( Top of Page )Northern Inverness AreaChéticampDoryman's tavern: 15528 Cabot Trail: 46°38.406′N 61°00.270′W: 902-224-9909: every Saturday - 2pm to 6pm - fiddle ceilidhFeb 24th - 8pm - Groupe LeLièvreMar 3rd - 2pm to 6pm - Colin GrantKinsmen club: Belle Marche: every Tuesday - 7pm to 10pm - Acadian Amateur Music Circle-jam session , l'AMAC; bilingual;
everyone welcome; @$ 3 [902-224-3743]La Place des arts Père Anselme Chiasson Auditorium-NDA: 15118 Cabot Trail: 46°37.511′N 61°00.959′W: 902-224-1876, 902-224-2642: Mar 4th - 2pm & 7pm - Spectacle annuel/ Annual Concert , Colin Grant with Jason Roach and Chrissy CrowleyRadio CKJM 106.1FM & 92.5FM [Pomquet], & 97.5 FM [Sydney]: 902-224-1242: every Saturday - 5pm to 6pm - Gaelic/English program 'Aisrigh nan Gaidheal'every Sunday - 5pm to 6pm - David Gillis’ - 'Cape Breton Fiddle Tunes' show.every Monday - 6pm to 7pm - fiddle music show 'Coup d’archet' (Stroke of the Bow)
( Top of Page )Margaree AreaGillisdalehouse: 48 Kiltarlity Rd.: 902-248-2521: every Monday - 6:30pm to 9:30pm - Advanced Beginner Gaelic ; @$ 45 for 6 weeks
and a twelve week session offered after Christmas; email@example.com, 902-248-2521.every Thursday - 6:30pm to 9:30pm - conversational Gaelic-; @$ 45 for 6 weeks
and a twelve week session offered after Christmas; firstname.lastname@example.org, 902-248-2521.
( Top of Page )SouthWestern InvernessHillsboroughHillsborough & Glendyer Hall: # 4738-Hwy #252: 902-945-2870: Feb 24th - 7pm to 10:30pm - Saturday bi-weekly jam session, lite lunch @$ 5;
entertainers admitted Free, [Ronelda 902-945-2870]Mabou (An Drochaid)Alexander Doyle Public Library in Dalbrae Academy-: 11156 Hwy #19: 46°03.740′N 61°24.442′W: 902-945-2257: Feb 22nd - 7pm to 9pm - Mabou Gaelic History Book Club:
[ Frances MacEachen, Gaelic Affairs 902-945-2114, email@example.com ]Feb 21st - 7pm - Learn to be your own Heritage Detective, with host Meghan Rankin; light refreshmentsSeniors Centre: Birch St.: 901-945-2108: Feb 22nd - 7pm to 8pm - music by Rodney MacDonald and Pius MacisaacWest Mabou (Màbu An Iar)West Mabou Hall: ....every Saturday-Square Dance;: 2399 West Mabou Rd.: 46°03.838′N 61°26.583′W: 902-945-2393: Feb 24th - Hailee LeFort & Maggie BeatonPort Hood (Sestico)Admiral Lounge & Dining room: 148 Main St.: 902-787-3494: every Saturday - 6pm to 9pm - local entertainment; @$ 8Feb 24th - 6pm - Donna Marie DeWolfe & Alan DewarMar 3rd - 6pm - Dara Smith-MacDonaldSt. Stephen’s-Jubilee United Church Hall: 239 Main St.: 902-787-2740: Mar 2nd - 7pm to 9pm - The Little White Church music jam session @$ 5;
-lite lunch; All musicians are welcome to come and play ;Judique (Siudaig Mhór)Celtic Music Interpretive Centre: ........Sunday Ceilidhs: 5471 Highway # 19: 45°52.696′N 61°29.478′W: 902-787-2708: Feb 25th - 2pm to 5pm - Dawn & Margie Beaton; @$ 8Mar 4th - 2pm to 5pm - Joe MacMaster & friends; @$ 8St. Margaret’s of Scotland Catholic Church: River Denys Mountain: Mar 4th - Mass on the Mountain; just grab your sled and a warm coat. There is always a bite to eat along the route and smiles…Creignish (Creiginnis)Community Hall: ......bi-weekly year round Thursday Celtic jam sessions: 45°43.971′N 61°27.672′W: 902-625-1476: Thursdays-all instruments are welcome,
volunteer donations for non-musicians, monies collected at door will be towards direct costs of Jam Sessions.
