Dedicated to building community through music, dance, art and heritage craft traditions
AlgomaTrad is dedicated to the celebration and sharing of the traditional music, dance, arts and crafts that are part of our Canadian culture and heritage in a non-competetive and hands-on atmosphere.
Every August since 2004 we have organized the week-long AlgomaTrad Family Camp that offers workshops and concerts in traditional music, dance, art, and heritage craft in a multi-generational and family-friendly environment on St. Joseph Island in Ontario (approximately 45-minutes southeast of Sault Ste. Marie). Throughout the year, AlgomaTrad presents family ceili’s and dances, school dance programs, concerts, and workshops in everything from fiddling to bird feeder building, from cultural theme weekends to blacksmithing and fibre arts. Come join us and share the joy of community through traditional arts and culture!
The O’Schraves perform at the Lake Superior State University, Sault Ste, Marie, Michigan, on Thursday, March 1, 2018 at 7PM.
News from Algoma Trad about Benefit Ceili and Fundraiser for Sandra Hodge, December 8; First Dance of 2018, January 5; successful Fall programs including Tree Planting, Birdfeeder Workshop, Community Dance in Schools, and grantsgrantsgrants; plus Desbarats Christmas Bird Count by Kensington Conservancy.
AlgomaTrad Family Ceili, Saturday, January 5, 2018, Legion Hall, Richards Landing.
Benefit Ceili and Fundraiser for Sandra Hodge, Royal Canadian Legion Hall, 96 Great Northern Rd., Sault Ste. Marie, Friday, December 8, 7:30 PM. All welcome.
The O’Schraves perform at the Hay Fever Ottawa Contra Dance Weekend, November 3-5, 2017