Winterguard 2017Winter Guard 2017The Winter Guard program takes the Color Guard off the football field and into the gymnasium.  The guard performs many of the same type of movements they do in marching band, but they perform to recorded music rather than accenting a live musical performance.  Judges critique the show and give the guard a score and a ranking amongst other guards in their own class.

A typical performance starts with the crew (typically the guard parents) rolling out a large printed or painted vinyl tarp across the gym floor to serve as the stage for the show.  The guard members set up their equipment and get ready for their performance.  Then the music starts and the magic starts!  The performers will dance, twirl flags, spin rifles or sabres, and sometimes use other props to tell their story.  When the performance ends the guard collects their equipment and the crew folds up and hauls out the tarp to clear the field for the next group. 

 

2019 Winter Programs Information Booklet

Here is some useful information about the P-CEP Winter Percussion and Winter Guard programs.

 

Winter Guard Participation Agreement

The online Participation Agreement can be found here:  https://www.pcmb.net/winter-guard-participation-agreement.   You need to log in first to access the form.  Once you complete the online form, the system will email you a completed participation agreement that you will need to print, sign and turn in to the white mailbox with the appropriate commitment fee no later than 12/14/2018.

 

2019 Schedule

This is the FINAL Winter Percussion schedule for 2019. 

 

2017 Show - Warhol

The Plymouth-Canton Winterguard's 2017 show entitled "Warhol" is a look into the life and legacy of Andy Warhol. The members starting off by exploring his off putting and strange personality, and then became his artwork and brought it to life on the floor.

 

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Questions about the P-CEP Winter Guard Program?
Contact our Guard Director Lucas Schmidt.