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8 August 2022 / Read more

AlgomaTrad 2022 Online Auction Now Open!

AlgomaTrad 2022 Online Fundraiser Auction Now Open!

29 July 2022 / Read more

Annual AlgomaTrad Staff Concert Extravaganza, Thursday, August 11, 7:30pm

Annual AlgomaTrad Staff Concert Extravaganza, Thursday, August 11, 7:30pm, Centennial Grounds, Richards Landing.

7 July 2022 / Read more

Summer 2022 Programs at the AlgomaTrad Centre

AlgomaTrad Summer 2022 Workshops at the Centre, including blacksmithing, eco-printing, music, stepdance, youth acoustic night, and more!

29 April 2022 / Read more

AlgomaTrad Family Camp 2022 now open for registration!

The 19th Annual Algoma Traditional Music, Dance, and Heritage Arts Family Camp (AlgomaTrad Family Camp 2022) is now open for registration. The camp runs from Monday evening, August 08 to Sunday morning, August 14.  Register Now or find out more About Camp. AlgomaTrad Family Camp 2022 features an exciting cast of great Canadian musicians and […]

6 June 2022 / Read more

Shane Cook and the Woodchippers In Concert

AlgomaTrad presents Summer Concerts with Grosse Isle, AlgomaTrad Centre, Tuesday, July 05 and Blind River, Monday, July 04 and with Shane Cook and the Woodchippers, AlgomaTrad Centre, Thursday, July 14.

4 May 2022

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AlgomaTrad Summer Employment Opportunity 2022

AlgomaTrad is offering two summer employment opportunities.

3 April 2022 / Read more

AlgomaTrad presents May Concerts with Vinta and Jane & Kyle

AlgomaTrad presents young tradition groups Vinta on Saturday, May 07, Richards Landing, and May 09, Blind River, and Jane & Kyle on Monday, May 16, AlgomaTrad Centre, and May 17, Blind River.

21 March 2022 / Read more

Trivia Night FUNdraiser, Saturday, April 23, 7pm

AlgomaTrad’s Spring 2022 Online Trivia Night FUNdraiser, Saturday, April 23, 7pm.

21 March 2022 / Read more

It’s a wrap! Senior Artists Online Series a success!

AlgomaTrad culminated its Senior Artists Online Series on March 15th with a final online concert from Blind River Franco-Ontarian group Les Anges de la Campagne. Seven weeks of programming included 14 artists, 9 concerts, 5 artist presentations, and 3 hands-on heritage craft workshops. Over 200 seniors from across the North Shore of Lake Huron, from […]