Start your day with a Lighthouse Sandwich: fried eggs, bacon, and cheese on a kaiser bun with tea or coffee, fruit and juice.
Tag Archives | October 16
The Queen of the Cape Breton Piano is honoured by friends and family near where the Chisholms of Margaree passed down the music.
An Irish band of brothers swap tunes with the Beaton sisters and their friends from home. Fiddles, banjos and pipes galore!
From across the ocean and across the country, virtuoso string players and balladeers share the results of their friendship in this beautiful church.
The girls from Quebec meet the boys from Scotland as Andrea and Angus bring their new friends home to meet their Celtic Colours family.
Irish roots and Quebecois rhythms make a connection in Acadian L’Ardoise. Beware the energy level when they get together!
They’re at the top of their game and the tool of choice is a guitar. Join six of the best at the summit.
Located at the Gaelic College in St. Ann’s, the licensed Festival Club offers an opportunity for artists to showcase in a more informal setting, as well as get a session in with friends and colleagues from near and far.