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Northern Inverness Area Petit-Étang Information Centre Theatre-Cape Breton highlands National Park: 16648 Cabot Trail: Feb 1st - 10am - snowshoeing from Skyline to Blueberry Mountain as part of Hike Nova Scotia's Winter Guided Hikes 2020; Meeting at the Skyline Emergency Shelter Parking lot; Chéticamp Doryman's tavern: 15528 Cabot Trail: 46°38.406′N 61°00.270′W: 902-224-9909: every Saturday - 2pm to 6pm - fiddle ceilidh Feb 1st - 2pm to 6pm - Shelly Campbell & Allan Dewar Kinsmen club: Belle Marche: every Tuesday - 7pm to 10pm - Acadian Amateur Music Circle-jam session , l'AMAC; bilingual; everyone welcome; @$ 3 [902-224-3743] Le Gabriel Lounge: 15424 Cabot Trail: 46°38.146′N 61°00.431′W: 902-224-3685: every Monday & Wednesday - 7pm to 9pm - entertainment =Maurice, Bruno & Clarence every Tuesday & Thursday - 7pm to 9pm - Fiddlers Radio 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 Monday - 6pm to 7pm - fiddle music show 'Coup d’archet' (Stroke of the Bow)

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Margaree Area Margaree Centre Cranton Cross Roads Community Centre: 206 Cranton Cross Rd.: 902-248-2261, 902-248-2009: Feb 8th - Margaree Highlanders #31st Annual Snowmobile Rally ; dinner & Dance; [Aubrey Cranton 902-248-2316] Inverness (An Sithean) Fire Hall: ...Alice's Thursday Ceilidhs: 15797 Rte # 19-Central Ave.: every Thursday - 8pm-family Ceilidh; all ages Inverary Manor-Rodney's room: 72 Maple St.: every Wednesday - 10am-The “tea and talk”-Speaking Series; FREE Royal Canadian Legion Branch # 132-Captain Angus L MacDonald: 15785 Central Ave.: 902-258-2340: Jan 31st - 9pm to 1am - benefit dance for Red Rows'er Kathleen MacQuarrie; music by IROC sounds Scotsville (Bun Na h-Aibhne) School of Crafts: #234 Hwy 478 (Scottsville Rd): 902-258-3838: every Monday - 6:30pm to 9:30pm - beginner/ intermediate Gaelic; for 6 weeks @$ 45 [caroline_cameron@hotmail.com 902-258-5768] every Thursday - 6:30pm to 9:30pm - conversational Gaelic; for 6 weeks @$ 45 [caroline_cameron@hotmail.com 902-258-5768]

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SouthWestern Inverness Hillsborough Hillsborough & Glendyer Hall: # 4738-Hwy #252: 902-945-2870: Feb 8th - 7pm to 10:30pm - Saturday bi-weekly jam session, lite lunch @$ 5; entertainers admitted Free, [Ronelda 902-945-2870] Mabou (An Drochaid) Dalbrae Academy -library: 11526 Hwy #19: 46°03.740′N 61°24.442′W: 902-945-5300: every Monday - 10am to noon - Gaelic Playgroups with leader Emily MacDonald; FREE, ages up to 5 years; [902-623-0455, growingthroughgaelic@gmail.com ] West Mabou (Màbu An Iar) West Mabou Hall: ..Saturday-Square Dance;: 2399 West Mabou Rd.: 46°03.838′N 61°26.583′W: 902-945-2393: every Saturday - 9pm - Saturday- square dance @ $8 person , children under 12 free; musicians to be announced Feb 1st - Olivier Broussard & Paryse Broussard. Port Hood (Sestico) St. Stephen’s-Jubilee United Church Hall: 239 Main St.: 902-787-2740: every Friday - 7pm to 9pm - The Little White Church music jam session @$ 5; -lite lunch; All musicians are welcome to come and play ; [except Aug 2nd.] Judique (Siudaig Mhór) Storytellers Gallery: 5663 Hwy # 19: 45°53.196′N 61°29.389′W: 902-787-2938, 902-787-2202: Feb 8th - 7:30pm - Ceilidh with local talent; admission by donation 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 ); Jan 30th - jam with lead: DaraSMacD & piano: tba

