Date: Feb 18, 2023
Start your evening with a delicious three-course dinner in the Cabot Shores Bistro. Whether you’re vegetarian, vegan, a local seafood lover, a carnivore, or somewhere in between, you’ll be sure to find something on the menu that delights your taste buds!
6 pm: Dinner at Cabot Shores Bistro
7:30-9:00 pm: Concert with Rob Murphy
9:00-9:30 pm: Music Jam (All welcome!)
Rob Murphy is a Cape Breton singer/songwriter known for his raspy vocals and heart-on-the-sleeve lyrics. Rob began playing guitar at age ten and writing music in his early teens. In 2017, Rob wrote the song “300 Days” about devastating mental health wait times in Cape Breton. Within two days, the demo he recorded at home went viral, launching Rob into the singer/songwriter scene.
This song was used by the Canadian Mental Health Association in May 2017 for Mental Health Month. In November 2017 Rob released his first EP.. titled “300 Days” which was well-received and had over 60,000 Streams online. It’s a mix of Roots, Pop and Americana Music. With the release of this album, Rob played over 200 Shows during 2018 in Nova Scotia during this period with intimate and high-energy performances.
Looking for a great way to spend your long weekend on Cape Breton Island? Chéticamp will wow you! Let two local ambassadors, Jeremy Smith of CB West Paddle Boards and Napoleon Chiasson, one of our Acadian cultural ambassadors, guide you!
Have you been looking for a way to get out and enjoy this winter season? Well, how about a day snowshoeing in the mountains or along the coastline and then warming up next to a wood stove inside a cozy cabin with a hot cup of coffee?
Once again, your heart is pumping, you’re amazed and invigorated as you ascend to the top of Franey Mountain and your reward… a 360° view of the entire Clyburn Brook canyon and the Atlantic coastline from Cape Smokey to Ingonish! Simply breath-taking