Jigging and traditional music have always been part of the Poulin, Ross, Bell and Allard families of Gravelbourg, Saskatchewan. This love of music has been handed down from generation to generation and today, four of these families’ youngsters have come together to form a group called Les Cireux de semelles (“The shoe sole shiners”). One of the group’s members, Justin Bell, shares his grandmother’s love of dance and music. Justin is aware of the sacrifices made by people such as his grandmother who toiled in the fields while ferociously defending their French Canadian culture and language. We meet them during the 100th anniversary celebrations of the founding of Gravelbourg and of the Ross farm. Justin is torn because he knows this is the end of an era and a way of life. Even though he cannot take over the farm, he will nevertheless keep his grandmother Cécile’s music as a legacy… so as not to forget.