Sunday, 18 November
DiDòmhnaich, 18mh An t-Samhain
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Tri uairean feasgar – Sia uairean feasgar
We will be in a private home in Towson. Directions provided upon RSVP.
Tha am foghar ann a bheireas an samhradh gu crìch agus a dh’fhosglas an geamhradh. (The autumn is here which brings the summer to an end and opens the winter.)
Thigibh ann cuide ruinn! (Join us!)
Aig a’ chèilidh (At the céilidh)
Our céilidhean are rooted in the traditional Highland céilidh as an intimate, informal gathering where stories, poems, songs, news, and more are shared; good food and drink are partaken of; and the craic is always good.
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 any of our study groups (though you are very welcome to join). We will be practicing our Gaelic, but everyone will feel comfortable, whether you have any Gaelic or not.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Chì sinn uile aig a’ chèilidh sibh! (We’ll see you all at the cèilidh)