Gather with local anglers and fly-tiers to share stories from fishing the Margaree over the years, followed by a fly-tying demonstration.
Tag Archives | October 16
This special storytelling tour of Highland Village is a folklife experience, giving you insight into the lives and stories of Nova Scotia Gaels. Reservations required.
A daily open mic hosted by Michael Cavanaugh, where all musicians are welcome to come and play. Listeners are welcome too.
Circular Sock Machines have a long history. Come learn about them during a demonstration from guild member Eileen MacNeil.
The Fretless share their favorite tune selections and discuss where they came from and why they’ve included them in their repertoire.
This is a unique showcase of local arts and crafts for sale or for your viewing pleasure.
The band We Banjo 3 demonstrates how brothers from Ireland can weave Old-time American bluegrass into their traditional style.
Marag Gheal / White pudding has long been a favourite food of the Gaels. Join us for a traditional marag dinner. Reservations recommended.