Chunnaic mi an larach lin seo cuideachd o chionn goirid. Tha ceithir neo
coig "baile" ann an Los Angeles a reir "Meet-up", ach tha e gu math feumeil.
I saw this Web site, too, a short time ago. There are four or five cities
carved out of Los Angeles according to Meet-up, but it's fairly useful.
I'm concerned that I'd have to sign up several times to be accurately
counted, since Meet up divides LA so much, and only assigns me to one of
those several areas (unless I misunderstand).
It puzzles me that learners seem so scarce here, as there's a "highland
games" nearly every month somewhere in southern California.
Needless to say I'm taking the Scottish Exec's appeal for immigrants very
seriously. Anyone in Scotland need a librarian?
on 3/16/04 6:17 AM, cailleach at [log in to unmask] wrote:
> Chunnaic mi an làrach lìn "Meet-Up" an-diùgh. Bidh buill "meet-up" a'
> coinneachadh ri chèile; tha ceann latha aig gach comann gach mìos agus ma
> tha còignear air son tighinn còmhla 'san aon àite, bidh coinneamh aca am
> miosa sin. Tha a h-uile seòrsa buidhn' ann, "Gaelic" ann am measg. Gàidhlig
> na h-Alba a th'ann; tha comann eile aig "Irish".
> Seall http://www.meetup.com/browse/lang/
> I have no idea how many people have signed up for the (Scottish) Gaelic
> Meet-Up group or where they are located or whether they actually do get
> together regularly. There is a list of over 600 cities in the world in which
> meet-ups can be organised, but that doesn't mean that there is anyone from a
> particular interest group, such as Gaelic, in that city. I heard about
> Meet-Up from a woman's health group in which members have successfully had
> a number of meet ups in a number of cities in the U.S.
> As far as I understand it, each group is assigned a date, say the third Sat.
> of the month, and each month the members are circulated as to where they
> would like to meet and then get togethers are held in any city in which five
> or more people want to meet up. I suppose it's up to one of the members to
> volunteer to organise the finer details such as the precise venue.
> The more people that join, the more likelihood there will be an actual
> meet-up. Shall we add our names to the Gaelic group? Or are our small
> numbers already divided among too many e-groups?
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