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Port Hawkesbury Area Port Hawkesbury (An Gut) 101.5 FM The Hawk: 609 Church St.: 902-625-1220: every Sunday - 9am to 11am - East Coast Rising with Chuck Boudreau every Sunday - 11am to noon - East Coast Countdown with Cameron MacEachern http://www.eastcoastcountdown.com Carriage House Lounge: 825 Reeves St.: 902-625-5194: every Thursday - open mike with host Andre Pettipas every Saturday - DJ Dougle Hazzard Reach Church: 824 Church St.: every Sunday - time to be announced-Krista Luddington is teaching group fiddle and guitar lessons ; @$ 20 a week; for 12 weeks Space is limited. [to register, call 902-951-1011 or Face Book ] Royal 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/ St. Joseph's Church basement: 138 Granville St.: Feb 2nd - 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]

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Bras d’Or Lakes Area Blues 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; Iron Mines (Cnoc an t-Sìthein) L’Arche Cape Breton: ......2020 Jan 24th to 31st .Winter Games 2020 at L’Arche Cape Breton: 3 L'Arche Lane: 902-756-3162: Jan 24th to 31st - 9am - Winter Games 2020 at L’Arche Cape Breton; Indoor and outdoor activities =snowshoeing, soccer in the snow, tug-o-war, curling and much more! All activities take place at the Gathering Place, Iron Mines. Jan 31st - noon - Winter Games 2020 will end with a Meal & Awards Banquet at the Blues Mills Fire Hall, $20 per person Contact: Josephine MacEachern, larchepr@larchecapebreton.org Whycocomagh (Hogamah) Whycocomagh Waterfront Centre: # 9650 Highway # 105: 902-756-3580: every Thursday - 7pm - jam sessions; Feb 9th - 2pm-Embrace Winter along the shores of Hogoma; snowshoe hike; dinner and live entertainment @$ 15 [Terry Gillis terry.gillis@live.com] [2nd and 4th Sunday] 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; @$ 5 to $10 Royal Canadian Legion-Grandona Branch # 124: ......Friday Ceilidhs: 4237 Hwy #223: 902-725-2178: every Friday - 6pm to 7pm - Supper Adult plate - $13+; Child/Senior plate - $10+. Free Ceilidh from 7pm to 10 pm Christmas Island (Eilean Na Nollaig) Fire Hall: ....2019 July 16th to Aug 13th-#21st Annual-Féis an Eilein: 8539 Grand Narrows, Highway # 223: 902-622-2605: Jan 28th & Feb 4th - 6:30pm - level one: & 7pm to 8:30pm-level two; Gaelic song sessions @$25 for 5 weeks with Amber Buchanan & Stacey MacLean [e-mail feisaneilein@ns.sympatico.ca] Fire Hall: 8539 Grand Narrows, Highway # 223: 902-622-2627: Feb 1st - 7pm to 10pm - benefit Ceilidh for Mildred MacLennan; silent auction, music, bar 19+ [hosted by Feis an Eilein , box 317 Christmas island] Baddeck (Badaig) Bras d’or Yacht Club: 1 Jones St.: 902-295-2107: every Thursday - live music now on Thursday AND Sundays Farmer's Market -Community Centre: 526 Chebucto St.: every Wednesday - 11am to 2pm - Farmer's Market

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St Anns Bay Area St Anns (Baile Anna) Gaelic College: 51779 Cabot Trail Rd. (Exit 11 of TCH #105): 902-295-3411: 2019 Oct 4th to 2020 Apr 5th - Gaelic Mentoring program for youth; Na Gaisgich Òga; 8 weekend sessions Gaelic College-MacKenzie Hall: ...7:30pm-9:30pm-all year-Wednesday night Ceilidhs: 51779 Cabot Trail Rd. (Exit 11 of TCH #105): 902-295-3411: every Wednesday - 7:30pm to 9:30pm - Wednesday night ceilidhs with Gaelic College instructors & staff @ $ 10; children under 12 @ $ 5 Jan 29th - 7:30pm - Brent Aucoin, Hilda Chiasson, Eddie Cummings, Joyce MacDonald Feb 5th - 7:30pm - Donnie Campbell, Joe MacMaster, Margie Beaton, Rodney MacDonald Dingwall (Inbhir-Pheofharain) The Markland Lobby: 902-383-2246: every Monday, Tuesday, & Wednesday - 7pm to 9pm - entertainment by Deron Donovan every Thursday - 7pm to 9pm - entertainment by Norm MacDonald every Friday & Saturday - 7pm to 9pm - entertainment by Shawn MacKinnon every Sunday - 7pm to 9pm - entertainment by Michael Gorey North Shore (An Cladach A Tuath) Steve & Nona's house: 44667 Cabot Trail Rd.: every Monday - 9:30am to 12:30pm - Gaelic Classes, FREE Indian Brook (Abhainn A' Chùbair) Gaelic: 44667 Cabot Trail: 2019 Oct 28th to 2020 May 18th - 9:30am to 12:30pm - Gaelic classes ; FREE 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

