Rachel’s Ramblings has posted a very interesting article on the difference between the speakers of both languages in Australia.
Read it here!
Learn Gaelic have recently added some extras to the “Speaking Our Language” content on their website. Each episode now includes a listen, and repeat, or “can seo” section, and quiz to aid in learning the materials.
Above are four sets of lyrics for the Gaelic version of “Silent Night”.
Well, I promised you merchandising this year because I have a wedding to pay for and need to make some money. First up is a Gaelic map of all of Scotland. I’ve been doing regional maps of p…
Are Scottish Highland immigrants, communities and historical events remembered in your local area? How are they commemorated, situated and interpreted in your local landscape or built environment? With road signs, building plaques, statues, monuments or other kinds of memorials? Or are there gaping holes in the community memory of the Gaelic immigrant legacy?
GaelicUSA is initiating a “crowd-source” project to collect material from people around the United States about how the story of Scottish Gaels as an ethnic group and as individuals are memorialized in our communities. We will assemble a digital exhibition, available online, from these materials as they come in.
Here’s what we’ll need from you if you’d like to contribute to this initiative:
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Great British Haggis
The latest addition to the Stahly haggis family is the Great British Haggis. Made, of course, with the finest traditional ingredients, this modern take on the original Scotch Haggis is dressed to appeal to a wider audience. In a smart new coat of red, white and blue with a subtle hint of tartan to retain its proud Scottish heritage, the new Great British Haggis is a very modern version of a very traditional product.