Productions Café Heritage in planning for its annual Rayside Balfour Heritage Days Festival has taken on a new strategic focus in moving from providing entertainment to education and ultimately leading to experiential opportunities. The purpose of the project is to create an intimate acoustic setting where our performers; both professional and amateur, will be able to create a fun afternoon filled with story telling, jamming, dancing, and connecting with walk-in artists from across North-Eastern Ontario.
Hosted by Centre franco-ontarien de folklore with an amazing fun group comprised of:
Patrick Breton (Host)
Walk-On Artists welcomed
Country Blue Grass
Marc Serré (host)
Rock N’ Roll
Gavan Rousseau (host)
Walk-On Artists Welcomed
Walk in the footsteps of a Coureur de Bois, experience the taste of Bannock, sing along with our performers, speak with our weapons of the past historian, and be a trapper for the moment are but a few of the wonderful experiences that will experience when you join up our RendezVOUS Whitewater Program.
Bring the Rendez-VOUS Whitewater Program to your school (French/English) or to your next Festival.
Métis Rick Meilleur-Host (Métis Nipissing Families)
Chantal Boudreau (Singer)
Denis Lefebvre-Story Teller (French River Métis Tribe)
Marc Hebert-Story Teller (Métis Nipissing Families)
Ron Morrison-Story Teller (Voyageur Black Powder Gun Club)
Sabastian Dalcourt (Musician)
Sharon Gauthier-Singer/Story Teller (French River Métis Tribe)