The Antigonish Highland Society’s mission is to create a community organization that serves the past, present and future generation of gaels. Our youth programs offer the youth of the community of Antigonish to celebrate and explore the vibrant Scottish culture.
Clann a’ Bhaile Mhóir Summer Youth Program
This past summer, the Antigonish Highland Society held our first annual youth summer program, Clann Am Baile Mór. The program took place over a few weeks in July & August for ages ranging from 5-12 years of age. The program consisted of activities such as Gaelic language, Gaelic song, milling frolics, step dancing, heavy events, bagpiping, highland dancing and more.
We are so excited to announce that Clann A’ Bhaile Mhóir is back again this summer!
Fàilt’ oirbh! Welcome! The Antigonish Highland Society is so pleased to offer Clann a’ Bhaile Mhóir again this summer! Clann a’ Bhaile Mhóir is a youth program surrounding Gaelic language, cultural traditions, highland dance, step Dance, Scottish heavy events, storytelling, history, music and much more! We have a great line up of returning and new guest instructors, they are very excited to see all the young faces! We will be building off of material we covered last summer to accommodate returning participants. Our priority is to create an exciting and engaging atmosphere for learning and fun!
Registration is now at capacity, if you are interested in joining the waitlist, contact email@example.com
St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish
Week 1: July 25th – 28th (ages 5 – 8) – FULL
Week 2: August 2nd – 5th (ages 7 – 12) – FULL
Week 3: August 8th-11th (ages 7 – 12) – FULL
Each day will begin at 8:30 and ends at 3:30pm
If you’d like to see some past activities we participated in check out our facebook page at Clann a’ Bhaile Mhóir!
If you have any questions please feel free to email us at summerstudents.AHS@gmail.com or call 902-870-5912.
Victoria, Megan and Alasdair
Antigonish Highland Society
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