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St. David's Society of Minnesota

United to Celebrate and Explore Welsh Culture

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TRY YOUR HAND AT WELSH TRIVIA

Easy Welsh Quiz!

Or at least deemed Easy
by the quiz creators...

Hard Welsh Quiz!

See if you can answer any of theses hard questions from the North American Festival of Wales.

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The St. David's Society of Minnesota was formed to celebrate the heritage and culture of the Welsh immigrants to Minnesota. To these ends, St. David's Society members celebrate and cultivate all things Welsh - in literature, history, music, dance, art or ideas, traditional and contemporary.

Visit our What's On? page to learn more about how to participate.


Upcoming Events

  • Welsh conversationSunday, September 8, 2 pm, at 8844 Stevens Ave. S., Bloomington, MN. Direct questions to llawryf@yahoo.com.
  • Minnesota Welsh Hymn Festival: Sunday, September 22, 1:30pm at First Presbyterian Church, 220 E. Hickory, Mankato. Welshman John Good from Phoenix directing. The choir Windom Chordhustlers will be performing,  Free admission. Te Bach follows. This is an event of the Minnesota Welsh Association.
  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Well-Read Dragons Book Club: Saturday, October 5 at 11:30 am at Davanni’s, 3673 Lexington Ave. N. in Arden Hills.  We'll talk about I Let You Go by Clare Mackintosh (many copies in libraries). Visit the What's On page to see the list of books for the following year. 
  • Holiday Tea: Saturday, December 14, 2 - 4 pm at University Lutheran Church of Hope, 601 - 13th Ave SE, Minneapolis, MN.  Put the date on your calendar!  Come to celebrate the season with carols and songs, poems, and stories.

Visit the What's On? page for more details of all these events.

 

Contact us at   mailto:stdavidsofmn@gmail.com  or visit and "like" our Facebook page to learn more about the Welsh and Wales at local, national, and international levels: Go to facebook