[ weather cancellation - announced/posted by 4pm [ 101.5 The Hawk & FB );Feb 22nd - 7pm - jam ; occurs on alternate Thursdays (biweekly)Feb 22nd - Olivier Broussard & Paryse Broussard
( Top of Page )Port Hawkesbury AreaPort Hawkesbury (An Gut)101.5 FM The Hawk: 609 Church St.: 902-625-1220: every Sunday - 9am to 11am - East Coast Rising with Chuck Boudreauevery Sunday - 11am to noon - East Coast Countdown with Cameron MacEachern http://www.eastcoastcountdown.comevery Sunday - 6pm to 7pm - Highland Fling with Bob MacEachern; live streamingCivic Centre-J. Franklin Wright Gallery: 606 Reeves St.: 902-625-7891: Jan 26th to Mar 31st - Danny Abriel ExhibitHoly Trinity Anglican Church: 329 Reeves St.: Feb 25th - 7pm to 9pm - monthly Ceilidh, [ ] all proceeds to upgrade the ChapelRoyal Canadian Legion-Branch #43: 303 Reeves St.: 902-625-2732: every Friday - 10pm to 1am - Friday Night jukebox Socials ; & once a month a dance with a band/Shindigs Pub: 510 Granville St.: 902-625-0263: Mar 2nd - Jon HinesSt. Joseph's Church basement: 138 Granville St.: Mar 4th - 2pm to 5pm - Sharon's Hootenany; @$ 5, children under 12 free; lite lunch, join musicians from local
guitar clubs, All proceeds for St. Joseph's church roof & light fund ;
[wheelchair accessable via the basement entrance]
( Top of Page )Bras d’Or Lakes AreaBlues Mills (Muilnean Clann ´ic Ghilleghuirme)Fire Hall: .......Friday -monthly ceilidhs: 902-756-2037: every Friday - 7:30pm - Friday-monthly ceilidh @ $ 5; lunch;
Sponsored by the Blues Mills & Area Volunteer Fire Department;Whycocomagh (Hogamah)Whycocomagh Waterfront Centre: # 9650 Highway # 105: 902-756-3580: every Thursday - 7pm - jam sessions;Iona (Sanndraigh)Iona Heights Inn- Frolic & Folk Pub: ....ceilidhs 5pm to 8pm: 4115 Hwy # 223: 45°56.841′N 60°49.118′W: 902-622-2190, 1-844-733-4662: every Saturday - 5pm to 8pm - Saturday Ceilidh; @$ 5Feb 24th - 5pm - Richard SchallerMar 3rd - 5pm - Michael HallRoyal Canadian Legion-Grandona Branch # 124: ......Friday Ceilidhs: 4237 Hwy #223: 902-725-2178: every Friday - 6pm to 7pm - Supper Adult plate - $12; Child/Senior plate - $8. Free Ceilidh from 7pm to 10 pmFeb 23rd - : TBAMar 2nd - : The Corner CrewBaddeck (Badaig)Academy-gymnasium: 320 Shore Rd.: 902-295-2359: Mar 3rd - 7:30pm - March MUSIC Madness-variety show; hosted by band students-fundraising for their PEI trip in June.
