Scríobh Matyi Cynthia:
> Dear Marion,
> I can almost picture your view of "fire in the sky over the Irish
> sea". Wish I could visit Ireland or Scotland this year but probably
> not. For us, St. Patrick's Day this year was all about community
> getting together, kids, families, music and dance.
That's what it's all about. In my case, we made a cousin from Vancouver
the focus of our celebrations.
> No problem with sharing my comments especially if it brings more
> people together to celebrate and appreciate Celtic Art and culture.
The two lists are:
(a) [log in to unmask], which serves speakers of Scottish
Gaelic, Manx and Irish, as a forum on which all three communities can
share news and views, especially advance notice of and reports after events
(b) [log in to unmask], which is a forum for discussing the
folk traditions, songs, stories, beliefs, symbols, etc., of all 3
communities, the focus being on folk elements still alive today, or
within living memory.
Here is the formula for joining either forum: send the following command:
SUBSCRIBE SEANCHAS-L Firstname Familyname
as the sole contents of a text msg, with an empty subject line, to the
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> I'll post more details about Milwaukee as soon as I get them. Cindy
I look forward to that.