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Who We Are: The Scottish Gaelic Learners Association of the Bay Area

Tuesday Night Gaelic Class

Caitlinn, Sineag, Morgan, Eoěn, Toirstean; and Seumaidh, Morag and Laibhreis
Celebrate All Hallow's Eve at the Tuesday Night Gaelic Class

The Scottish Gaelic Learners Association of the Bay Area is a group of enthusiasts for the Scottish Gaelic language, dedicated to promoting its learning and use. We are located in Lafayette, California, about 30 miles east of San Francisco. Our services include this informational web site, geared to learners of Scottish Gaelic who have little or no access to a teacher; ongoing weekly classes for the beginner to Scottish Gaelic; an in-house, internet mailing list serving the participants in our Gaelic classes; informational tables on Scottish Gaelic staged at the major Northern California Scottish Games in Oakland and Pleasanton; and hosting The Scottish Gaelic Web Ring, a confederation of web sites whose subject matter and content is geared to the learner of Scottish Gaelic. We invite anyone with questions or an interest in Scottish Gaelic to contact the director, Tris King (Toirstean MacRobainn), at:

Gaelic Table at the Scottish Games

Toirstean at Scottish Gaelic Informational Table, San Francisco/Pleasanton Scottish Games, 1997
Mel, at right, proclaims in a word balloon "Nach mi tha brčagha? Aren't I pretty?"

Fŕilte chun na duilleige! Welcome to the page!

Monday night Gaelic study group

Gemma, Lynn, Beathag and Loraidh puzzling their way through "Teach Yourself Gaelic"
at the Monday Night Scottish Gaelic Study Group

Suas Leis a' Ghŕidhlig! Up with Gaelic!

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