These three brothers from Foot Cape, Inverness County, have been playing music together since they were young. Kyle MacDonald is the fiddler of the group, and also plays mandolin, and percussion. Kyle’s twin brother Keith is the piper and guitarist while eldest brother Colin, who studied Gaelic Language and Traditional Music on Isle of Skye, Scotland plays piano. These three musicians create a powerful Cape Breton sound and guarantee a lively performance.
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Join presenter Geoffrey May for a discussion of highland history, as seen from the highlands.
Traditional Céilidh featuring storytelling, song and music all in a period setting at the Highland Village.
A celebration of Gaelic language focusing on stories of the local area. All ages welcome.
A traditional Céilidh featuring storytelling, music and a Gaelic song workshop. Refreshments served.
Come and enjoy a traditional Cape Breton Tea.
Join us for a traditional milling frolic in a period setting at the Highland Village.
Join in a traditional Milling frolic, and learn the process of felting wool while singing Gaelic songs.