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Arts & Crafts

Duncan House - Traditional & Custom Celtic Jewellery - Each piece is created by self taught artist, Garth Duncan, using many of the same methods and integrity that the original artists used, laying out the design by hand and then painstakingly carving by hand. Every piece is handmade by Garth, so any of the designs or stones can be altered to your wants or needs.

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Books & Magazines

Beth's Newfangled Family Tree - Beth's Newfangled Family Tree, written by Beth Gay, is an internet all ethnicities genealogical publication in pdf format for downloading and/or printing. Enjoy!

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Language & Culture

Coláiste na Rosann School - is located in the village of Anagaire, in County Donegal. It is a centre of Gaelic language, culture, folkways, music and more.

ColmcilleColmcille -The vision of Colmcille is "a vibrant interactive Gaelic community spanning Ireland and Scotland".


Finn Valley People - Author Mrs. Mary Agnes Elliott - has lived in Casltefin, Co. Donegal for 24 years. Her writing clear, concise style of writing is also historically correct.

Ionad Dhál Riada - was set up to provide support, direction and structure to the Centre and its activity programme. Its membership is comprised of representatives from language groups, tourism bodies and community groups. The name of the group reflects the historical & linguistic links between Ireland and Scotland.

Ionad Chaluim Chille Íle - promotes Gaelic language and culture on the island of Islay.

Radio Nan Gaidheal (Scotland) - the best music & chat radio station in Scotland.

RTÉ Raidió na Gaeltachta - Gaelic language radio in Ireland

Sabhal Mòr Ostaig, Colaiste Ghàidhlig na h-Alba - a unigue Scottish-Gaelic college on the Isle of Skye.

St. Columba Orthodox Church - (Fr. Lester Michael Bundy, writer of St. Columba: Fact or Fiction)

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Music

Donovan McCain, Singer/Songwriter - Donovan McCain is one of the South’s leading mandolin players and songwriters. He is a native Mississippian of County Antrim ancestry. His first work, Traveller’s Way, was recorded at Glens Music, County Antrim, and in Oxford, Mississippi. His first CD is a unique but natural evolution of grass roots Southern folk music and Ulster traditional music.

Glens Music - Glens Music is run by the very talented Seán Quinn, who is himself a world class accordion player. Glens Music is a music store and recording studio. Seán has patiently sought out and recorded the very best of Ulster traditional music and Seán also stocks music of Ulster America as well. Glens Music is your first stop when you are after real Ulster music.

Trasna Ceilidh Band - The Trasna Ceilidh Band from Co. Antrim provides the best in traditional Irish and Scottish dance music for weddings, parties, corporate events, traditional ceili and sets nights. The name "Trasna" means "across" in Gaelic and symbolises the band's desire to reach across all cultural boundaries with our Irish/Scottish traditional music and dance entertainment. The band works with dance teacher Máire, who acts as caller for those occasions where people need a little help with the traditional dances of Scotland and Ireland. The band provides a matching mix of catchy Scottish and Irish dance tunes to encourage everyone to "Take the Floor".

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