5th Annual Rural Health Fair

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5th Annual Rural Health Fair: Cultivating Your Community Roots

Saturday, May 14th 2016

12:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Kakabeka Falls School

1 Porter St, Kakabeka Falls (corner of HWY 11/17 and Porter St)

 

5th Annual Rural Health Fair: Cultivating Your Community Roots

• Free
• Workshops
• Over 40 exhibitors
• Draws and Grab bags
• Rural Cupboard Food Drive
• Entertainment
• Complimentary healthy snack, tea and coffee

Event date :
Saturday May 14th, 2016 @ 12:00 p.m – 4 p.m

Location event :
Thunder Bay, ON

Scott Woods – Fiddling in the key of ….eh?

Fasten your seat belts for some great Canadian step dancing and more! This fun filled live show explores great Canadian fiddling styles from Cape Breton and Scottish to Acadian and Irish, French Canadian, Metis and Eastern European.  And with great Canadian fiddling comes great Canadian step dancing so fasten your seat
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Fiddling in the key of ….eh?

This fun filled live show explores great Canadian fiddling styles from Cape Breton and Scottish to Acadian and Irish, French Canadian, Metis and Eastern European. And with great Canadian fiddling comes great Canadian step dancing so fasten your seat belts for a heavy dose of this crowd favourite. If you
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