band students, & Ferris Asaph & Shauna Matthews Asaph, James Nicholson, Joe Harvie, Country Gentleman,
Jackie MacLellan, Michael J Hall, Sarah’s School of Music Steppers , Keith MullinsFarmer's Market -Community Centre: 526 Chebucto St.: every Wednesday - 11am to 2pm - Farmer's MarketLearn Gaelic in Baddeck: 1687 Hwy # 205-Baddeck Bay Rd.: 902-294-0013: every Tuesday - 10am to noon - gaelic instruction with Joyce MacDonald; for youth, song, beginners
[ Melissa firstname.lastname@example.org 902-294-0013
classes provided by Gàidhlig Agam - Baddeck's Gaelic SocietyGreenwood Manse: 97 Twining St.: Mar 4th - 7pm to 8pm - gaelic social gathering-first Sunday of each monthRoyal Canadian Legion Branch #53: 37 Ross St.: 902-295-2080: every Tuesday - 7pm to 11pm - “Tuesday Songwriters Circle” ; FREE
( Top of Page )St Anns Bay AreaSt Anns (Baile Anna)Gaelic College: 51779 Cabot Trail Rd. (Exit 11 of TCH #105): 902-295-3411: every Saturday & Tuesday - 11am to 2:30pm - weaving instruction for all ages; [register with Dianne Quimby 902-945-2226 email@example.com ]
[ 10 weekly sessions @ $ 100 ]Gaelic College-MacKenzie Hall: ...7:30pm-9:30pm-Wednesday night Ceilidhs: 51779 Cabot Trail Rd. (Exit 11 of TCH #105): 902-295-3411: Feb 21st - featuring: Kyle MacDonald, Jeff MacDonald, Hailee LeFort, Colin MacDonald, and Brittany MacDonald
[ Sponsored by District #7 Wayne Budge ]Feb 28th - featuring: Dwayne Coté, Doug MacPhee, Hailee LeFort, Brittany MacDonald, and David Rankin
[ Sponsored by District #8 Norman MacDonald ]Mar 7th - featuring: Howie MacDonald, Douglas Cameron, Hailee LeFort, and Brittany MacDonaldIngonishRoyal Canadian Legion, Branch # 105: 35169 Cabot Trail: 902-285-2308: Feb 24th - 9pm - 60s-90s DANCE; “Dancing Through the Decades” with DJ Tommy Capstick; @$ 5, 19+Indian Brook (Abhainn A' Chùbair)St. Ann's United Church Tea Room: 46715 Cabot Trail: 46°20.969′N 60°32.159′W: 902-929-2999: every Wednesday - 11am - Seniors Healthy Lunches –in SABUC Tea Room; lunch at noon
( Top of Page )Urban Cape Breton AreaLittle Bras d'OrBlue Mist Tavern & Bar: 85 Main St.: 902-736-2801: every Thursday - 8pm to midnight - "the Northside Session" Celtic music sessions ; bring an instrument & join in;
19+ All Ages; FREESydney Mines (Méinnean Baile Shuidni)The Underground: every Tuesday - open Mike with hosts =Mark Boutilier & Joe TargettNorth Sydney (Suidni A Tuath)Dooley's: 10 Blowers St.: 1-902-794-1745: every Tuesday - 9pm to midnight - open mic with hosts Joey Targett and me Mark BoutilierEmera Centre Northside: 175 Kings St.: 902-794-3839: every Friday - 6:30pm to 10pm - After Work Party with live entertainment-in Credit Union Community RoomK-LEE radio: Cape Breton music & Maritime favourites 24/7-commercial freeevery day - enjoy Cape Breton music, all day long ; FreeNorth Sydney Firefighter's club: 14 Pierce St.: 902-794-7072: every Thursday - 8pm to midnight - regular Thursday night dances; with Ernie, Wade and ToddThe Theatre Pub & Grill: 236 Commercial st.: 902-794-1188: every Tuesday - 5pm - free movie nightevery Saturday - 4pm to 8pm - free matinee shows with Murray & KeithCoxheathRiverview Rural High School: 57 Coxheath Rd: 902-564-5411: