Community market with local handicrafts and produce for sale.
Tag Archives | October 11
Pancakes hot off the grill, sausages, homemade tea biscuits, juice and a bottomless cup of tea or coffee.
Prepared food, fresh local produce, meat, bread, craft beer, and handicrafts from vendors from all over the island.
Located at the Gaelic College in St. Ann’s, the licensed Festival Club offers an opportunity for artists to showcase in a more informal setting, as well as get a session in with friends and colleagues from near and far.
From devotion to dynamite, these sister teams will delight with songs and lively tunes from Orkney, the Isle of Skye, the US and Cape Breton. You’ll feel the love!
Old festival friends and new musical pals bring us a taste of the joy of making music together. Warning….. it may make you hungry for more.
From Scotland to Louisiana and Cape Breton, accordions, fiddles and songs connect us all. Expect a few laughs along with the tunes.
It’s Kelly’s dream come true as Terry Kelly meets the Beatons of Mabou, Väsen from Sweden and Dannsa from Scotland.