The Welsh Society of Western New England
Croeso (Welcome) to our newly redesigned website. We hope you will like it. Please pardon any evidences of our continuing work as we are still putting the finishing touches on it. We welcome your comments and suggestions at WelshWNE@gmail.com (WEBSITE on subject line).
CELEBRATING “WALES WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND”
From February 23 to March 9, 2019, Wales Week in New England launches an annual series of activities and events that celebrate and promote everything that's great about Wales.
Through a calendar of events around St David's Day, it will galvanize existing Welsh communities in New England, building a positive momentum across the area that is distinctly about Wales.
This is the opportunity for organisations through which they can promote their products and services, and develop New England-based audiences, partnerships and connections.
So together, with the best in Welsh business, music, art, food, tourism, heritage, sport, public life and the media, we're promoting a fortnight of events that will collectively shout how good we truly are!
To learn more and see specific events and Welsh-related business promotions you could take advantage of, Visit our Special WALES WEEK IN NEW ENGLAND Page.
Hurry and reserve your place at our Annual St. David’s Day Luncheon on Sat. March 2.
PLEASE REGISTER by MONDAY FEB 25!
WSWNE Welsh Genealogy Workshops
We have an active group that meets monthly to research our Welsh family trees together. We currently meet in Glastonbury, CT from 10:15AM to 5:00PM once a month, come for all day or part thereof. Bring your current Welsh family research and/or tree and a lunch dish to share.
Check on our EVENTS page for upcoming workshop dates and any upcoming featured presentations about research.
If you'd like to join us, e-mail email@example.com
Click on the Red Dragon (Ddraig goch) Welsh flag above to go directly to the page called Welsh Culture and History under the Resources menu item.
Actually, every page of our website reflects Welsh culture and history from Arthur (King Arthur that is) to Yr Wyddfa (Snowdon).
Why "A to Y" and not "A to Z"? That's because there is no "Z" in the traditional Welsh alphabet!
From Dylan Thomas poetry to Six Nations Rugby, Welsh cakes to Welsh choirs, Welsh slate to Welsh triple harp – and so much more.
And, if you live in western New England, please consider joining us in our many activities.