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Dè Tha Dol? / What's Happening?


Comunn Gàidhlig Thoronto Annual General Meeting 

The Estonian House

958 Broadview Ave. (north of Danforth Ave.)

Toronto ON


Lunch: 2 pm - 3 pm (soup & sandwiches)

Business meeting: 3 - 4 pm

Entertainment: 4 - 5 pm


At the business meeting, the names of nominees for the Board of Directors will be announced and nominations from the floor will be accepted. In order to hold office, applicants must prove that they are paid-up members. At this point in time, the offices of Treasurer and Webmaster are vacant and we are actively seeking members to fill those roles. If you are interested, please contact our Chief, Chris MacAulay Bateman to discuss at chris.bateman@rogers.com. From 4:00 pm to 5:00 pm we will have entertainment and dancing, and everyone is  welcome!


The Estonian House is within easy reach of the TTC from Broadview Station. If driving, it is on the west side of Broadview, between Browning and Mortimer. There is free parking available  at the back of the building. 


To renew your membership or to join CGT,  see https://www.gaelicsocietytoronto.com/


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Cànan agus Òran 
Saturday, December 1, 2018

The Gaelic Society of Toronto and the University of Toronto Celtic Studies Program will be holding a day of Gaelic language and song for learners of Scottish Gaelic on December 1,  2018.
 
The guest teachers for this date are as follows:
- Chrissie Drake, a native speaker from Lewis and Harris, Scotland
- David Livingstone-Lowe, a staff member in the Celtic Studies Program. David is also a passionate organic gardener and so will do the intermediate class – “ag obair anns a’ gharadh” – working in the garden!
- Cathy Ann MacPhee, the renowned Gaelic singer from Barra, Scotland
 
The Cànan agus Òran day will run from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm at Muzzo Family Alumni Hall, 121 St. Joseph Street (Saint Michael’s College, University of Toronto), Toronto, Ontario. The day will include language classes and a song workshop. Classes will be offered at the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced levels.  Should there be enough interest, a Beginner II (between beginner and intermediate) session will also be offered. 

Cost for the day is $40 and $20 for non-U of Toronto students. University of Toronto students may attend without charge. 

Early Bird registrants, with payment received by November 17, pay $27, and $15  respectively. Payment is by PayPal, with a $1.50 service charge. 
https://www.gaelicsocietytoronto.com/gaelicnewsevents

After you have submitted payment, please fill out the registration form here to indicate your level and whether you will attend the social afterwards. 
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfFPgWNBld2etf_IBmmlmRl5IpUysa29qD9vOtrqDSd8QOJqQ/viewform?embedded=true


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 Bidh sinn gad ionndrainn a charaid. 








Comann Luchd-Ionnsachaidh Thoronto / Toronto Gaelic Learners Association               

 làrach air a h-ùrachadh 

18mh An Dàmhair 2018 


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18 October, 2018


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