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

Fiddle fun at AlgomaTradAlgomaTrad 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-competitive 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 and from cultural theme weekends to blacksmithing and fibre arts. We are currently developing plans for a heritage arts centre on St. Joseph Island. Come join us and share the joy of community through traditional arts and culture!

Sam Allison (Lotus Wight)

Sam Allison (Lotus Wight) is a performer/Instructor at AlgomaTrad 2019.

AlgomaTrad Irish Ceili – Music Session and Dance, Saturday, March 30

AlgomaTrad Community Dance, Irish Music Session, Young Families Dance, and Potluck, Saturday, March 30, Legion Hall, Richards Landing. Session 3:30; Young Families Dance 5pm; Potluck 6pm; Dance 7:30pm.

7th Annual AlgomaTrad Trivia Night 2019, Friday, April 26

7th Annual AlgomaTrad Trivia Night 2019 The AlgomaTrad Trivia FUNd-raiser is a night of friendship and friendly competition with the goal this year of raising money for the AlgomaTrad Centre Building Fund. We hope you will join us to make it a success! When: Friday, April 26, 2019 Where: Royal Canadian Legion Hall, Richards Landing […]

AlgomaTrad Presents a Felting Workshop, Saturday, February 2

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

AlgomaTrad Group Classes Program, Winter 2019

AlgomaTrad is presenting a 5-week Group Classes program, Tuesday evenings from February 5 to March 5, 2019.

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