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.
Tag Archives | October 16
A daily open mic hosted by Michael Cavanaugh, where all musicians are welcome to come and play. Listeners are welcome too.
Gather with local anglers and fly-tiers to share stories from fishing the Margaree over the years, followed by a fly-tying demonstration.
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.
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.
This is a unique showcase of local arts and crafts for sale or for your viewing pleasure.