August 8, 2022 to August 12, 2022
Stòras a’ Bhaile Gaelic Folklife School will bring together native Gaelic Speakers, Gaelic learners, and ambassadors of Nova Scotia Gaelic culture. As a program designed around social interaction as the medium for learning, Stòras a’ Bhaile is not structured or delivered as a formal class. Its format accepts all learners – regardless of Gaelic skills – who wish to have an immersion experience by way of cultural transmission in a social environment, keeping in mind that only Gaelic will be spoken during the sessions.
10 am to 4 pm each day.
Pre-registration required. $15 per day (lunch included).
Supported by the Office of Gaelic Affairs.
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Callum MacCrimmon shares his experience on his 3rd Celtic Colours Festival in Cape Breton. Calum is a multi-instrumentalist, singer and composer best known as a founding member of the award-winning Scottish folk band Breabach.
Shannon MacMullin is a Gàidhlig learner, singer and storyteller; a community educator, and the Cultural Experiences Co-ordinator at Baile nan Gàidheal | Highland Village. She loves dancing, making beauty in the world & bringing people together.
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