This is a unique showcase of local arts and crafts for sale or for your viewing pleasure.
Tag Archives | Whycocomagh and area
Come join us at the Scotsville School of Crafts for our monthly craft potluck! Drop in and bring your knitting, spinning, embroidery, crochet, painting, jewellery, whatever you are working on.
An exhibition of artwork from top aboriginal artists from the Atlantic region.
Local farmers offer products for sale from their fall harvest as well as local crafts.
Gaelic language celebration — working on local Gaelic language and stories from the area. All ages welcome.
Local artist Barrie Fraser instructs this step by step watercolour course (en Plein Air if weather permits).
The process of turning carded wool and spinning it into yarn is yet another early craft still common in Cape Breton. Give it a try!
The Highlanders celebrated their culture, not in huge buildings or sculptures but in their songs and stories. Learn of their history through this sharing of songs and tales.