October

Welsh lessons this term:

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Friday, October 4th Noson Lawen at 7:30pm

This will be a great evening of entertainment, both amateur and professional, including the concert soloists. Light refreshements will be served at the intermission.
Admission is by donation.

Saturday, October 5th Welsh Celebration Concert


To celebrate 90 years since the Cambrian Hall was built, a concert will be held at West Point Grey United Church in Vancouver. The concert is jointly organized by the Vancouver Welsh Society and the Vancouver Orpheus Male Choir. Guest artist are: Nerys Jones (mezzo soprano), Leanne Page and her son Conor (harp and pipe) and, from Wales, tenor Samuel Wyn-Morris. To view this poster in more detail, click on it. To acquire a ticket, click on the Brown Paper Ticket logo or you can call Kathy at 604-294-4332 or Lynn at 604-970-6434

Breaking News – Soloist Samuel Wyn-Morris has just be named to the cast of Les Miserable in the London West End !

Sunday, October 6th at 2:00 pm Gymanfa Ganu

This will be held at the Cambrian Hall.

  • Conductor: Liana Savard
  • Accompanist: Barry Yamanouchi
  • Soloists: Nerys Jones and Samuel Wyn-Morris.

Monday, October 7th at 7:00 pm Executive Meeting

Wednesday, October 9th at 12 noon Cambrian Bookworms

The book this month is “Perfect” by Rachel Joyce.

Sunday, October 13th Bilingual Service at 11:00 am

This regular event will NOT be held this month.

Wednesday, October 16th at 10:30 am Genealogy group

Saturday, October 19th. 7:30 pm Twmpath night


The Rattlebone Band. All dances taught on the spot! Come along and have some fun! Beer, wine, coffee, soft drinks and snacks will be available for sale.
$10 (13 years and older)
$5 (6 – 12 years)
Free (5 years and under)
For your tickets please contact: Pat Morris (604 536 9556 druidsgreen@gmail.com)

Monday, October 21st at 10:30 am Welsh speaking

Siarad cymraeg y bore ‘ma.

Saturday, October 26th. 7:30 pm Pub Night and more at the Red Dragon

The evening will include another performance of the MARI LWYD. The Mari Lwyd is a wassailing folk custom found in South Wales. The tradition entails the use of an eponymous hobby horse which is made from a horse’s skull mounted on a pole and carried by an individual hidden under a sackcloth. Last year’s performance was a lot of fun and a recording can be found on youtube:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C6kkMI-ZTvo

Monday, October 28th. from 10:00 am till 3:00 pm Work Party Day

A delicious lunch will be provided. Looking forward to seeing you there.