Salt water, lobsters and tunes
Come celebrate and experience one of the most typically Nova-Scotian of feasts, spiced up with local music, history and traditions!
Local musicians and storytellers will greet visitors and walk them to the gathering by the ocean. Water will be boiling, and guests can begin cooking their own lobsters with help and guidance from the experts. Lobster will also be served with local greens and bread.
As you enjoy a most traditionally Nova-Scotian favourite by the water, immerse yourself in the colourful and rich Acadian culture that invigorates our village. À table!
Price: $75 + HST
Dates: July 16, July 17, July 23, July 24, July 30, July 31, August 06, August 07
Time: 6:30pm– 09:0 pm ADT
Let us take you on a visit around our Centre: our guided tour will whisk you away on a journey through history, music and song. Allow a magical world of costumes and dance entrance you. The whimsical tradition of Mi-Carême invites you to dress up so that nobody recognizes you! The Mi-Carême Centre will unveil the secrets and the art of disguise, of mystery, and most importantly of masks - indeed, what is a good costume without a mask?
After an inspiring visit, you will be invited into the Centre's workshop, where you can paint the mask of the character you choose to transform yourself into for Mi-Carême!
After all, isn't the most wonderful of disguises the one where absolutely no one can tell who you are?
Price: $25 + HST
Dates: July 12 to October 10, 2021
PHONE : 902-224-1016
51 Old Cabot Trail Road, Grand Étang, NS B0E 1L0
Once you are on the Cabot Trail and see the Grand Étang Harbour, turn onto the road that hugs the harbour and you will see the Mi-Carême Interpretative Centre. The Centre is located behind the LeMoine Co-op Store of Grand Étang.
There is free parking at the site.