Feb 23rd - 7pm to 9pm - all-ages square dance; Music by Kyle & Sheumas MacNeil , & featuring RHS student musicians. @$ 8Sydney River (Abhainn Shuidni)CB Farmer's Market: 340 Keltic Drive: 902-564-9948: Feb 24th - 8:30am to 1pm - year round farmers Market; http://www.farmersMarketcapebreton.comSydney (Suidni)Breton Brewing: 364 Keltic Drive-Coxheath: 902-270-4677: every Friday - 4pm to 10pm - Music on Tap -no cover;Cape Breton University-Boardmore Playhouse: #47 Annual season: 1250 Grand Lake Rd.: 902-563-1652: Feb 20th to 24th - 7pm - • “Home and Away – a hockey musical”Feb 25th - 2pm - • “Home and Away – a hockey musical”Cape Breton University-Verschuren Centre, Room CS 104: 1250 Grand Lake Rd.: 902-563-1652: Feb 22nd - 12:45pm - Viola Desmond's Canada: A presentation and discussion by Graham ReynoldsCineplex: .....movies from ..Passport to the World: 325 Prince St.: 902-539-9050: Mar 5th - 7pm - movie- ' Utah'Flavor on the Water -Sydney Marine Terminal: 60 Esplanade: 902-567-1043: every Friday - 4pm - back lounge after work party with music by Wayne BedeckiGovernor’s Pub: 233 Esplanade: 902-562-7646: every Wednesday - 8pm to 11pm - weekly Open Celtic Session, host & guests; FREE Kyle Macdonald or Hailee LeFort or Ryan J MacNeilevery Thursday - 7pm to 10pm - Songwriter's Sessions ; @ $6; 19+, ID’severy Saturday - 3pm to 6pm - ceilidh every Saturday-hosted by either Pat Chafe, Carl MacKenzie, Gillian Head, or Mike HallFeb 1st to 23rd - Robot OrbisonJoan Harriss Cruise Pavilion-Flavor On The Water: ...2015 May 16th-'Fiddlin' Around Kick off to Summer'; #10th Anniversary of Big Fiddle: 74 Esplanade: every Friday - 4pm to 10:30p,-after work party in the back loungeFeb 23rd - Wayne BedeckiFeb 24th - Deron DonovanLittle Vegas Showroom: 451 Prince Street: 902-539-7665: every Wednesday - 9pm - open mic night with James Bornn & the band ForgedMembertou Heritage Park: 35 Su'n Awti.: 902-567-5333: every Thursday - 6pm to 8pm - an evening full of stories and laughter with Membertou's Elders,Membertou Trade & Convention Centre: 50 Maillard St.: 902-539-2300: Mar 2nd - 7pm - Membertou Country Classics-Trio; with Jenn Sheppard, Jennifer Dingwall, Ashley Buckinham; @$ 30Membertou Trade & Convention Centre/ Kiju's Restaurant: 50 Maillard St.: 902-562-6220: every Wednesday - 6pm to 9pm - Celtic Serenade Jam Sessions; Free; Hosted by Donnie Campbell & Jinx O'Neillevery Thursday - 6pm to 9pm - Live and Local Thursdays with a different artist each week.Membertou Heritage Park: Feb 22nd, Mar 29th, & Apr 26th - 6pm to 8pm - Drum Making workshopMar 7th & Apr 17th - 6pm to 8pm - Dream Catcher workshopThe Old Triangle Irish Alehouse & Pub: 424 Charlotte St.: 902-270-8003: Feb 21st - 6pm - Wayne BedeckiFeb 22nd - 6pm - The Tristan Legg DuoFeb 23rd - 5:15pm - “After Work Party” with Duane Nardocchio - 9:45pm - The Tristan Legg DuoFeb 24th - 5pm - The Tristan Legg DuoZiggy’s Pub & Grill: 1167 Kings Rd,: 902-539-8747: every Saturday - 5pm to 9pm - local live musicFeb 24th - tbaNew Waterford (Portlairge Ùr)The Rack 'n Roll Pub: 3345 Plummer Ave.: 902-862-8701: Feb 24th - 6pm - Benefit dance for Anita who had undergone Spinal Cord surgery this past summer.
