Our club essentially aims to highlight, promote, disseminate and share some aspects of Breton culture mainly in New Caledonia but also across the regions of the Southwest Pacific.
It is open to anyone interested in the cultural heritage of the Celtic universes.
We are particularly active with Breton dance and music. We are also interested in any other form of traditional western European dances (Scottish country dance, Irish set dancing among others). We enjoy practicing historical dances too, particularly medieval and Renaissance.
At last, we have created a section dedicated to the genealogy and history of migrations across the Pacific.
We wish you a good visit of our pages.
Come back often to keep up to date with our news and do not hesitate to contact us or come and meet us. Our activities are free and open to all (no registration to take, no contribution to pay).
See you soon !
In the footsteps of the burial of Captain Huon de Kermadec
In the south of Noumea, a stele is paying a...Read More
Irish migrants in New Caledonia in the 19th century
While walking inside the St. Joseph Cathedral in Noumea, some...Read More
The Amédée lighthouse and its Breton twin
Visiting Ilôt Amédée and its iconic 19th century lighthouse is...Read More