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Calling out to everyone in Toronto and Ontario who possess some Scottish heritage in their blood. Would you like to attend some events such as Tartan Day, Burns Day, Tartan Day, St Andrews Day or learn how to Scottish dance, highland dance, try some

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Highlander
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Welcome to Cró Dreoilín, the Wren's Nook! We are a group of men and women in Colorado dedicated to rediscovering and connecting with the ways of the Pagan Celts. Guided by modern scholarship and inspiration, we hope to create a community that honor

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This group is meant to fill the surprising dearth of regularly meeting pagan/wiccan groups in the Berkeley/Oakland area. We celebrate and practice some of the cultural traditions of Celtic and Gaelic origin, including gaining a better understanding o

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Seo grúpa do dhaoine a bhfuil suim acu a gcuid Gaeilge a chleachtadh. Ní gá duit a bheith líofa ach caithfidh tú a bheith sásta an Ghaeilge a labhairt an t-am go léir.

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This group is for anyone who wants to meet others with a 'gra' for the Irish language: from those who have 'cupla focal' and want to learn more, to those who are fluent/native speakers and want to have the craic as Gaeilge. The idea is to meet on a m

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Craicers
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Come on out and learn the fun, fast-paced sport of ladies Gaelic football! Austin's ladies Gaelic football team is recruiting new players for our second year--no prior experience is necessary. Gaelic football is Ireland's most popular sport and draws

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Ladies Gaelic Footballers
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The Bangkok St. Andrew's Society was established in 1890 by a small group of expatriate Scots stationed in what was then Siam and is the oldest of the 4 "loyal" societies (St. Patrick's, St. David's and St. George's) in Thailand. Over the years it ha

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Scots
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This is a relaxed meet for learning what these dances are all about, learning the steps at your own speed, dancing together in céilí and set group dances (for 2, 6, 8 dancers or as many as will, depending on the dance) and learning anything else abou

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Irish Dancers
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A Gàidhealtachd is a community of Gaelic Speakers. Earlier in Canada's history about one-in-seven Canadians spoke Gaelic and held Gaelic values. Those values -- hospitality, practicality, interdependence and community spirit -- are too precious to lo

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Gaels
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This is a group to support those learning Scots-Gaelic Language. We focus on conversational Gaelic rather than grammar at this time. People of all levels are welcome. We will have refreshments and share our experiences of moving towards fluency. We w

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Scots-Gaelic Language Learners

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November 17, 2014

Seo grúpa do dhaoine a bhfuil suim acu a gcuid Gaeilge a chleachtadh. Ní gá duit a bheith líofa ach caithfidh tú a bheith sásta an Ghaeilge a labhairt an t-am go léir.

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Members
July 9, 2014

This group is for anyone who wants to meet others with a 'gra' for the Irish language: from those who have 'cupla focal' and want to learn more, to those who are fluent/native speakers and want to have the craic as Gaeilge. The idea is to meet on a m

43
Craicers
April 14, 2014

This is a group to support those learning Scots-Gaelic Language. We focus on conversational Gaelic rather than grammar at this time. People of all levels are welcome. We will have refreshments and share our experiences of moving towards fluency. We w

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Scots-Gaelic Language Learners
March 4, 2014

The Bangkok St. Andrew's Society was established in 1890 by a small group of expatriate Scots stationed in what was then Siam and is the oldest of the 4 "loyal" societies (St. Patrick's, St. David's and St. George's) in Thailand. Over the years it ha

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Scots
September 18, 2013

Come on out and learn the fun, fast-paced sport of ladies Gaelic football! Austin's ladies Gaelic football team is recruiting new players for our second year--no prior experience is necessary. Gaelic football is Ireland's most popular sport and draws

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Ladies Gaelic Footballers
August 24, 2013

A Gàidhealtachd is a community of Gaelic Speakers. Earlier in Canada's history about one-in-seven Canadians spoke Gaelic and held Gaelic values. Those values -- hospitality, practicality, interdependence and community spirit -- are too precious to lo

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Gaels
November 19, 2012

Calling out to everyone in Toronto and Ontario who possess some Scottish heritage in their blood. Would you like to attend some events such as Tartan Day, Burns Day, Tartan Day, St Andrews Day or learn how to Scottish dance, highland dance, try some

163
Highlander
October 5, 2012
Private

This is a relaxed meet for learning what these dances are all about, learning the steps at your own speed, dancing together in céilí and set group dances (for 2, 6, 8 dancers or as many as will, depending on the dance) and learning anything else abou

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Irish Dancers
October 23, 2011

This group is meant to fill the surprising dearth of regularly meeting pagan/wiccan groups in the Berkeley/Oakland area. We celebrate and practice some of the cultural traditions of Celtic and Gaelic origin, including gaining a better understanding o

90
Members
June 6, 2011

Welcome to Cró Dreoilín, the Wren's Nook! We are a group of men and women in Colorado dedicated to rediscovering and connecting with the ways of the Pagan Celts. Guided by modern scholarship and inspiration, we hope to create a community that honor

155
CRs
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