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Urban Cape Breton Area Bras d’Or Army Navy Air Force Veterans in Canada Unit 381: North Sydney: 902-736-9812: every Saturday - 7pm to 10pm - country jamboree; FREE, 19+ Little Bras d'Or Blue 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; FREE every Friday & Saturday - 10pm to 2am - "Bule Mistmas Marathon with DJ Tommy Capstick Florence Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #83: 610 Bras D'Or Florence Rd.: 902-736-6313: every Saturday - 8pm to 10pm - Saturday night kitchen party with Circle Sydney Mines (Méinnean Baile Shuidni) The Underground: 2 Elliot St. & main St.: 902-578-5548: every Tuesday - open Mike with hosts =Mark Boutilier & Joe Targett North 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 Boutilier K-LEE radio: Cape Breton music & Maritime favourites 24/7-commercial free every day - enjoy Cape Breton music, all day long ; Free North Sydney Firefighter's club: 14 Pierce St.: 902-794-7072: every Thursday - 6pm to 9pm - after work kitchen party ; with Ernie, Wade and Todd; FREE Coxheath Breton Brewing: 364 Keltic Drive: 902-270-4677: every Friday - local musicians in our Music on Tap Series; FREE Jan 31st - 4pm - Music On Tap with 4pm to 7pm-Molly Babin; & 7pm to 10pm-Colette Deveaux; 19+ Feb 1st - 8pm - Fire Valley Fire II Record Release Sydney River (Abhainn Shuidni) Ziggy’s Pub & Grill: 1167 Kings Rd,: 902-539-8747: Feb 1st - 5pm - Three Amigos Sydney (Suidni) various locations around town: ...Indie Film Series: Feb 6th - 7pm - Indie Film Series: The Body Remembers When the World Broke Open; Highland Arts Theatre at 40 Bentinck St Cedar’s Club Hall: 30 Mackenzie St.: 902-539-1901: Feb 2nd - 3pm to 8pm - benefit for Sam Moon; Hosted by Bette MacDonald and Maynard Morrison; with Jinx O’Neil and Donnie Campbell, Ralph Dillon and Janet Bickerton, Duncan Wells, the Joey Bennett Band, the Blues Merchants, Parker MacNeil, Hubba Parris and The Moon Unit, the Matt Minglewood Band, Flavor on the Water -Sydney Marine Terminal: 60 Esplanade: 902-567-1043: every Friday - 4pm - back lounge after work party with music by Wayne Bedecki Feb 8th - 6:30pm - A Night to Remember is a Valentine Gala; hosted by the Cape Breton Chorale cocktails, dinner, dancing; @$ 100; 902-539-7495 Governor’s Pub: 233 Esplanade: 902-562-7646: Feb 2nd & 9th - 6pm to 9pm - an evening of music from the women at Open Doors: Cape Breton Women in Harmony, FREE [a new local group intended to encourage women to confidently play a greater role within the Cape Breton Music Industry] every Saturday - 3pm to 6pm - ceilidh every Saturday-hosted by either Pat Chafe, Gillian Head, or Mike Hall Jan 30th - 9pm - Songwriter's Circle with Rusty, Jacob & Wayne Highland Arts Theatre: ..2019-2020 Winter-Spring Season: 40 Bentinck St.: 902-565-3637: Jan 14th to May 17th - all 5 shows for $75 [booked before Dec 24th, 2019] Sunday two shows @ 2pm & 8pm; AND we're bringing back "A TRIBUTE TO THE ROTARY SHOW" this June 2020 Add it to your package for only $25. Joan Harriss Cruise Pavilion-Flavor