Festivals & Events

“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.

2021 Winter Guide

La Magie de l’hiver a la Rigoueche

Date: Saturday, February 27 2021

Schedule of events TBAContact: Jeremie Poirier, 902-224-2642

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La Mi-Careme Festivities

Date: Sunday, March 7 2021 to Saturday, March 13 2021

Mi-Careme, which means mid-Lent, has been an annual tradition in the communities of Cheticamp, Saint-Joseph-du-Moine and Grand Etang for many years. Mi-Careme week is a fun celebration of merrymaking, costuming and delicious food!Date: March 7-13, 2021For more information and event listings, visit www.micareme.ca OR www.facebook.com/lamicaremeContact: 902-224-1016

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Mass on the Mountain – St. Margaret’s of Scotland Catholic Church

Date: Sunday, March 7 2021

Make way to St. Margaret of Scotland Church in River Denys by snowmobile on Sunday, March 7th 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.Contact: Leonard Tobey, 902-787-2232

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