Cabot Shores Selected for 40th Annual Bridge Retreat
Re-Treat Yourself- Young Adult Cancer Canada
Shambhala Lineage Festival at Cabot Shores
Breast Cancer Action Nova Scotia
Comments from Guests
“I would travel back every season if I could. The wide variety of what Cabot Shores offers is what helps to form its great character. No matter what season you visit in, adventure awaits.”~ Erin Davis
“I had the pleasure of being at Cabot Shores for their annual New Year’s Levee. What a wonderful occasion for the local community and for guests alike! Cabot Shores opened its doors to visitors for a day of delicious food and great company. I met a variety of interesting people. The food was delicious and plentiful. At the end of the day, another guest and I participated in the first annual polar bear swim! I can’t tell you how exhilarating it was to jump into Indian Brook at the dead of winter! I’ve never felt more alive!”~Gayle
Every once in a while, you meet pioneers who make a big difference around Cape Breton.
Jacques and Micheline started a bike club called Velo Cape Breton which helps cyclists here and from around the world explore Cape Breton, have fun and promote good health all in one full swoop.
Recently, we attended the Velo Cape Breton Annual Awards dinner to show our support and to our surprise, Cabot Shores was chosen for the “Bicycle Friendly Award” for supporting cyclists and their bikes cycling the Cabot Trail.
Cabot Shores even had a chance to present their own “Adventurers Award” to Jacques and Micheline.
What impresses us about Jacques and Micheline is their enthusiasm for active living and spirit of adventure- during all 4 seasons! Last Valentine’s Weekend, they braved a snowstorm to visit our Bistro & Lodge, and the next morning carried on snowshoeing with me and Cosmo up the Wilderness Trail to Indian Brook Great Falls.
They’re both retired but I think a better description is “re-fired” since
besides Velo Cape Breton they’ve developed trails for Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing (often by the full moon). Sound good?
It’s the kind of winter adventures offered on Cape Breton, beside
ample musical kitchen parties and getaways…
So they are the kind of 4 season adventurers we love to host at
Micheline Guillot & Jacques Cote
Snowshoeing to Indian Brook Great Falls…
UPCOMING EVENTS at CABOT SHORES
Valentine’s Weekend Getaway (Feb 10-12)
ONLY 1 LODGE ROOM & 2 CHALETS LEFT!
Tickets still available for Valentine’s Dinner & Entertainment
w/o Accommodations- Call for details 929-2584 or email email@example.com
Special Note: Proceeds from the concert will be donated to the Good Health Festival Society which supports Breast Cancer Action Nova Scotia. This event will be the first fundraiser of the year for the Good Health Festival Society and will help sponsor the 2nd annual BCANS retreat being held in Cape Breton in October 2012.
March Break Madness (March 9-18)
Looking for the perfect getaway for you and your family this March Break? Grab your family, your friends or your hunny and join us at Cabot Shores where all week we’ll be dishing out good food, great company and live music!
Road Scholar: Cultural Adventures on CB
6 Days/7 Nights
May 24-30, June 15-21, Sept 12-18, Oct 9-15 2012
Go off the beaten path in one of Nova Scotia’s most beautiful coastal regions as you paddle through its unique waterways, hike along scenic trails and meet residents who share the region’s cultural traditions and history. Walk to waterfalls and hidden lakes, and enjoy outdoor adventures such as kayaking, canoeing, and yolo boarding. Spot indigenous wildlife — moose, Bald Eagles and seabirds — during nature explorations with members of the Mi’kmaq community, and enjoy an immersion into Gaelic culture as you take in live music performances… For more information or to register for Culture Adventures in Cape Breton, please call (902)929-2584 or visit www.roadscholar.org.
People’s Blue Grass | Folk Festival
A two and half day experiential music adventure into traditional and blues grass music, featuring some of North Americans best pickers and performers, featuring over 30 performances, selected showcases, jam band development working toward showcases, as well as instrument clinics and workshops. Everybody gets to listen, learn and play. One main stage, three showcase stages. Accommodation and tenting available.
Intergenerational Adventures on Cape Breton
Program is intended for Grandparents & Grandchildren (aged 10-14)
6 Days/7 Nights
July 7th – July 13th 2012
Explore the historical, cultural and natural riches of Cape Breton Island. Trek through old moose hunting camps and across creeks to beautiful waterfalls as you scan the trees for eagles’ nests. Learn about the indigenous Mi’kmaq people from elders who describe Mi’kmaq gatherings, trails and hunting practices, and hear stories and legends around the fire and inside a tipi. Cook out over an open fire, explore area waterways by ferry, canoe and kayak and share a dinner of Nova Scotia seafood with a Cape Breton fisherman whose family has five generations of experience in the trade. For more information or to register for Intergenerational Adventures on Cape Breton, please call
(902) 929-2584 or visit www.roadscholar.org
Newsletter creation: with thanks to Sara Rankin, an able photographer who doesn’t much like having her picture taken….