Gaels Jam 2015
Jam nan Gàidheal 2015
Thig Gàidheil na h-Albann Nuaidhe de gach aois cruinn còmhla ann am Màbu, Ceap Breatainn fad còig latha sa Chèitean seo tighinn, agus obraichidh iad còmhla gus cànan is cultar nan Gàidheal ann an Albainn Nuaidh a neartachadh. Bidh deagh chòmhradh agus spòrs gu leòr ann, agus fàsaidh an fheadhainn a bhios ann eòlach air a chèile agus air a’ choimhearsnachd às ...Read More
GFM Gaelic Song & Language Week Open
Registration is now open for the 2015 Grandfather Mountain Gaelic Song and Language Week!
We have a wonderful lineup of instructors – coming to us from Scotland and Cape Breton, Nova Scotia, from the world of “Outlander” and the present-day Gaelic-speaking communities of America and Alba (the Gaelic name for Scotland)!
Gillebrìde MacMillan is from the island of South Uist and plays the role of Gwillin the ...Read More
Dùn Èideann a’ Feitheamh (from ANA Spring 2013)
For our next reprint, Alison Lang looks back to when Edinburgh was eagerly awaiting improvements for Gaelic, such as the opening of the new Gaelic Primary School, and possible improvements for Scotland, as the vote on Scottish independence was coming up. This is a timely reprint, as Alison’s article in the just-released March 2015 issue provides an update, especially on the latter.Tha Dùn Èideann na ...Read More
An Naidheachd Againne, Spring 2015 Issue Is Available
The Spring 2015 issue of our newsletter, An Naidheachd Againne, has been released.
Members should have received it, but they can also obtain it online, by logging in to the ACGA Forum (link http://forum.acgamerica.org), and checking the Members Room.
Non-members can obtain issues through Fall 2014 in the Public Room of the forum, which requires no login, though you’re welcome to create an account and join our ...Read More