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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

  • The Well-Read Dragons Book Club: Saturday, February 3 at 11:30 am at Davanni’s, 3673 Lexington Ave. N. in Arden Hills.  Come to talk about The Long Dry by Cynan Jones. See more details and the list of books for discussion through August 2018 on the What's On page. Come even if you haven't read the book.
  • Pub Gathering: Sunday, February 18, from 4:00 - 6:30pm at Merlin's Rest Pub at 3601 E. Lake Street in Minneaplis.  Join us in meeting up with new and long-time friends with Welsh interests and Celtic connections (along with a pint, a glass of wine and/or some good food).​​​​​​​
  • ​​​​​​​St. David's Day Banquet:  Saturday, March 3 from 11:30 am to 3:00pm at the Radisson Hotel in Roseville. We will be celebrating the work of Dilys Elwyn-Edwards, a Welsh composer who was born one hundred years ago. Singers from Sonomento, the Twin-Cities-based choir, will perform. They are traveling to Wales in the summer to compete in the 2018 International Eisteddfod. Registration Form (click to download)

Local Events of Interest

  • Community Sing: Tuesday, January 30, 2018 – 7pm, Buetow Music Center, Concordia University, 300 Hamline Avenue, St. Paul. Paul Mealor, Welsh composer, will lead an upcoming community sing event on Tuesday, January 30th, open to anyone! The event will be led by Paul Mealor himself and include several of his own works. Paul is one of the world's most in demand choral musicians and is most famous for composing the music for the Royal Wedding for William and Kate. 
  • PopUP Choir Concert: Saturday, February 3, 2018, 7:30pm, Our Lady of Victory Chapel, St. Catherine University, St. Paul. Paul Mealor conducts: Where Shadows Are: Finding Light in Darkness (accompanied by Tim Strand)  

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


Contact us at   http://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