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Dedicated to building community through music, dance, art and heritage craft traditions

Fiddle fun at AlgomaTradAlgomaTrad: Algoma Traditional Music and Dance Group is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to the celebration, sharing, and learning of traditional music, dance and arts that are part of our Canadian culture and heritage. AlgomaTrad operates an annual traditional music, dance, arts, and heritage craft Family Camp, organizes dances throughout the year, and presents concerts of some of the finest traditional and folk musicians Canada has to offer. The organization has been supported over its 15 year existence with grants from the Ontario Trillium Foundation, Ontario Arts Council Northern Arts and Arts Education programs, the FreshStart! program from Heritage Canada, the Artist and Community Collaboration Program of the Canada Council for the Arts, and the Great Lakes Stewardship Program. We are currently developing the AlgomaTrad Centre on St. Joseph Island to offer year round programming.

Emilyn Stam and Nathan Smith, House Concerts, Feb. 13/14, Desbarats and the Sault

AlgomaTrad and Jim&Anne present fiddlers, singers, and multi-instrumentalists Emilyn Stam and Nathan Smith, in two house concerts, February 13th, Desbarats, and February 14th, Sault Ste Marie.

Music and Dance Program for Families with Young Children, January 29 – March 04

AlgomaTrad is offering a 6-week program for families with young children, every Wednesday from January 29 to March 04, 10:30am to 11:30am, at the Old Town Hall in Richards Landing. Cost per family for 6 weeks is $60.

Robbie Burns Supper SOLD OUT!

Robbie Burns Supper, January 24, is SOLD OUT.

Scottish Country Dance Learning Session, January 2020

AlgomaTrad presents a Learn Scottish Country Dancing program, Jan. 07, 14, and 21, at the Gordon Lake Hall, 1800 Gordan Lake Rd, Desbarats, All Welcome!

AlgomaTrad presents a Felting PaintingWorkshop w/ Dawn Allard, Sunday, Feb. 2

AlgomaTrad presents a Felted Painting workshop with Dawn Allard, Sunday, February 2, 10am.

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