Bacon, scrambled eggs, hash browns, baked beans, oatcakes, biscuits, tea, coffee, juice.
Tag Archives | October 12
Acadian Gaelic singer Tess LeBlanc and fiddler Roy Johnstone examine the intersections of Atlantic Canadian musical traditions.
An open house for old friends and new, with hands-on blacksmith demos and stories from the forge.
Pancakes, sausages, homemade biscuits, juice and bottomless tea or coffee.
Start your day by learning Cape Breton-style step dance, and an Inverness set of Square Dance.
Participants will complete a small basket of wood fibres native to Cape Breton.
Prepared food, fresh local produce, meat, bread, wine, and handcrafts; from vendors from all over the Island.
An opportunity 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.