Category Archives: Local Events

Gruth ‘s Uachdar (Crowdie & Cream)

A rare chance to see the Gaelic BBC TV drama on the big screen. The true-life story from childhood of author, Findlay J McDonald, who was born and brought up on the Isle of Harris. Set in the 1930s until he left the island after the Second World War to further his education on the mainland.

Screened in association with Gàidhlig Dumgal https://gaidhligdumgal.org (Gaelic language interest group for D&G) who will provide a post film discussion.
Dimàirt an 27 là dhen t-Samhain 
air 6:30f  (Tuesday 27th Nov 2018 @ 6:30pm)

http://www.rbcft.co.uk/films-showing/november.html#crow

 

Fèis the Music 2018

Gaelic Song Class

Galloway Gaelic’s Lost Province

Day Conference Sat. 8th Sept. 2018 Catstrand Arts Centre New Galloway

http://www.catstrand.com/galloway-gaelic-conference

Wigtown (Baile na h-Uig) Gaelic Class

Meets 10am Thursday mornings Beltie Books & Cafe.
BELTIE BOOKS & Café   6 Bank Street,  Wigtown,  Newton Stewart DG8 9HP
01988 402 730  shop@beltiebooks.co.uk  www.beltiebooks.co.uk

New session Autumn 2018:  18th Oct. –  20th Dec.2018.  Suitable for ALL levels of Gaelic, pitched at beginners / recent beginners * Revision/ taster classes 6th & 13th Sept. 2018  Wigtown MattK

£25 Cheques to Gàidhlig Dumgal.

Annual General Meeting

AGM 2018

Suipear Burns 2018

Burns poster 2018

Glenkens Gaelic Class

meets 6pm Dalry Library Monday evenings:  c lass finished for this year.

Starts again Monday 8th January 2018 for another 10 weeks, which takes us up to 12th March 2018.  Mike Ansell will take the first 5 weeks.  Many thanks to all class members Nollaig chridheil ‘s bliadhna mhath ùr.

please see:  https://learngaelic.scot/beginners/beagairbheag/index_units.jsp
as basis for what we are using in class.Currie view

Gatehouse of Fleet Class

Class cancelled until further notice.  Sorry.   Please see information on classes in Dumfries and Glenkens.

Gaelic Day Annan 9th Sept. 2017

Annan Programme