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Visit Celtic Canada! – Explore Irish and Scottish culture on this side of the Atlantic in 2008 by visiting Canada. Check out Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Newfoundland for a summer filled with Irish and Scottish festivals and heritage. Check back frequently for more listings.


New Brunswick
Canada's Irish Festival

Canada's irish Festival held in Miramichi, New Brunswick is now planning its 25th year as one of the country's premier cultural events from July 17-20, 2008. Cultural workshops, Irish music, vendor booths, theatre and a family walking parade promises to entertain the thousands that attend this annual event.

Canada's Irish Festival
Box 415
NB Canada E1N 3A8
Tel: 1-506-778-8810

Prince Edward Island
Book Your Vacation!

Get in touch with your Celtic roots on beautiful Prince Edward Island. With green, gently rolling hills spilling into dramatic red-sand beaches, Prince Edward Island will charm you like no other place on earth. Attend one of our Celtic festivals, dance till the wee hours of the morning at a ceilidh or feast on fresh-caught lobsters, oysters and mussels. Book your perfect vacation today.

For your FREE Gentle Island Guide
Call: 1-888-463-4PEI (4734)
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Prince Edward Island

Newfoundland Labrador
Get in touch with your inner Celt, Let's Dance!

Newfoundland Labrador is Canada's most Irish Province, renowned for its exciting blend of traditional Irish dance, music and culture. Irish dance master, Shawn Silver founder of iDance, offers special classes and workshops for visitors to the island this summer. iDance performs at the Canada Day celebrations in Torbay on July 1 and the Irish Festival of Friends in Logy Bay, August 16-17. Then, Shawn embarks on a North American tour with The Magic of Ireland show.

Shawn Silver School of Irish Dance
181 Hamilton Ave., St. Johnís
Newfoundland, A1E 1K1 Canada
709 690-2101 | and




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