New Name and New Location with the New Year

Càirdean,

Our little study group has grown so much over the last year that we decided we are now a bit more than a study group.  Consequently, we announce a change in our name from the Baltimore Gaelic Study Group

TO:

Sgoil Ghàidhlig Bhaile an Taigh Mhóir

(The Gaelic School of Baltimore)

Teacher Scott Morrison recites “Ceithir Gaothan na h-Albann” (The Four Winds of Scotland) by Deòrsa Mac Iain Dheòrsa (George Campbell Hay)

ALSO:
As previously announced, we have a new location effective 13 January 2016.  We will be holding classes at the new Center for Neighborhoods at 10 E. North Avenue.  It’s fantastic to be just a block away from the Alehouse.  However, we have only one more class in the hidden recesses of Liam Flynn’s Alehouse that has been our home.

We’ll still gather at the Alehouse before and after classes, BUT

JOIN US FOR OUR FAREWELL TO THE ALEHOUSE CLASS:
Wednesday, 6 January 2016
6
:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Liam Flynn’s Alehouse, 22 West North Avenue.

$10 per class The text we will be using is Teach Yourself Complete Gaelic by Boyd Robertson and Iain Taylor  If you do not have the text yet and want to attend, don’t worry about the book, just come!

We are also using lessons from Taic.

All are welcome.  Classes are designed for beginners, but intermediate level speakers can be integrated in as well at their own level.
 
Check the schedule below for the 2016 schedule.  Hope you will join us.

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