Canada’s Musical Coast is a string of beautiful communities and majestic coastline vistas bound together by musical traditions. The music culture here is written into the story…the very fabric of the coastline. During harsh winters and trying times, music and dance were neither indulgence nor luxury, but rather survival. Music culture here is honest, authentic and shared directly from the heart- this is a coast shaped by music.
We are pleased to share these wonders of our place with you.
Watch the sun set into the Northumberland Strait before you head out to find some live music! With a wide variety of accommodations we've got you covered. Embrace winter
We don't mean to brag but we have to. From sunrise to sunset we have an abundance of "things to do" that will leave you wanting to catch tomorrow's sunset too! Embrace winter
Canada's Musical Coast
Tuesday February 19 – 10:47am
Let's Take the Roof Off Winter with Nova Scotia Trails Federation and Recreation Nova Scotia !! Last day to submit your super awesome trail photo OR video is Sunday, February 24thPlease submit your trail photos here: 1.shortstack.com/hG8f8QLet us know what trail it is, and use hashtags#NSTrails #TTROW#RecNS and#NSoutdoornetwork ...
NS Trails Takes The Roof Off Winter
Canada's Musical Coast shared Celtic Music Interpretive Centre's post.
Sunday February 17 – 9:59am
It's going to be a REEL good time in Judique this afternoon! Join Wendy MacIsaac & Allan Dewar at the Celtic Music Interpretive Centre from 2-5 pm!#MusicalCoast #FamilyDayWeekend #GoodTimes #FriendsAndFamilyThe lovely Wendy MacIsaac will be playing the Ceilidh this Sunday from 2-5pm, joined by Allan Dewar on the piano! We hope to see you!! ...
Saturday February 16 – 5:34pm
Time to get your Winter Festive dance shoes on! 🎻❄️🎻#WestMabou #SquareDanceFun #BringTheWholeFamily ...
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