On The Water: 74 Esplanade: Feb 8th - 6:30pm - A Night to Remember-A Valentine Gala with the Cape Breton Chorale & friends; semi-formal ;cocktails, 3 course dinner; after dinner dancing with JK Squared; hosts=Bette MacDonald & Maynard Morrison; @$ 100 Little Vegas Showroom: 451 Prince Street: 902-539-7665: every Wednesday - 9pm - open mic night with James Bornn & the band Forged Membertou Trade & Convention Centre: 50 Maillard St.: 902-539-2300: Feb 8th - 9pm - Matt Minglewood band Ziggy’s Pub & Grill: 1167 Kings Rd,: 902-539-8747: every Saturday - 5pm to 9pm - local live music Whitney Pier Royal Canadian Legion Branch #128: 850 Victoria Rd.: 902-539-4112: every Friday - 1:15pm to 2:14pm - Music Therapy for Cancer patients ; with music therapist Shelley Allen. [contact Alicia at the CB Cancer Centre at 902-567-6622 ] New Waterford (Portlairge Ùr) Breton Education Centre Auditorium: ......annual Coal Bowl..2020 Feb 3rd to Feb 8th: 667 Eight St.: 902-862-6432: Feb 3rd to 8th - Coal Bowl Classic;-basketball tournament; newwaterfordcoalbowl2017@gmail.com Glace Bay (Glasbaidh) The 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 flair every Saturday - 6pm to 7pm - The Coast Top 10 with Bill MacNeil every Saturday - 7pm to 8pm - Meet The Music • with Singer-songwriter Jason MacDonald; interviews with local & regional songwriters every Saturday - 10pm to midnight - 'Cape Breton Kitchen Party' • with Ron Neville every 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-Sydney

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Louisbourg Area Mira River Boat Club: 545 Hillside Rd.: 902-564-8660: every Friday - 8pm to 11pm-entertainment Marion Bridge (Drochaid Mhira) Fire Hall & Recreation Centre: 3921 Gabarus Highway: 902-727-3161: Feb 7th - 4pm to 6:30pm - Mira Community Market; Louisbourg Louisbourg Fortress: 3 Fortress Service Road: 902-733-3548: Feb 9th - noon to 3pm - Wagon rides; FREE; an afternoon of family fun! Wagon rides, marshmallow roasting, hot chocolate, ; ''Taste of Winter''' programming, co-hosted by Cape Breton Regional Municipality, Fortress Louisbourg Association and Parks Canada18th century games and activities

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Big Pond Area Red Islands fire hall: RR#1 #14799, Highway # 4: 902-535-3375: Jan 28th & Feb 4th - 10am to noon - beginner Gaelic wokshop, Cathy 902-561-2430; ceiteagcaimbeul@gmail.com; #$ 50 for 10 weeks

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St Peter's Area Dundee (Dùn Deagh) Dundee Resort & Golf Club-Macrae's dining room: 2750 West Bay Highway: 902-345-2649, 1-844-638-6333: every Monday - 7pm - Jam session,in the Chanter's Pub-Dundee room-downstairs; free; all skill levels, all instruments St George's Channel South Mountain Arm of Gold Community Hall: Jan 28th & Feb 4th - 1:30pm to 3:30pm - beginner Gaelic wokshop, Cathy 902-561-2430; ceiteagcaimbeul@gmail.com; #$ 50 for 10 weeks every Thursday - 1pm to 3pm - beginner conversational Gaelic sessions ; for 12 weeks, @$ 60[ Cathy @902-561-2430] Grand Anse Royal Canadian Legion-branch # 47: 902-345-2610: every Saturday - 9pm to 1am - adult dance with live bands; @ $ 8 St Peter's (Baile Naoimh Pheadair) Bras d’Or Lakes Inn-main lounge: 10095 Grenville St.: 902-535-2200, 1-800-818-5885: every Thursday - 7pm to 9:30pm - jam session with local talent; 2020 Jan 16th-hosted by Marty MacDougall & Echo Bras d’Or Lakes Inn -Lockmasters Quarters Pub: 10095 Grenville St.: 902-535-2200, 1-800-818-5885: Jan 30th - 7pm - David Stone Jan 31st - Jillian Fougere Feb 1st - 4pm - Hank Middleton MacBouch