5 Meetup Groups match “Scottish” near Silver Spring, MD
Newcomers are always warmly welcomed! We love the dances and music of Scotland. Join us for great fun and friendship. Our weekly classes are held every Wednesday evening from 8 p.m. to 9:45 p.m. at the Durant Center in Old Town Alexandria, just two blocks from the King Street Metro. We encourage everyone to come try a class anytime! You don't need a partner or Scottish heritage to enjoy this very entertaining form of social dance.
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This is a Kid Friendly group, so unless otherwise stated in meetup details, children are welcome. This is a group for all British people now living in Maryland US to meet up and get to know each other. Whether you are still a UK citizen or now a US citizen, lets get together and make plans to get together. This group is for British born people only and not for people who just like all things British.
My name is Steve and I just relocated to the DC area from New York. I love Celtic Music and though what better way to meet new people. Since I am new to the area I am not familiar with all the venues in the area and would appricate any help you can provide. Our goal is to gather together to support, promote, play and enjoy Irish and other forms of Celtic music in the greater Washington area. Whether you're interested in Irish traditional music, sean nos songs, classic Irish or Scottish folk, …
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Admit it...Who owns who in this relationship? I am Michelle and I am owned by two Scottish Terriers, Connor and Tess. My dogs are NOT spoiled....I am well trained. ++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++ This is meetup group of humans who are owned by their four-legged friends and proud of it. We value the relationships we have with our dogs and we enjoy getting out and being active with them. We are all dog lovers who will gather regularly in the Laurel, M …
A study group learning Manx or Gaelg, a Celtic language closely related to Irish and Scottish Gaelic. Our aim is to learn conversational Manx and to have fun doing it. Manx is the native language of the Isle of Man, a self-governing nation in the British Isles between Britain and Ireland. It is spoken by more than 1,600 people on the island, which has a total population of about 80,000. Manx almost died out in the last century but was introduced in Manx schools in the 1990s, greatly adding to th …
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