Sgoil Ghàidhlig Bhaile an Taigh Mhóir (The Gaelic School of Baltimore) held it’s first class in its new location on the 10th of February in The Center for Neighborhoods.
It’s a cheery, well-equipped space with a whiteboard, television screen for video use, and comfortable chairs.
Also, there’s plenty of space for individual instruction as well as small group meetings separately. The flexibility is important because we have learners of different levels in the same evening session.
The building fronts on E. North Avenue, but the entrance is at 25 E. 20th Street. It’s just a block down from Liam Flynn’s Alehouse, 22 West North Avenue, so we can still enjoy food and drink before or after the lessons and take part in the music sessions after class. In fact, for the foreseeable future a group will be leaving the Alehouse at 6:15 pm to walk to the class together.