“There's a piper in the corner. There's a dancer on the floor. Friends around the table, there's one who calls for more. And there's Gaelic in the fiddle like the Gaelic in the Glen and the songs take on new meaning boys it's getting dark again” from Getting Dark Again sung by John Allan Cameron (lyrics by Buddy MacDonald).
From small kitchen ceilidhs to our live music venues, there is always something happening here. We welcome you to experience our vibrant community festivals concerts, theatre and local pubs, sure to entertain families, couples and singles alike.
2019-2020 Winter Guide
2019-2020 Winter Brochure
Date: Sunday, December 1 2019
Inverness County features a variety of weekly and bi-weekly live entertainment options. Please see some options below. Tuesdays: Weekly Acadian Amateur Music Jam Session at the La Salle des Retraites, Cheticamp 7-10pm Thursdays: Weekly LIVE Entertainment at the Clove Hitch Bar & Bistro (Steak Night) – 6pm (Beginning February 13th) Thursdays: Weekly Jam Session at the Whycocomagh Waterfront Centre, 7pm Fridays: Bi-Weekly Jam Session at St.Stephen's-Jubilee United Church Hall, Port Hood 7-9pm Fridays: Bi-Weekly Ceilidh at the Blues Mills Fire Hall 7:30pm Saturdays: Weekly Fiddle Ceilidh at the Doryman Pub in Cheticamp 2-6pm Saturdays: Bi-Weekly…
Date: Wednesday, January 1 2020
The Inverness County Winter Active celebration provides opportunities for children, youth, and adults to participate in fun outdoor recreational activities that encourage a healthier, active living lifestyle. Weather permitting, some of the activities that are being planned include: outdoor skating, show shoe hikes, tobogganing, snowman contests, bonfires, snow-sculpturing, scavenger hunt, outdoor concert and more! Stay tuned for an update on communities taking part in Winter Active 2020! January 17th - West Mabou Guided Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Event January 26th - West Mabou…
Date: Saturday, January 11 2020 to Saturday, March 7 2020
Saturdays - January 11, February 8, March 7 Come on out for an entertaining evening of challenge. 7:30PM, Adults 19+, $5 per person
Date: Saturday, February 22 2020
February 22nd The Inverness Capers Snowmobile Rally will take place on Saturday, February 22nd. Registration is 10:00am - 12:00pm at the Scotsville Fire Hall Meal & Prizes included with registration.
Date: Sunday, March 1 2020
March 1st Make way to St. Margaret of Scotland Church in River Denys by snowmobile on Sunday, March 1st for the annual “Mass on the Mountain” at 2:00pm. Built in 1841, St. Margaret of Scotland Church in River Denys is the oldest standing building in Inverness County.
Date: Saturday, March 7 2020
March 7th A fun filled day of riding while helping to raise money for new trail groomers. Part of the proceeds of the ride will go to L'Arche Cape Breton. Ride leaves from Inverary Resort, Baddeck.
2:00pm: Snowshoe hike for all ages and children's activities 4:00pm: Spaghetti dinner with LIVE entertainment 7:30pm: Trivia Night! 19 years + All events take place at the Whycocomagh Waterfront Centre
Date: Sunday, March 15 2020 to Saturday, March 21 2020
March 15-21, 2020 La Mi-Careme Festival is a one week winter festival that falls mid-Lent each year. During the Acadian tradition of Mi-Carême, many people referred to as les mi-carêmes, disguised from head to toe, visit their neighbours who try to guess their identity. When the guessing game is over, the mi-carêmes unmask, enjoy a treat, and head out for more fun and games! Visit Centre de la Mi-Carême in picturesque Grand Etang Harbour March 15-21 for LIVE music, dance, treats and more as…
Save your email so you won't have to type it in next time!