Acadian Gaelic singer Tess LeBlanc and fiddler Roy Johnstone examine the intersections of Atlantic Canadian musical traditions.
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Quebec dance specialist Pierre Chartrand and Acadian scholar Barbara LeBlanc explore the many influences behind quadrilles, square dancing, and step dancing.
Prepared food, fresh local produce, meat, bread, wine, and handcrafts; from vendors from all over the Island.
Traditional roast beef dinner with all the trimmings. There will be pipes, drums, dance, and the unveiling of the Childrens’ Wish Tartan.
Pancakes, sausages, homemade biscuits, juice and bottomless tea or coffee.
Cape Breton Island artisans interpret the meaning of light in this exhibition of fine craft and visual art.
Jump right in to a square dance with live, local entertainment. Licensed venue, restricted to 19 years and over.
Guided bicycle tour from Louisbourg Royal Battery to Kennington Cove, with various stops to share history and stories.