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The Judique C@P Site is operated by the Judique Dotcom Society, inside the Judique Community Centre.
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More Scottish settlers arrived in 1787 and onward. Fishing and farming became the dominant industries, while music and dance thrived.
Many of Cape Breton’s master fiddlers hail from nearby, including Buddy MacMaster, Natalie MacMaster, and Ashley MacIsaac, and Dan R. MacDonald. Well known musicians often return home to perform in summer. Step dancing is showcased whenever a fiddler lifts his bow for a lively tune.
The Celtic Music Interpretive Centre, in its new building as of 2006, highlights Judique’s role in the culture of Cape Breton Island. Visitors will find the Buddy MacMaster School of Fiddling, music demonstrations, workshops, exhibits, and extensive audio archives within.
At the C@P Site, multimedia programs and equipment can enhance one’s enjoyment of the sights and sounds of Judique.