Newton Stewart Centre, Newton Stewart / Doors 4:00pm
Newton Stewart Centre, Newton Stewart
Saturday 8th July 2017 / Doors 4:00pm
Learn Scots Gaelic with Gaelic speaker and local tutor Andrew Wilson from Wigtown who we're delighted is supporting us again this year by facilitating another Introduction to Scots Gaelic language workshop.
Gaelic is our oldest surviving native language, the language of some of our songs, stories and the language of the people who gave Scotland it's name. Although it has not been spoken in Galloway for 400 years, 80% of our place names were in this language.
Why not acquaint yourself with this part of our heritage? Starting with some simple phrases and what some words mean, the workshop will look at how to introduce yourself and say where you come from. Information on where, and how you can learn more, and what on-line resources now exist for would be Gaelic learners.
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*** Workshops are free for under 25 however a £1.00 fee is payable to book those online - just phone! ;)
Community centre facility owned and operated by local community charity Newton Stewart Initiative.
2 months to go now until the 4th annual Newton Stewart & Minnigaff Traditional Music Festival which, this year, is being held on the weekend of the 7th - 9th July 2017. Jarlath Henderson, Tim Edey, Emily Smith, Jamie McClennan, Charlie Stewart, Becky Hill...are you as excited as we are?