazon.com/ch/91-1874499 for shopping at Amazon. When you do this, Amazon donates 0.5% of the purchase price to the band. Easily copy this link to your favorites list and it will be ready the next time you use Amazon.Thank you.

The Skagit Community Band is a 501(3)(c) organization.

Vince Fejeran

Our conductor, Vince Fejeran, (picture from Donald Jonasson video)

Contact Us

For more information, contact Vince Fejeran, Director, at 466-4409, or email him at vmfejeran@gmail.com. To contact the webmaster, email him at: haworth@msn.com.