Workshops for young people (grouped in ages 4-7 and 8-14) to learn about Gaelic culture: song, fiddle, step dancing, square dancing, percussion and more.
Tag Archives | October 11
In this exhibit the viewer will see examples of contemporary portraiture, still life, and landscape. Works of artists collective PLANS (professional living artists of Nova Scotia).
Show and sale of a wide variety of handicrafts made by local artists working in fibre.
Fresh local produce, baked goods, artisan crafts, a Market Café offering brunch, and a local fisherman will demonstrate the intricate weaving used in the construction of traditional lobster traps.
An open house with stories from the forge, and you can give blacksmithing a try with hands-on demonstrations.
Start your day off learning some Cape Breton style step dancing and how to weave your way through a square set.
Local artists and artisans from the community display and sell their handiwork, including pottery, turned wood, paintings, jewellery and textiles.
Breakfast, including: ham,scrambled eggs, hash browns, baked beans, oatcakes, toast, biscuits, tea, coffee, juice.