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Là Fhéill Mìcheil | St. Michael’s Day

4119 Highway 223

1-902-725-2272



St. Michael was the Scottish and Irish patron saint of horses, travel, sea and seafarers. His calendar day was celebrated in the Hebrides with eating of a multi-grain bonnach called struan. Join us for a special St. Michael’s Day Milling Frolic in the Centre Chimney House. Traditional tea and struan will be served.

General admission fees apply. The event runs from 2 – 4 pm.

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