Tea, coffee and treats will be served and community members will gather to share stories of events from days gone by.
Tag Archives | October 13
Gather in Glencoe Station, birthplace of John Allan Cameron to celebrate the songs of Canada’s “Celtic Music Godfather”. Song Session led by Buddy MacDonald.
This workshop teaches Roddie’s Square Set, followed by a dance with live players and caller. Tea and light lunch to be served during the break. Local craftspeople will be on hand to sell their wares.
A daily open mic hosted by Michael Cavanaugh, where all musicians are welcome to come and play. Listeners are welcome too.
Multi-award winning fiddler Dwayne Côté offers this class to advanced fiddle players who wish to learn more difficult techniques and sets of Cape Breton Fiddle tunes.
Jennifer and Hazel Wrigley share their blend of traditional, contemporary and original material, infused with jazz, blues and ragtime flavours.
This is a unique showcase of local arts and crafts for sale or for your viewing pleasure.
Weaving is acknowledged as one of the oldest surviving crafts in the world, and it is alive in Cape Breton. Come and try your hand at throwing a shuttle.