Donna Poulette of Eskasoni instructs how to make a traditional Mi’kmaq basket using sweetgrass and split brown ash.
Tag Archives | October 15
Full breakfast with fried or scrambled eggs, meats, breads, choice of juices, and tea or coffee.
A variety of soups and sandwiches, tea, and a variety of crafts for sale.
Heartwarming ballads and lively tunes from Cape Breton along with the best of Denmark’s fiddle style and the Orangedale whistle will blow with pride tonight.
A Cape Breton ceilidh is a visit that includes songs, tunes, dancing and always some Gaelic. We’re touching all the bases tonight in Port Morien.
There’s nothing better than watching two musicians who just love playing music together–that is, unless it’s four dynamic duos on the same night.
Most everyone brags at least a touch of Irish in their blood and tonight there’ll be no doubt as they sway to music from Ireland, the US, Norway and right here at home.
Dance is just as popular and exciting whether you come from Norway, Quebec, Scotland, Appalachia, or Cape Breton. This amazing array of dance styles will knock your socks off.