entertainment by Andrew Doyle Band, Full Circle, Kick, Cherry Bomb, Random Order, Members of High Society
and Privateers , Matt Minglewood.Glace Bay (Glasbaidh)Miners Museum Pit Theatre: 17 museum St.: 46°11.559′N 59°56.548′W: 902-849-4522: Feb 28th - 7pm - a short film-'THE ROSE '-[ directed by Kenn Crawford]; is being screened for ONE NIGHT ONLYThe Coast-CKOA 89.7 FM: 106 Reserve St.: 902-849-4301: every Wednesday - 10pm to 11pm - David Gillis’ - 'Cape Breton Fiddle Tunes' show.every Friday - 10pm to midnight - Bluenose Opera House with a Maritime flairevery Saturday - 6pm to 7pm - The Coast Top 10 with Bill MacNeilevery Saturday - 7pm to 8pm - Meet The Music • with Singer-songwriter Jason MacDonald;
interviews with local & regional songwritersevery Saturday - 10pm to midnight - 'Cape Breton Kitchen Party' • with Ron Nevilleevery Sunday - 5pm to 8pm - Celtic Serenade with Host Donnie Campbell, the very best in Cape Breton Music
plus songs from Scotland & Ireland, presented by Merit Muffler-Wheel & Brake-SydneyThe Savoy Theatre: 116 Commercial St.: 902-842-1577, 902-564-6668: Mar 2nd, 3rd, & 10th - 7pm - WKRP in Cape Breton Dinner Theatre; @$ 49:50
( Top of Page )Louisbourg AreaMira RiverBoat Club: 545 Hillside Rd.: 902-564-8660: every Friday - 8pm to 11pm-entertainmentMarion Bridge (Drochaid Mhira)Fire Hall & Recreation Centre: 3921 Gabarus Highway: 902-727-3161: Mar 2nd - 4pm to 6:30pm - Mira Community Market;
( Top of Page )St Peter's AreaRiver BourgeoisAnne Sampson Building: every Thursday - 7pm - music with Edna & Gerry and Friends; bring your instruments and join in the fun. @ $ toonieGrand AnseRoyal Canadian Legion-branch # 47: 902-345-2610: every Saturday - 9pm to 1am - adult dance with live bands; @ $ 8St Peter's (Baile Naoimh Pheadair)Bras d’Or Lakes Inn: 10095 Grenville St.: 902-535-2200, 1-800-818-5885: Feb 21st & Mar 7th - 7pm to 9pm - live music with Jaidon SeymourCoastal Market: 9856 Grenville St.: every Sunday - 11am to 5pm - Richmond's County Artisan's MarketFire Hall: 22 Toulouse St.: every Sunday - 2pm to 4pm - Scottish Country Dancing ; Everyone is welcome @ $2/week
[Stan or Joyce Richards at 902-345-0741 ]MacBouch Restaurant & Lounge: 9975 Grenville St.: 902-535-3578: every Tuesday - 7pm to 9pm - Jam session; @$ 3, free for performers; Jan 24th-host is RG ScallerArichatTelile Community TV -radio Richmond 104.1fm: 17 Conney's Lane: 902-226-1928: Feb 21st - 7:30pm - 'East Coast Spotlight', -broadcast live with host Gerry SamsonPetit-de-GratRadio Richmond-CITU 101.1FM: #3435 Hwy # 206: 902-226-0981: Feb 25th - 7pm - Music of Ireland with host/producer Paul Davisevery Saturday - 7pm to 9pm - "Music From The Isle Of Newfoundland" with host Howard SleepLittle AnseSocial Action Centre: Feb 24th - 1pm to 4pm - benefit for Elizabeth Zabeth Cole; [ Agnes Boudreau 902-226-3451 ]
( Top of Page )Mainland AreaHavre BoucherCommunity Centre: ..... Hank's Jam: 12401 Highway #4: 902-234-2188: Feb 25th - 2pm to 5pm - Hank's Jamboree, [normally every 4th Sunday] our 9th season;
@$ 5; lite lunch, [musicians free, ] all proceeds go towards Community Centre,
