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Thursday, 19 October 2017

2017 Arnprior Irish Weekend

Arnprior 2017

Arnprior: faoi dheireadh, tháinig an chéad imeacht sa bhliain (scoile) sa “chamchuairt” na Gaeilge anseo i gCeanada.
Bien qu’on a hâte aussi de visiter la Gaeltacht (le Gaeltacht? selon les règles canadiens ce serait masculin parce que Gaeltacht termine avec une consonne, mais d’après l’Hexagone, tous les emprunts sont masculins, il me semble) pour l’Oireachtas et la semaine d’immersion pendant l'été. En outre, Kingston tiendra leur propre fin de semaine en mois d'avril, soit le premier fin de semaine d'immersion irlandaise planifié au Canada. Aux États il y aurait quelques uns avec et des autre associations ainsi.

This year’s Arnprior experience probably stood out most for its strong youth representation with great support from the ICUF scholars from the University of Ottawa and Concordia University. By the way, the University of Ottawa Celtic Studies Program (whose students have recently relaunched the Celtic Studies Club wiith a GAA session and a pub night with more to come) as well as from Montréal’s Comhrá group (see links below). All in attendance highly appreciated the supportive atmosphere that the members of the Irish community fostered to allow learners and fluent speakers to practice their Irish.
An mhéad sin spraoi ag daoine ag an chéilí mór.

Bígí linn an bhliain seo chugainn! 

Don’t miss out next year! Rumour has it Toni and Dara have an even more outrageous skit planned. Next year's dates are: 28-30 September. We will have even more workshops, singing, music, good meals, and Gaeilge (of course)! We are also aiming to get a Facebook event page up for next year's Deireadh Seachtaine so you can share that with your Gaelic friends from all over the world (keep in contact with us to get news of any changes and other Irish-language weekends).

University of Ottawa Celtic Club:
Comhrá Montréal:

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