AlgomaTrad

AlgomaTrad is a registered charity dedicated to building community through the celebration, sharing, and learning of traditional music, dance, arts, and heritage craft

Fiddle fun at AlgomaTrad

Since 2004, AlgomaTrad  has produced over 400 programs and events, including community dances, concerts, workshops, festivals, and its annual Family Camp, while hosting over 250 nationally and internationally renowned performers, artists, and mentors. We are currently developing the year-round, environmentally-sustainable AlgomaTrad Centre on St. Joseph Island.

If you’d like to make a donation to support our work and the building of the AlgomaTrad Centre, we thank you!

AlgomaTrad acknowledges the Indigenous Peoples of the lands on which we all live. We do this to reaffirm our commitment and responsibility to improving relationships between nations AND to improving our own understanding of local Indigenous people and their cultures. From coast to coast to coast, we acknowledge the ancestral and unceded territory of all the Inuit, Métis, and First Nations people that call this land home. We recognize the harms of the past and hope that we can all move forward in a spirit of reconciliation and collaboration. The  AlgomaTrad Centre is on the traditional lands of the Aniishinaabe and Métis. We are committed to honouring their voices, and to learning from their community members.

Summer Programs 2024

Thank you for your interest in our upcoming summer programs, which include workshops in blacksmithing, bookmaking & paper arts, and broom-making, in addition to two Acoustic Cafe evenings and a few AlgomaTrad info sessions, open to all! See below for more info and links to registration forms. AlgomaTrad is also hosting our annual Summer Concert […]

14 June 2024 / Read – Lire

AlgomaTrad Family Camp 2024 – Registration Open!

Register Now! Join us for our 21st Anniversary. The camp runs from Monday evening, August 12, to Sunday morning, August 18. We’re excited to feature our artists this year —watch our  Facebook and Instagram pages in the coming weeks as we begin sharing who’s coming to camp!

17 March 2024 / Read – Lire

Brook Nadjiwon Memorial Fund

At the request of Brook’s family, AlgomaTrad is honoured to accept donations in her memory for the Brook Nadjiwon Memorial Fund. More information will be made available soon. This Fund will support music students who wish to discover and grow their love for music like Brook. When you arrive on the Donation platform page, Zeffy, […]

2 June 2024 / Read – Lire

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