presented by the Havre Boucher & Area Cultural Development & Recreation AssociationGuysborough (Baile Mhainisdear)Days Gone By Bakery: 143 Main St.: 902-533-2762: every Friday - 8pm to 11pm - open mike with a new host each weekWhiteheadcommunity centre: Mar 3rd - 7:30pm - Variety concert , the first Saturday of each month. Local entertainment, light lunch, @ $5.Larry's RiverSeawind Landing Country Inn: 159 Wharf Rd,: 902-525-2108, 1-800-563-4667: Feb 23rd - 7pm - entertainment by Keith Mullins . Local musician Coady Avery will open; @$ 15Antigonish (Am Baile Mór)Antigonish Winter Market: ........#4th Annual Antigonish Winter Market: 75 St. Ninian St.: Feb 24th & Mar 3rd - 10am to 2pm - winter Market in the former National Philatelic Centre BuildingFeb 24th - entertainment by Shane ArsenaultMar 3rd - entertainment by 'The Broussard Family'=siblings, Julien, Claudine, Paryse and Olivier,CJFX-radio: 5663 Highway #7.: 902-863-4580: every Sunday - 7pm to 8pm - the CJFX Ceilidh--Listen to Cape Breton Fiddles here http://yourlisten.com/989XFMevery Sunday - 2pm to 6pm - Daryl MacLean's COUNTRY GOLD; 4 hours of great Classic Country music. http://countrygold.ca/every Sunday - 8pm to 9pm - Sounds Atlantic-with Paul Kerwin & his guests ; http://yourlisten.com/989XFMFarmers' Market at the former The Prissy Pig Café: 20 Andrews St.: every Saturday - 10am to 2pm - Winter Market; with music TBAGaelic Society: behind Sense of Japan-restaurant-Main St.: every Tuesday - 7pm - Beginner & 8pm-Intermediate Gaelic classes with Mairi Briton for 6 weeks; @$ 60 firstname.lastname@example.org 902-968-0316Piper's Pub: 33 College St.: 45°37.306′N 61°59.514′W: 902-863-2590: every Wednesday - 6pm to 8pm - weekly ceilidhs with host Brian MacDonald and friends ; traditional Scottish and Celtic music.
Donations at the door for Grade 12 Gaelic class trip.Radio-St. Francis Xavier University: 902-867-3333: every Sunday - 8pm to 10pm - “The Gael’s Voice”, Radio Antigonish (Guth Nan Gaidheal Reidio Antigonish) 92.5 FM
hosts, Robert Bingham & Virginia MacLeod [1-800-877-909]St. FX -Bauer Theatre-main stage: 902-867-3333: Mar 6th to 10th - 7:30pm - All in the timing; @$ 15St. FX-Immaculata auditorium: 902-867-2196: Feb 25th - 8pm - Antigonish performing arts series-Tayo Aluko-Call Mr RobesonMar 3rd - 8pm - Antigonish performing arts series-Peter AlienSt. FX-Schwartz -Auditorium: Mar 5th - 8pm - St.FX visiting Artist Series with Kirk MacDonald & Harold MabernThe Town House Brewpub & Eatery: 76 College St.: 902-863-2248: every Sunday - 6:30pm - acoustic Irish music jam session, with a Scottish-Cape Breton flavour ; host=John Hanlon,every Thursday - 9pm - Jazz sessionLismore (Lios Mór)Community Centre: 4699 hwy 245: Feb 23rd - 7pm - Variety concert ; proceeds to Karen Lynn MacDonald Allergy Awareness Society
[ last friday of month]WestvilleWhitetail Pub & Grill: 1988 South Main St.: 902-396-1759: Feb 23rd - 10pm - Westvilladelphia 2.0 music video shoot & show w/ Special guests; Performances by: William Simon,