Restaurant & Lounge: 9975 Grenville St.: 902-535-3578: every Tuesday - 7pm to 9pm - Jam Nights will be changed to Tuesday Marina: 32 Lions Ave.: 902-226-3983: every Friday - 7:30pm - summer jam sessions Petit-de-Grat Radio Richmond-CITU 101.1FM: #3435 Hwy # 206: 902-226-0981: Feb 9th - 7pm - Music of Ireland with host/producer Paul Davis every Saturday - 7pm to 9pm - "Music From The Isle Of Newfoundland" with host Howard Sleep L’Ardoise Royal Canadian Legion, Branch #110: 20 St. Peters Forchu Rd.: 902-587-2263: Feb 8th - 5pm to 7pm - jam session; FREE; every second Saturday

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Mainland Area Heatherton (Baile An Fhraoich) Parish-Maple Hall-Concert: Feb 9th - 7pm to 10pm - kitchen party; @$ 5; lite lunch; all ages Guysborough (Baile Mhainisdear) Days Gone By Bakery: 143 Main St.: 902-533-2762: every Friday - 8pm to 11pm - open mike with a new host each week Antigonish (Am Baile Mór) Antigonish Winter Market: ........#4th Annual Antigonish Winter Market: 75 St. Ninian St.: every Saturday - 10am to 2pm - winter Market in the former National Philatelic Centre Building CJFX-radio: 5663 Highway #7.: 902-863-4580: every Sunday - 7pm to 8pm - the CJFX Ceilidh--Listen to Cape Breton Fiddles with Dave Gillis ; http://yourlisten.com/989XFM every 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/989XFM Gaelic Society: 220 Main st.: every Tuesday - 6pm to 8pm - Gaelic Classes for beginners [ 6 weeks @$ 60] Red door in the back of 220 Main St. Màiri Britton @$ 60 mairidannsa@gmail.com Piper's Pub: 33 College St.: 45°37.306′N 61°59.514′W: 902-863-2590: every Tuesday - 7pm to 10pm - open mic with Brent Collins every Thursday - 6pm to 8pm - weekly ceilidhs with host Brian MacDonald & friends Royal Canadian Legion-branch # 59/CACL: 83 Ninian St.: 902-863-3666: Jan 31st - Eddie Cummings Jr with Brian England and Brent Collins 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] Split Crow-Bar: 25 James St.: 902-343-9999: every Wednesday - 8:30pm to midnight - Wednesday Night Jam w/Chrissy Snow every Sunday - 8pm to 11:30pm - Anthony & Jordan St. FX-Gerald Schwartz School of Business-auditorium: Feb 7th - 7pm - Linda Ronstadt-the sound of my voice-1st Friday Film Festival room #205 St. FX-Schwartz -Auditorium: Feb 6th - 7pm - BLACK LIFE, BLACK LIBERATION AND THE CLIMATE CRISIS - 10th Annual Dr. Agnes Calliste African Heritage Lecture The TownHouse 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 session Lismore (Lios Mór) Community Centre: 4699 hwy 245: Jan 31st - 7pm - Variety concert ; proceeds to Karen Lynn MacDonald Allergy Awareness Society [ last friday of month] New Glasgow (Glaschu Ùr) Library street: Archimedes St: Feb 1st - 10:30am - African Storytelling workshop, with Maritime Centre for African Dance 182 Dalhousie St; Pictou (Phiogto) DeCoste Entertainment Centre: 90 Water St.: 1-800-353-5338, 902-485-8848: Jan 30th - 7:30pm - Bruce Guthro Songwriters Circle; with Adam Baldwin, Classified and Dave Sampson. @$ 48 Feb 3rd - 7:30pm - The Dream Boats; @$ 38 Feb 8th - 7:30pm - a musical tribute to the highwaymen Amherst Trider's Craft Beer: Feb 1st - Chirstina Martin Truro Best Western Plus Glengarry: 150 Willow St.: Feb 6th - 6pm - The Spinney Brothers; dinner and silent auction for Archway Counselling; @$ 45 First United Church -Memorial Hall: 111 Lorne St.: Jan 28th - 10am - ''They Shall Not Grow Old''-director Peter Jackson-centenary of first world war FREE Windsor The Spoke & Note: 85 Water St.: 902-306-1850: Jan 30th - 7:30pm - Songwriting Workshop with Terra Spencer ; '''Words