The Fall, 2012, issue of our newsletter, An Naidheachd Againne, has been released.
Members should have received it, but they can also obtain it online, by logging in to the ACGA Forum, and checking the Members Room.
Non-members can obtain issues through Spring 2012 in the Public Room of the forum, which requires no login, though you’re welcome to create an account and join our discussions whether you’re a member or not.
The 25th Annual U.S. National Mòd is fast approaching – Sept. 21-23 in Ligonier, PA. Registration forms for lodging, the banquet/cèilidh, etc. are available here. The U.S. National Mòd will welcome two Hebridean Gold Medal-winning Gaelic singers this year, Catrìona Watt of Lewis and Glasgow and Niall Campbell of Benbecula. Our adjudicator this year is Beathag Mhoireasdan from the Isle of Lewis.
Please come and help us celebrate our 25th Mòd in beautiful Ligonier, Pennsylvania! Fill out the forms and mail them to:
Mike Mackay, Registrar
3860 Dumfries Road
Catlett, VA 20119
Any questions can be forwarded to Mike at email@example.com We’ll see you at the Mòd!
ACGA member Jim Lawrence has produced a Gaelic language DVD that is available now at Amazon.com and other media outlets.
“An Cridhe Cabaireach” (The Tell-Tale Heart) is a 24-minute Gaelic version of the classic Poe tale of murder and madness that stars Angus MacLeod of Cape Breton. The DVD actually contains three versions of the story: Gaelic narration only, Gaelic narration with English subtitles, and an English narration with Gaelic subtitles. This makes it an excellent teaching/learning resource for anyone interested in Gaelic.