Events Calendar

January 2021
  • Friday 22 January 2021 07:00pm
    Robert Burns Day

    Location: Online Event


    Celebrate Robert Burns Day from the comfort of your own home - with a two-hour concert filled with some of the best traditional Scottish musicians from Canada, the United States, & Scotland!
    Featuring performances by The Barra MacNeils, The American Rogues, Les Fireflies, Ivan & Vivian Hicks - Down Home Fiddle Productions, Patricia Murray, Angus MacKenzie Ceòl, Dunnett School of Highland Dance, Moncton District Pipe Band, & more!
    Concert will be available Friday, January 22 until Monday, January 25, 2021.
    This concert is organized by the Greater Moncton Scottish Association, with thanks to our sponsors & partners.
    GOLD SPONSOR: Highland Park Whisky
    VENUE PARTNER: Riverview Arts Centre
    Support for our organization includes funding from Canadian Heritage, Government of New Brunswick, City of Moncton / Ville de Moncton, Town of Riverview, Downtown Moncton Centre-ville.

  • Friday 22 January 2021 07:00pm
    Virtual Burns Night

    Location: Online Event


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  • Sunday 24 January 2021 07:00pm
    Virtual Burns Day from Saint John, NB

    Location: Online Event


    Sunday, January 24, 7pm
    Virtual Burns Day from Saint John, NB
    St. Andrew’s Society of Saint John
    On YouTube, go to:
    On Zoom, go to:
    Meeting ID: 936 7537 1339
    Password: 195906

  • Saturday 30 January 2021 06:30pm
    Burns Night Ceilidh - Live ZOOM Event!

    Location: Online Event


    We’re so excited to be hosting our first ever LIVE zoom event! If you’re looking for the best way to celebrate Robbie Burns, look no further!
    This event will feature dancers, pipers, poetry, stories, singing, and more! To register to attend, please sign up here:
    We can only host 100 MAXIMUM, so be sure to get signed up early to secure a spot!
    We have also partnered up with @picaroons to offer a special Burns Night take out meal that you can pick up and enjoy from the comfort of your home while you enjoy the performance. More details to come!

February 2021
  • Thursday 04 February 2021 08:00pm
    Keeping It Lit: A Discussion on Brigid’s Roots and Feminist Legacy

    Location: Online Event


    Letter from the Embassy of Ireland:

    Dear Irish Community,

    As many of you are aware, the 1st of February is St. Brigid’s Day, which marks the beginning of spring in Ireland. The day has long symbolised hope, renewal, fertility and the feminine, originating in the pre-Christian festival of Imbolc.

    To mark St. Brigid’s Day 2021, the Embassy is hosting a live virtual event on our YouTube channel at 7pm EST on Thursday 04 February.

    Join Ambassador Dr. Eamonn McKee and special guest Dr. Julie Le Blanc (who many of you will remember from our Halloween events) for a fireside chat entitled “Keeping It Lit: A Discussion on Brigid’s Roots and Feminist Legacy”.

    This conversation, which will explore Brigid the goddess and Brigid the saint promises to be super interesting, and all you have to do to watch is go to our YouTube channel at the appointed hour:

    You can find Dr. Le Blanc’s bio below.

    Keep an eye on your inboxes on Monday for more Brigid’s material, and don’t forget to check out the Vancouver St. Brigid’s Day Festival, which kicks off this Sunday! Details here:

    Have a lovely weekend,


     Julie M-A LeBlanc holds a PhD in folklore from Memorial University of Newfoundland and an MPhil in medieval history from Trinity College Dublin, has taken cultural management courses at the École des hautes études commerciales (HEC) in Montréal, and is an accredited strategic performance management specialist from Rutgers University, New Jersey. In addition to holding policy, research, and parliamentary affairs roles, she is currently a senior policy analyst with Women and Gender Equality Canada, and is a part-time professor of Celtic Studies at the University of Ottawa. She lives and works on traditional unceded Algonquin territory with her spouse, son, and daughter, and actively participates in multi-cultural community events and activities celebrating her mixed heritage.

    Laura Finlay

    Second Secretary | Embassy of Ireland | 130 Albert Street, Suite 1105, Ottawa, ON K1P 5G4, Canada|*; |( tel: +1 613 288 3297 |:


  • Saturday 06 February 2021 08:00pm
    Jason Martell of Raglan Road

    Location: Miramichi, NB


    1696 Water St.

    Raglan Road


  • Saturday 20 February 2021 09:00pm
    POSTPONED-Raglan Road 4.0 at Dolan’s Pub (Fri & Sat)

    Location: Fredericton, NB


    From their Facebook page Feb. 14:

    Hey folks........Jason here from Raglan Road. Unfortunately, we have to postpone our 2 upcoming shows at the incredible Dolan’s Pub in Fredericton?I’m dealing with an extended bout of laryngitis and strained vocal chords that make singing impossible. We are hoping that things improve in time for St. Patrick’s 2021 but we will keep everyone in the loop. Thanks for understanding and we will see you soon. 

    Careful what you ask for Fredericton as Raglan Road 4.0 is coming to town! For the first time ever, the party comes to the capital city so alert your mates, prepare your liver and get ready for a 2 night musical punch in the mouth! Ticket info via Dolan’s.


March 2021