The Welsh Cultural Society of Nova Scotia was formed by a group of Welsh expatriates who first came together each year to celebrate St. David's Day (March 1st). The Society was incorporated as a non-profit organization in 1986; the aim of the Society is "to promote Welsh culture in Nova Scotia".
Social and cultural gatherings are held in member's homes or other venues and occasionally, during the summer or fall in out of town locales.
We invite people of Welsh heritage or interest to become members of our Society. Yearly membership fees are $10.00 per person. Our financial year end is April 1st.
Questions about membership? Email: email@example.com
- St. David's Day Dinner (around March 1st)
- Evening of Welsh Readings with a meal of traditional faggots and peas. (Spring)
- Formal Strawberry Tea. (Summer)
- Barbeque. (Fall)
- Christmas we either have a formal sit-down meal or a house party with a reading of
Dylan Thomas's "A Child's Christmas in Wales" and, of course, Welsh music.
Our general contact email is firstname.lastname@example.org
Strawberry Tea, July 16, 2:00 pm 2017
At Arthur's House.
>> Feb 2013 Newsletter
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Acting President - Brian King
Acting Treasurer - Tom Forrest
Acting Secretary - Trefor Reynoldson