Gaelic Nova Scotia Month

Ar Sgeul Ri Innse – Our Story To Tell

May is Gaelic Nova Scotia Month.  In the old Gaelic calendar, May month is the beginning of the summer season.  

As Gaels are a Nova Scotia people with a richness of cultural expression: poetry, song, music, dance, stories, foodways, lineages, spirituality and customs, many Nova Scotians have connections to Gaelic heritage.


View the Gaelic Nova Scotia Month 2018 poster. (French)

During the month and beyond, Nova Scotians have opportunities to share stories about how they are connecting and reconnecting with their Gaelic language, culture and identity.

Stories can be shared on Twitter #OurStoryToTell #GaelicNS #GaelicMonth or through Facebook .