Ceilidh at The Croft

Join us for some intimate acoustic performances

Fridays 2023
Ceilidhs originated in the Scottish Highlands, when villagers would gather around the fire at someone’s house and while away the evening sharing music, stories, and perhaps a wee dram.

Join us around the log fire for an intimate evening of music and banter, with Celtic themed food and barista coffee, tea or hot chocolate. (Special dietary requests catered for – please inform us when booking.)

Tickets $40 including dinner – music – coffee & dessert
Book or enquire by email to info@thecroftgleninnes.com or 0421 470 900

Tea, Treat and a Talk

Mondays 3pm – 4pm

Tea, Treat and a Talk is back on a new day and time from March 2023: 3pm MONDAYS!
A pot of tea (or cup of barista coffee or hot chocolate), a scone, muffin or cake (gluten-free available), and a half-hour (or so) illustrated expert talk on a Celtic topic.

Cost $15 per person, all-inclusive. Pay on arrival. All welcome!

8 May: Stone circles in the Celtic lands (Dr Pamela O’Neill) 
15 May: Professionals in early Gaelic society (Dr Pamela O’Neill) 
22 May: The high crosses of Monasterboice, Ireland (Dr Pamela O’Neill) 
29 May: Learn to draw your own Celtic knot (Shanks Khan) 
5 June: The Scottish island of Canna (Dr Pamela O’Neill) 
12 June: Plants in early Gaelic culture (Dr Pamela O’Neill) 
19 June: The Lindisfarne Gospels – a ‘Celtic’ illuminated manuscript (Dr Pamela O’Neill)
26 June: guest speaker tbc

Scottish Gaelic Lessons at The Croft

Tuesdays 10am – 11am

Join us at the Croft for a friendly casual Scottish Gaelic class. Come a little early if you want to buy coffee or food. Bring pen and paper to make notes. Have fun!

$5 per lesson – pay on the day

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