Storyteller’s Gallery

Storyteller's Gallery and Siudiac Air An Urlar Historical Society is located the picturesque seaside village of Judique on the western or "Musical Coast" coast of Cape Breton Island. Located in a delightfully restored heritage designated house, the gallery houses an extensive collection of photos, books and historical items representing the various Scottish, and French settlers as well as the original Mi'kmaq inhabitants of the surrounding lands. Research your family tree, enjoy a lively ceilidh with fiddle music or savour a cup…

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Inn on the Intervale

Opens: Sunday, May 15 until Wednesday, November 2

8 rooms, each with queen bed and private ensuite 3-piece bathroom. Full hot/cold breakfast; dietary restrictions accommodated with advance notice. Locally designed handcrafted log home on peaceful plateau overlooking beautiful meadow and Intervale River, close to the Celtic Music Interpretive Centre.

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Archer’s Edge Luxury Camping

Opens: Wednesday, June 1 until Monday, October 31

Archer’s Edge Luxury Campground offers guests a unique experience. Our family has owned the property since settling in the area from the Highlands of Scotland in 1891. It was once a working farm but gave way to woodland as the era of family farms began to fade. Archer’s Edge gives new purpose to this land; we invite you to come and share in the bounty of beauty and hospitality that’s offered here. Each geodesic dome is completely self-contained, comfortably furnished with a…

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Annual Outdoor Kintrye Farm Concert

Date: Sunday, August 11 2019

Annual Outdoor Kintrye Farm Concert August 11, 2019, 2:00 pm-5:00 pm Picturesque Kintrye Farm at 320 River Denys Road, Judique, Nova Scotia Come and enjoy a fun filled afternoon with a variety of Inverness County musical talent- Scottish fiddling, highland dancing, folk music and much more!  Bring your lawn chairs and have a great time meeting new friends! Canteen provided. Admission $10.00 and children under 12 are free! Free parking on site **Rain venue will be Judique Community Centre

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Interactive Exhibit Room – Celtic Music Interpretive Centre

If you're visiting Cape Breton for the first time or maybe just want to learn more about the culture and types of tunes that make up Cape Breton music, your first stop should be a visit through our Interactive Exhibit Room, custom designed to get you Tuned into Cape Breton Music.

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Lunch & Supper Ceilidhs – Celtic Music Interpretive Centre

The restaurant & bar offers lunch service 7 days/week as well as Wednesday evening Supper Ceilidhs (July-August) featuring live traditional Celtic music with some of Cape Breton's best up and coming and well-known musicians. The menu consists of local favourite dishes and our fully licensed bar offers a variety of local craft beer, cider, wine, signature cocktails and more.

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Fiddle, Stepdance and Gaelic Lessons – Celtic Music Interpretive Centre

From June-October, check out the 20 minute lessons for beginners of all ages in Scottish Gaelic.There’s also offer stepdance, fiddle and piano from June 4-August 27.Advanced registration for piano accompaniment lessons (until Aug 27).Based on instructor availability day to day.

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Celtic Music Interpretive Centre – Musical Walking Tour

Meet at the Celtic Music Centre for a musical guided-walk along the beautiful Celtic Shores Coastal Trail with our musicians. Learn interesting facts about Cape Breton's culture, music and history along the way. Learn a dance step, some Gaelic words and enjoy a Ceilidh by the ocean with our fiddler while you have a snack.The trail is flat and generally in good condition but good walking shoes are recommended as well as a jacket or sweater on cooler days.Length of…

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Celtic Cemetery Hike

Date: Monday, October 8 2018

Meet by the Celtic Shores Coastal Trail sign in the parking lot of the Judique Community Centre (5473 Route 19 in Judique). The hike is approximately 1.5 hours and approximately two kilometres. The trail is easy and appropriate for family hiking. There will be live music along the hike route! Participants can return to the Celtic Music Interpretive Centre (5473 Route 19) and enjoy music and lunch (on your own).Register by phone: 902-625-2899

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Ceilidhs at the Celtic Music Interpretive Centre

Date: Sunday, January 6 2019

Experience and learn about the music and culture of Cape Breton Island at Nova Scotia ’s Official Celtic Music Centre. Drop in for great local food & drinks, lively tunes and good times with friendly staff! Every Sunday, 2pm-5pm

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