Chell, The Underdogs, Tayo, & Purple Death; & DJ Dirty Dane; @$ 3Pictou (Phiogto)DeCoste Entertainment Centre: 90 Water St.: 1-800-353-5338, 902-485-8848: Mar 3rd - 7:30pm - Black UmfolosiTruroFirst United Church: 711 Prince St.: every Tuesday - 10:30am to 12:30pm - free moviesMarigold Cobequid Cultural Centre: .......2017 Nov 4th-7pm-Nova Scotia Music Week 2017: 605 Prince St.: 902-897-4004: Feb 21st to 24th - 7:30pm - Hubtown Theatre: "The Love List"Mar 2nd - 7:30pm - Ben Edwards; @$ 25MargaretsvilleEvergreen Theatre: 1660 Stronach Mountain Rd: 902-825-6834: Mar 3rd - CòigAnnapolis RoyalKing's Theatre: 2019 St George St.: 902-532-7704: Feb 24th - 2pm - Norma-Metropolitan OperaFeb 27th - 7:30pm - Call me by your nameDartmouthAlderney Landing Theatre: 2 Ochterloney Street: 1-888-311-9090, 902-461-8401: Feb 25th - 7:30pm - Students from the Maritime Conservatory School of Dance’s under the direction of Diana Rutherford; –
& NSYO member Mimisu Lee, French Horn soloist; – Drs. Rob Rutledge and Timothy WalkerCeltic Corner Public House-Irish Pub: 69 Alderney Drive;: 902-464-0740: every Sunday - 5pm to 7:30pm - afternoon ceilidhs with Brad Reid and a weekly guest. 'Fiddles & fish'Feb 25th - Douglas Cameron & Brad ReidJamieson's Irish House & Grill: 5 Cumberland Dr.: 902-433-0500: every Tuesday - Songwriters Open Mic happening tonight w/ guest host Andrew Molloy,Montes Showbar Grill: 245 Waverly Rd.: 902-435-1770: Feb 25th - 3pm to 11pm - a concert fundraiser for Floyd Kind with Christine Campbell, Blake Johnston, Razorboy,
Sam Moon. Doris Mason, Dan Doiron, Tribute, Frank MacKay & the Allstars; @$ 20Seamus David's Irish Pub-Dartmouth Crossing: 21 Logiealmond Close Dartmouth Crossing: 902-462-2034: every Saturday - 8pm - entertainmentPrestonEast Preston Family Resource Centre: 1900 Highway 7: Feb 26th - 6:30pm to 8pm - Mental Health Workshop SeriesEast Preston Recreation Centre: 24 Brooks Dr: Feb 25th - 5pm - Black History Month Gospel Concert/DinnerHalifax (Halafacs)Cherry Brook United Baptist Church: 331 Cherry Brook Rd: Feb 23rd - 7pm to 10pm - Annual Negro Spiritual NightCitadel High-Spatz Auditorium: 1855 Trollope St.: 902-491-4444: Feb 25th - Cape Breton StepDance Workshops with Leanne Aucoin; All ages. [call for times and prices ]
[email@example.com ; 902-455-9056 ]Cornwallis Street Baptist Church;: 5457 Cornwallis St.: Feb 25th - 10:45am - Annual AHM Worship ServiceDalhousie University -Arts Centre: 6101 University Avenue: Feb 22nd - 7:30pm - Charles Richard-Hamelin Plays Chopin by Symphony Nova ScotiaMar 1st - 8pm to 11pm - Col. Chris HadfieldDalhousie Arts Centre’s Rebecca Cohn Auditorium: ....Symphony Nova Scotia: Feb 24th - 7pm to 9:30pm - 20th Annual ANSMA Awards Show & GalaDurty Nelly's Authentic Irish Pub: 1645 Argyle St: 902-406-7640: every Thursday - 8pm to 10:30pm - celtic & traditional tunes; Hosted by Cassie Anne MacDonaldevery Saturday - 4pm to 7pm - Bruce and Jay MacKinnonHalifax Central Library: 5440 Spring Garden Rd.: Feb 27th - 6pm - Celebrating Black Business: Networking Event in the Paul O'Regan HallHalifax North Memorial Library: 2285 Gottingen St: Feb 21st - 7pm - Author Reading with Wanda Lauren TaylorMarriottt Harbourfront Hotel-Harbourstone Sea Grill & pour house: 1919 Upper Water St.: every Wednesday - 5pm to 8pm - live music WednesdaysNeptune Theatre-Scotiabank Studio: 1593 Argyle St.: 902-429-7070: Feb 26th - all day - Play: The Mountaintop (All day)Public Archives of Nova Scotia: 6016 University Ave.: 902-424-6060: Feb 21st - 7:30pm - RNSHS Public Lecture;-The Third Jamaican Contingent and the ‘Halifax Incident of 1916’
