Hello! Is anyone from here going to be attending the upcoming event in Milwaukee, Wisconsin?
Sadly, Milwaukee is still a bit too far away for me out here in California. Maybe next time, hope you can make it and have a great time!
Thank you, Sasha. I will
Where are you in California Sasha? I’m in San Francisco
I’ve added the date into the title of the thread so that others know when it will be held, and here’s the link to the website: http://thewnaa.org/index.html
I’ll be going all the way from Patagonia!
Wow! That’s amazing, Jeremy!
Hi, gang. I will be at NAFOW Milwaukee – I’m now on the Board of the organization that puts it on every year – and I will be running three SSIW meetup sessions. I usually do a five or ten minute mock SSIW lesson, and talk about SSIW, but as much as anything it’s a chance for SSIWers and other learners to connect with each other and share their learning tips. I’ll be around all weekend and would love to meet anybody!
The taster sessions will be:
Fri 30 August 2019, 5 - 6pm
Sat 31 August 2019, 4 - 5pm
Sun 1 August 2019, noon - 1pm
See you in Milwaukee…?!
Um . . . acabo de comenzar a aprender Espanol. Me gustaria practicar con usted. (In case I’ve totally mangled that, I’ve really just started SSISpanish, and I’d love to try it out on you at NAFOW!)
You’ll be very welcome! My Welsh Patagonia born wife and son will be with me, so you’ll have plenty of opportunities!
I will be attending from Pennsylvania. Look for me in the Cor Cymry Goggledd America, part of the Grand Concert on Saturday night. I hope to visit with some of you in the quiet moments of the festival.
William, glad you’ll joining us!
I neglected to tell everybody: As usual, I expect to have an SSIW table in the “Marketplace,” with info available about the course. I will not be sitting there most of the time, and I would be thrilled for any SSIWer, at any level, to take a seat at the table, rest your feet, and be friendly to curious browsers.
You don’t have to do anything except talk about your SSIW experiences, and don’t feel like you have to sell anything. People at NAFOW are often curious about how and why North Americans are learning Welsh, and remember, even if someone you speak to doesn’t want to do the course, maybe they’ll pass along info that it’s possible to learn Welsh to other people they know.