Youngsters excel at Glasgow Skye
A SUCCESSFUL evening was enjoyed by a good turnout of family and friends on Saturday November 7 at the Crawford Hall for the Glasgow Skye post-Mòd cèilidh.
The youngsters, who had been to the Oban Mòd, demonstrated their great talents: performing solos, duets, Highland Dance, recitation, story telling, piping, fiddle, and accordion playing. The evening was compered by Darren MacLean, a director of the association, and the usual supper was enjoyed by everyone.
Glasgow Mòd 2019
AT THE Royal National Mòd in Oban last month, it was announced the festival will be coming to Glasgow in 2019.
There will be an open meeting on Tuesday November 24 in Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu at 7pm to discuss the upcoming event.
Thursday November 19: An Comunn Tirisdeach (The Tiree Association) Annual Gathering Concert, Partick Burgh Halls, 7.30pm. Friday November 20: An Comunn Tirisdeach (The Tiree Association) Annual Gathering Dance, Glasgow University Union. Tuesday November 24: Open meeting, Mòd Ghlaschu 2019, Sgoil Ghàidhlig Ghlaschu (Glasgow Gaelic School), 7pm. Thursday November 26: Comunn-an-taobh-an-iar Haggis Supper, Ellangowan Social Club, 7.30pm. Friday November 27: Glasgow Islay Gaelic Choir celebration dinner, Hillhead Sports Club. Friday November 27: Glasgow Uist and Barra association, annual reunion dinner dance, Glynhill hotel. Thursday December 3: Glasgow Skye Association Annual Dinner, Glasgow University Union. Friday December 4: Glasgow Skye Association, 150th Annual Gathering Concert, 7.30pm, and dance, 10.30pm, Glasgow University Union.
Park Bar: Thursday November 19: Session. Friday November 20: Ceol an Aire. Saturday November 21: Gunna Sound from 3pm (Tiree Association ‘hangover cure’). Sunday November 15: Nicky Mcmichan and Martin Pottinger. Islay Inn: Friday November 20: Parting Glass. Saturday November 21: The Keelies. Wednesday November 25: quiz night.