We were delighted to host two interactive workshops for early years at Renfrew Library recently. Timed to celebrate both St. Andrew’s Day in November and Burns Day in January, these workshops were a celebration of traditional music and Gaelic culture for the youngest members of the Renfrew community.
Designed for ages 0-5, the workshops opened their doors to families, creating an immersive experience of live traditional music. The young participants not only had the pleasure of hearing tunes and melodies but also delved into the world of traditional instruments, learned a Scots song, and even tried their hand (and feet!) at a lively ceilidh dance.
This experience was made possible through the generous support of Renfrewshire Council and the Renfrew Local Partnership Group. Local nurseries enthusiastically joined the festivities, bringing with them an array of happy, smiling faces eager to explore the magic of live music.
Heartfelt thanks go to our tutors, Grant and Ron, whose passion and expertise made these workshops truly special. We also extend our gratitude to the staff at Renfrew Library for their warm hospitality, providing the perfect setting for these workshops.
Stay tuned for more enriching experiences and celebrations!