2013 Events Schedule:
**March 1, 2013, St. David's Day, around the world.
“Gathering of the Clans” events - in this 25th
anniversary year of
Poultney Area St. David’s Society.
Saturday, March 2, 2013, – St. David's Day weekend Annual Dinner
St. David’s Society Gathering of the Clans in Poultney at The Station, Depot Street, a charity event was held at The Station, Bakery-Breakfast-Lunch and Special Events business at Depot Street, Poultney, Vermont.
A fund-raiser charity event jointly for Welsh Presbyterian Church's handi-cap accessible elevator construction fund and Poultney Cemetery Association's 2013 lawn maintenance fund, $5 of each pre-registration dinner ticket was contribution to the funds as were also all tips for wait staff. Your 2013 tax-deductible donations (US currency only) to each entity above will also be appreciated by the Welsh Church and Cemetery Association.
Tax-deductible donations (in US funds) to each charitable organization may be made separately to:
* “Welsh Presbyterian Church”, mailed to the church c/o Mrs. Benita Mead, 56 Wheeler Ave., Poultney, VT 05764; and to:
*“Poultney Cemetery Association”, mailed to the association c/o Secretary/Treasurer, P.O. Box 63, Poultney, VT 05764-0063.
Information: Poultney Area St. David’s Society.
Sundays in 2013, 10:00 a.m. - Poultney, Vermont, worship at Welsh Presbyterian Church. Address: Grove Street (Vermont Route 30), Poultney.
Saturday, August 3 2013 - Crown Point, New York - Crown Point State Historic Site will host a full-fledged festival of Welsh culture, including music, dance, storytelling, and a theatrical performance based on a medieval Welsh tale. Moch Pryderi, the Welsh-American band from Fredericksburg, VA will perform in the afternoon, as will Siân Frick of Delaware, who instructs and leads participatory Welsh folk dancing, and Cindy Roser, the accomplished teller of tales, who will present stories from her vast repertoire of Welsh and other Celtic lore. After guest enjoy a picnic supper with a Lake Champlain vista, the Mettawee River Theatre Company will present TALIESIN as an outdoor performance, starting at 8:00 p.m. The story involves sorcery and court intrigue where the power of inspiration is accidentally bestowed on an unlikely kid, who can suddenly see beyond everyday reality, becoming Taliesin – “radiant brow,” inspiration for all poets in the Welsh bardic tradition. Guests will want to bring their lawn chair and a picnic. Info email Crown Point State Historic Site.
Mark the dates, places and times and we hope to see you there.