Activities and Programs
of the
St. David's Welsh Society
of Georgia
Our   Society   meets   monthly  from September until June on the second Sunday afternoon.  Our regular meetings are held at the Dunwoody United Methodist Church and begin at 2pm.  Our Social events, some of our programs and classes  are held offsite.
Monthly Happenings:

September, October, November, January, February, and April:
—We hold our "Standard Monthly Meetings" during these months, which include a short business meeting, a speaker or other program, the singing of "Hen Wlad fy Nhadau", and ending with a social time with tea and light refreshments.

December:
—We hold our Annual Christmas party in the home of one of our members; everyone brings a dish to share and after a time of fellowship and GREAT food, we spend the afternoon in song, skits, and poetry.

March:
—On the Sunday closest to March 1st  we hold our St. David's Day Luncheon in one of the Atlanta area's Country Clubs or Ballrooms.  This luncheon is a "dress-up affair" and always features a leading speaker from the Welsh or  Welsh-American community.

May:
—The
Atlanta Celtic Festival is held in May and our Society has a major booth at the festival.  The festival has great entertainment and over the last couple years performers such as Sian James; Robin Huw Bowen and Carreg Lafar have represented Wales on the Main Stage.

June:
—June is our
'End of Year Tea', hosted in one our members home.  Its a great afternoon to relax with friends and discuss 'Summer Plans'.
Welsh Language Classes

The Society holds weekly Welsh Learners classes. 

Jenny Hubbard Young is prepared to teach a weekly Beginners’ Welsh class this year. Jenny is a Adult Welsh Learner and past President of Cymdeithas Madog. If you are interested in enrolling in this class please contact Jenny.

Intermediate Level--For those students who have a basic understanding of Welsh but need additional help with...Sally Evans Funderburk, a native speaker, offers lessons in a tudoring formatfocusing on pronuciation, more detailed conversational Welsh and  some basic reading. Please contact Sally for more details.


At the present time we do not hold
an Advanced class.  If you are interested in attending one please contact our Head Teacher, Sally Evans Funderburk, as tutoring may be available.
The Choir

At this point in time
, our choir has temporarly disbanded.  The Society very much wants to recreate our beloved Choir--If you love to sing and would like to be part of reviving this grand tradition, please email the webmaster, and he will put you in contact with the correct people.
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Community Activities:

Dunwoody Christmas Parade: The Sunday before Thanksgiving, the Society participates in the annual Christmas Parade, dressing up, handing out candy and Welcoming Sion Corn to Georgia. For more information contact Karl.

Festival of Trees  We set up a room and tree for the Festival of Trees every year at the Georgia World Congress Centre. This year the Festival is 3 – 11 December.  If you are interested in more information contact Angela.

Atlanta St Patricks Day Parade The Society has a marching group in the yearly St. Patrick's Day parade down Peachtree St. Atlanta.
If you wish to join the marching group please contact
Kevin.
For More information
on any our programs


Angela Evans, Society President