Gaelic Children's Program


Fàilte oirbh! While you are taking a morning or afternoon workshop, we'll introduce your child to the Gaelic language and culture --- the heart of Nova Scotia's Celtic music tradition. Gaelic, a Celtic language closely related to Irish, has been spoken natively in Nova Scotia since the 18th century and continues to be spoken today both here and
in Scotland.

Beth Anne MacEachen, who teaches Gaelic at Citadel High, will lead children through 2 1/2 hours of kid-friendly activities, including games, songs, crafts, and stories, all through the medium of Gaelic! Your child will have a great time while you attend the workshop of
your choice!

Date: Saturday, October 21
Two Sessions: Session One: 9:00 a.m. - 11:45p.m. and Session Two:  1 p.m. - 3:45 p.m.
Location: Check in at Christ Church
Instructor: Beth Anne MacEachen
Level: 5 - 12 year old children