and Noise''''' [Registration is $100 for the whole series - email terraspencermusic@gmail.com] Wolfville Paddy's Brew Pub: Main St.: every Sunday - 8pm to 11pm - Jam session Lower Sackville Welcome to CIOE 97.5 FM, the Voice of East Coast Music: 11 Glendale Ave, Unit 4: 902-252-7975: every Tuesday - 8pm to 10pm - Bluegrass Atlantic with Nancy Keddy every Saturday - 9am to noon - East Coast Rising – with Martin Hickey every Saturday - noon to 2pm - Cape Breton Calling – with Tony Mombourquette every Sunday - 3pm to 4pm - The Voice of New Scotland with Jean Watson every Sunday - 9am to 11am - Barn Dance with Keith Ross every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday - 6am to 9am - East Coast Mornings with George Jordan every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, & Friday - 9am - East Coast Kitchen Party with Al Hollingsworth Dartmouth Celtic Corner Public House-Irish Pub: 69 Alderney Drive;: 902-464-0740: every Sunday - 5pm to 7pm - afternoon ceilidhs . hosted by 'Fiddles & fish' Feb 6th - 8:30pm - Leona Burkey Jamieson's Irish House & Grill: 5 Cumberland Dr.: 902-433-0500: every Tuesday - Songwriters Open Mic happening tonight w/ guest host Andrew Molloy, New Scotland Brewing Co.: 91 Alderney Dr.: 902-406-2337: Jan 29th - 8pm - Dylan Gott Jan 30th - 6pm - Cape Breton Session; Kevin Dugas Jan 31st - 7:30pm - Willie Stratton Feb 1st - 8pm - Michael Dalton Feb 6th - 8pm - Zim Gars Trio Feb 7th - 7:30pm - Willie Stratton Feb 8th - 7:30pm - Jeremy Finney North Woodside Community Centre: 230 Pleasant St.: Feb 8th - 1pm to 3:30pm - Set dance classes with Scaip na Cleiti: Nova Scotia's Irish Set Dancers Seamus David's Irish Pub-Dartmouth Crossing: 21 Logiealmond Close Dartmouth Crossing: 902-462-2034: every Saturday - 8pm - entertainment Halifax (Halafacs) various town locations: ...2020 Jan 29th to Feb 2nd--7th Annual 'Halifax Celtic Festival': Jan 29th to Feb 2nd - 7th Annual 'Halifax Celtic Festival' Jan 29th - 4pm - Flag Raising & Opening Reception- Halifax Celtic Festival at Halifax City Hall featuring Mary MacLean on the small pipes. - 7:30pm - HCF Youth Ensemble Concert ; at Spatz Theatre Jan 30th - 7:30pm - HCF Giving Celtic Context · at Old Triangle Pub, Halifax, NS Jan 31st - 5:30pm to 11pm - HCF Celtic Kitchen Party in the Multipurpose Room at Halifax Forum FREE 19+ 6:30 PM Roger Stone & Lewis MacKinnon 7:45 PM Greene School of Dance 8:00 PM Alicia Putnam & Family 9:00 - 10:00 PM Big Island Trio and the The Superlative Irish Dancers Feb 1st - 11:30am - HCF Celtic Family Day in the Multipurpose Room at Halifax Forum Feb 2nd - noon - HCF Celtic Sunday in the Multipurpose Room at Halifax Forum Casino Nova Scotia -the Schooner room: 1983 Upper Water St.: 902-451-1221: every Saturday - 9pm - John Gracie-artist in residence at Casino Nova Scotia, once a month at 3Sixty; FREE Chocolate Lake Community Centre: 14 Purcells Cove Rd.: 902-490-4607: every Monday - 7pm to 9pm - Set dance classes with Scaip na Cleiti: Nova Scotia's Irish Set Dancers Dalhousie University-Student Union Building: 6136 University Ave.: Feb 3rd - 6pm to 8pm - The Power of Believing in Yourself: Reflections of a Rocket Scientist McInnis Room; 2nd floor Dalhousie Student Union Building; Durty Nelly's Authentic Irish Pub: 1645 Argyle St: 902-406-7640: every Thursday - 8pm to 10:30pm - celtic & traditional tunes; Hosted by Cassie Anne MacDonald every Sunday - 3pm to 6pm - Shannon Quinn celtic jam session Five Fishermen -Little Fish Oyster Bar: 1740 Argyle St.: 902-422-4421: every Thursday, Friday, & Saturday - 6pm to 9pm - live music