Baddeck Forks Golf Club is located along the beautiful Baddeck River which empties into the Bras d'Or lakes - an inland sea in the heart of Cape Breton Island.
Our golf course overlooks the valley and is surrounded by Crowdis Mountain in the West. The Highlands are spectacular and the view breath-taking. The public course is 10 minutes from the lovely Village of Baddeck. The community marks the beginning and end of the Cabot Trail, a world-famous scenic drive noted for spectacular vistas and seascapes.
Opening Day - May 25, 2018
Linda has been creating beautiful, functional pottery for almost 30 years. A wide range awaits you; mugs, bowls, teapots, serving platters and more. Come watch as Linda creates magic on the potter’s wheel and take home a piece of magic with you. Dinnerware orders accepted, ask for details! Also available at Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design. GETTING THERE: 1 KM EAST OF EXIT 10 ON HWY 105, TAKE (REAR) BIG HILL ROAD NORTH FOR 3 KM. FOLLOW THE SIGNS!
Open June to October, Tuesday to Saturday 10-5 Or by chance or appointment
Mamie’s Schoolhouse features fibre arts workshops using sustainable materials and processes. Founded by ecological fibre artist Mel Sweetnam, workshops include making dyes from plants, resist and other surface design techniques using plant dyes, hand-stitched bookbinding, and others. Schedule and locations vary, see website for details. Mel’s work is available online, at Cape Breton Centre for Craft & Design, Victoria County Creates and the Gaelic College Craft Shop.
Victoria County Creates is a place where local artists and craftspeople of all kinds can sell, work and teach others about their creative and technical processes. Find us in the charming waterfront town of Baddeck on Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia.Victoria County Creates is open year round and houses the work of over 70 artists. A wide range of items big and small, both functional and purely artistic. A world of wonder for someone looking for the perfect gift, especially during the holidays.