Aire: Air sgàth na CV bhiorais, tha ar planaichean air atharrachadh. Cha bhith coinneamhan sam bith againn an t-Og Mhios, ach bith feasgar ‘cur ceist’ air loidhne Diardaoin an 2mh latha dhen Iuchair, 7.30f. Bith fàilte chridheil a feitheamh air gach duine.
Bith an tachartas air Zoom. Cuiridh sinn ceangal Zoom gu seoladhan p.d. nam buill a bh’againn ro 2mh dhen Iuchair. Cur fios thugainn mar bhitheas thu ag iarraidh fiathachadh.
On Thursday 2 July, at 7:30pm, we will have an online quiz night, and we would love you to join us.
The event will take place through Zoom. There will be some songs in between rounds (volunteers are very welcome — if you’d like to sing, please get in touch!) as well as some time to chat and catch up at with friends after the quiz and during the break. The event should last about one and a half hours.
A link to join the event will be sent to everyone on our email list before 2 July, If you are not on our email list and you would like to join, please write to us via the contact form and we will be glad to add you to the invitation list.
We hope to arrange another event later in the summer. As things progress over the coming months, we will decide what form that event should take.
For now, though, we look forward to having you with us at our quiz on Thursday 2 July.
Bàrd a Chomuinn Ghàidhealaich
Chaidh Sandaidh NicDhomhnaill Jones ainmeachadh mar Bhàrd a’ Chomuinn Ghàidhealaich, son na bliadhna 2019-2020.
’S e urram dha-rìribh an duais shonraichte seo agus fìor eachdraidheil. Ath-chlo-bhuail Acair (foillsichear aig Sandaidh) an leabhair aice ‘Crotal Ruadh – Red Lichen’ mar chomharrachadh na Duaise.
Sandy NicDhomnaill Jones was appointed as the ‘Bàrd a’ Chomuinn Ghàidhealaich’ (Gaelic Crowned Bard), for the year 2019-2020.
This is a special and historic literary award. Sandy’s publisher, Acair Books has reprinted her collection of Gaelic poetry and songs, ‘Crotal Ruadh – Red Lichen’ to celebrate the award.
Meal do naidheachd gu dearbh, Sandaidh! Urram mor. Tha sinn moiteil asad.
Many congratulations, Sandy! A great honour. We are proud of you.