Traditional Cèilidh in Baltimore – 24 July

Là math dhuibh uile!

Sgoil Ghàidhlig Bhaile an Taigh Mhóir is hosting a cèilidh in a private home in Baltimore on Sunday, 24 July, starting at 5:00 pm.  Our teacher, Scott Morrison, will be our Fear an Taighe for the evening.

This is in the style of a traditional cèilidh where in a casual, intimate environment, accompanied by food and drink, everyone shares songs, stories, legends, poems, or other literary or musical offerings.

If you are interested in Gaelic culture and language, we would love for you to come.  You do not have to be a participant in our study group.  We will be practicing our Gaelic, but everyone will feel comfortable, whether you have any Gaelic or not.  Please read below for more details, and please RSVP to so we know how many to expect. Since this is a private home the address and directions will be given out as folks RSVP.

Highland Dance
Actual image from our last cèilidh!

Food & Drink

Our hosts will be preparing food, but everyone is welcome to bring food.  Potluck, or the old groaning board, allows us all to share, which is what the evening is about.  The food doesn’t have to be Scottish or Irish.  The only restriction for the house is that it be vegetarian and not prepared in dishes that had been used for meat. We appreciate your understanding about that.

So, for food, if you are bringing something, please let us know what you may be bringing.


Next, everyone is encouraged to bring an offering of some kind for the cèilidh – a song, a poem, a story, a joke, pretty much anything to share.  It doesn’t have to be in Gaelic (but if it is it would be great).  It might not even be a Gaelic story.  Perhaps a family story, a folk song.

Please think about what you might offer and let us know what it is.

We’re all really looking forward to the gathering.

Chì mi sibh uile aig a’ chèilidh! (See you all at the cèilidh)

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