with Hyacinth Simpson https://rnshs.ca/upcominglecturesRebecca Cohn Auditorium (Dalhousie Arts Centre): 6101 University Ave.: 902-494-3820: Feb 22nd - 7:30pm - Charles Richard-Hamelin Plays Chopin, =Symphony Nova ScotiaFeb 28th - 6:30pm - Letterkenny Live!Mar 1st - 8pm - Col. Chris Hadfield; @ $46.50 to $76.50Scotiabank Metro Centre: 1800 Argyle St: 902-451-1221: Feb 23rd - Hedley, Shawn Hook, Neon Dreams;Mar 5th - Matthew Good & Our Lady Peace-tour across CanadaSpatz Theatre: 1855 Trollope Street: 902-254-2003: Feb 24th - 7:30pm - Students from the Maritime Conservatory School of Dance’s under the direction of Diana Rutherford; –
& NSYO member Mimisu Lee, French Horn soloist; – Drs. Rob Rutledge and Timothy WalkerSt. Agnes Church Hall-Leo Day Auditorium: 6903 Mumford Rd: 902-434-9237: Mar 3rd - 6pm to 9pm - All ages family Cape Breton Dance & Ceilidh, with TBA
Cape Breton Square sets, ceilidh & stepdance showcase. @ $7 Everyone welcome, [ 902-580-2736 ].
presented by The Cape Breton Charitable Association of HalifaxStayner's Wharf Pub & Grill: 5075 George St.: 902-420-1570: Feb 26th - 8:30pm to 11pm - Scottn' the Rocks; FREEFeb 22nd - 8pm - Three O'Cubano feat. Alison Enriquez (Fundraiser)Feb 23rd - 8:30pm - Alfie ZappacostaFeb 24th - 8:30pm - Tony Smith & SoulfinesseMar 2nd - Patrick Drake "Storytellers"Mar 3rd - 8:30pm - John CampbelljohnThe Bus Stop Theatre co-op: 2203 Gottingen St.: 1-888-639-1169: Mar 1st to 4th - Peter Fechter: 59 Minutes - Presented by Matchstick Theatre; @$ 15The Bridge Collaborative Space: 5553 Bloomfield St.: Feb 24th - 2pm to 4pm - The TD Halifax Jazz Festival & Youth Art Connection present JAZZ//LYRICISM//IMPROV Jazz Lab
. Open to youth 15-25.The Carlton Hotel-Music Bar & Grill: 1685 Argyle St.: 902-422-6335: every Saturday - 10pm - The Carletones; @ $ 5Feb 22nd - 9pm - The Tom Rich Band + Cameron Nickerson BandFeb 23rd - 10pm - StoneHouse + Brothers - 10PMMar 1st - 9pm - Moonwake + The Drug Rugs + AquakultreMar 2nd - 10pm - Ray Reaves + Maje + Kxng Wooz + Sarah Ellen BandMar 3rd - 7pm - Jon BryantMar 4th - 2pm - The March Hare -@ $22.5The Marquee Ballroom: 2037 Gottingen St.: Mar 2nd - 10pm - DJ John AcquavivaThe Old Triangle Irish Alehouse: 5136 Prince St.: 902-492-4900: every Monday - 6:30pm - Dave MacIsaac & Louis Benoit;every Tuesday - 8pm - with Glenn Coolen Jeremy Finneyevery Sunday - 2pm to 4pm - Open Session & Irish Set DancingTimber Lounge: 2712 Agricola St.: 902-453-8627: Feb 23rd - 7pm to 10pm - Kitchen Party with Brennan MacDonald , Wendy MacIssac and guests; FREELunenburgDouble S Park-hall: 140 Samuel Mader Road, New Germany: every Friday - 7pm to 10pm - acoustic music jam-South Shore Bluegrass Music AssociationSaulnierville104.1 FM: C.P 8.: 1-902-769-2423: every day - 6pm to 10pm - The voice of the Southwest with Wayne Dugas