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The Celtic Music Interpretive Centre
Updates for 2013

Daily Lunch & Ceilidh
Join us for a delicious home-cooked Cape Breton meal while you enjoy live traditional Celtic music!

Wednesday Ceilidh
Weekly Wednesday evening Ceilidhs starting June 26th from 7:00-9:00pm.

Fiddly Workshops
Fiddle workshops available with some of Cape Breton's best known fiddlers! Every Thursday in July & August

Sunday Ceilidh
Year-round Weekly Sunday Ceilidh from 3:00-6:30pm

The strength of any society depends on the vigour of communities made up of responsible individuals who are aware and proud of their cultural roots.

Inverness County, with its deep sense of community and tradition, has long been an important contributor to the wider Canadian community in many fields of endeavour... but none more creatively and successfully than Celtic music.

The Celtic music of Inverness County is enriched by the past and full of promise for the future. But that promise can only be fulfilled by a conscious and concerted effort to build on the success of past and present community-based efforts.

Contact Information

Phone: (902) 787-2708
Fax: (902) 787-2380
Email: info@celticmusiccentre.com
 
Website: www.celticmusiccentre.com
Location: 5471 Route 19, Judique

How to get there

We are located at 5471 Route 19, Judique, Inverness County

Judique is located on the West coast of Cape Breton Island,

From Truro, Nova Scotia:

Follow the TransCanada (Highway 104) to the Canso Causeway. Once across the Causeway and over the swing bridge, you will climb a short hill to a rotary. Look for signs for Route 19 and Inverness (the first left turn in the rotary). You will then be on the Ceilidh Trail (Rte.19) and reach Judique in about 20 minutes (17 miles/30 km). The Celtic Music Interpretive Centre is easy to find — across Route 19 from St. Andrew's Church and next to the Judique Community Centre.

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