Government house: 1451 Barrington St.: 902-424-7001: Feb 4th - 7pm to 8:30pm - to mark African Heritage Month, Poet Laureate Afua Cooper - her book, "15 Ships: The Exodus of the Black Loyalists from Nova Scotia to Sierra Leone"; [ must register at lt.gov.ns.ca 902-424-7001] Gus' Pub & Grill: 2605 Agricola St.: 902-423-7786: Jan 28th - 6:30pm - The Big Sing | Landslide Jan 31st - 10pm - Thirty Aught Six / Outlyrs / Hogtooth Live at Gus' Pub Feb 6th - 9pm - Grateful Dead Dance Party Feb 9th - 7pm - Mojo Martin at Gus' Pub & Grill Halifax Central Library-: 5440 Spring Garden Rd. +phone: 902-490-5700: Feb 7th - 9:30pm to 12:30pm - Turning Passion Into A Profession 2 Paul O'Regan Hall; Halifax Central Library; Halifax North Memorial Library: 2285 Gottingen St: Feb 1st - 3pm to 4:30pm - YOUNG AFRICAN NOVA SCOTIANS LEADING THROUGH EXCELLENCE Feb 5th - 6:30pm to 9pm - Reparations! Exploring a Basis for a Claim Lion's Head Tavern: 3081 Robie St.: 902-455-0181: every Wednesday - 8pm to 11pm - The Roy Logan WEDNESDAY jam Session Marriottt Harbourfront Hotel-Harbourstone Sea Grill & pour house: 1919 Upper Water St.: every Wednesday - 5pm to 8pm - live music Wednesdays Mount Saint Vincent University: 166 Bedford Highway: Feb 8th - 6:30pm to 11:30pm - 2020 Black History Month Cultural Activities and Dinner in the Rosary Hall; Obladee Wine Bar: 1600 Barrington St.: 902-405-4505: Jan 29th - 8pm - Live Jazz with Willem Paynter & Friends Pier 21-The Canadian Museum of Immigration: 1055 Marginal Road: 1-855-526-4721: Feb 5th - 6pm to 8:30pm - Exhibition Opening: Jamaican Nova Scotian Connections Sniggily Wiggily's: 1665 Argyle St.: Feb 1st - 10pm - John Hines Band & LeeBoy The Bus Stop Theatre co-op: 2203 Gottingen St.: 1-888-639-1169: Jan 28th - 6:30pm - A Handmade Film Screening: From East Coast to West Coast Jan 31st - 8pm - Frandz: An Improvised Sitcom *Series Finale Feb 1st - Best of Constellate 20191 The Carlton Hotel-Music Bar & Grill: 1685 Argyle St.: 902-422-6335: every Saturday - 10pm - The Carletones; @ $ 5 Jan 28th - 5pm - Dinner At The Carleton - Music By Jordan LeBlanc Jan 29th - 5pm - Dinner At The Carleton - Music By Laura Merrimen Jan 30th - 8:30pm - Cameron Hawes + Julia Cunningham Jan 31st - 5pm - Dinner At The Carleton - Music By Dusty Keleher - 9pm - Roadside Scarecrow + Corey Isenor Band Feb 1st - 5pm - Dinner At The Carleton - Music By Kristen Martell - 10pm - The Carleton Collective Feb 7th - in the marquee ballroom=a tribute to Fleetwood Mac-fundraiser for Mental Health NS. The Marquee Ballroom: 2037 Gottingen St.: Jan 27th - 6:45pm - Basia Bulat, Shawn Jobin et/and Émile Proulx-Cloutier Jan 28th - 6:45pm - Sam Roberts, Simon Daniel et/and Laurence Nerbonne Jan 29th - 6:45pm - Geoffroy, Mario Lepage et/and Salomé Leclerc Feb 8th - 7:30pm - The Stanfields / Halifax Album Release Show The Old Triangle Irish Alehouse: 5136 Prince St.: 902-492-4900: every Monday - 7:30pm - Dave MacIsaac & Louis Benoit; every Tuesday - 7:30pm to 10:30pm - Contemporary Celtic/Cape Breton repertoire every Sunday - 2pm to 5pm - Irish-style family friendly ceilidh; Open Session & Irish Set Dancing led by musicians Kevin Roach and Jane Lombard, The Seahorse Tavern: 2037 Gottingen St.: 902-423-7200: Jan 31st - 9pm - Home Bass Lunenburg Double S Park-hall: 140 Samuel Mader Road, New Germany: every Friday - 7pm to 10pm - acoustic music jam-South Shore Bluegrass Music Association Saulnierville 104.1 FM: C.P 8.: 1-902-769-2423: every day - 6pm to 10pm - The voice of the Southwest with Wayne Dugas



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