Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner
  • Female
  • Sturbridge, MA
  • United States
Share

Jane Sherry Gardner's Friends

  • annette counihan
  • Eamon Loingsigh
  • Walter Crawford
  • Paul Thomas Meagher
  • Bit Devine
  • Frances O'Neill
  • The Wild Geese
  • Gerry Regan
 

Jane Sherry Gardner's Page

Latest Activity

Bob Simon liked Jane Sherry Gardner's photo
Sep 23, 2016
Bob Simon liked Jane Sherry Gardner's profile
Sep 23, 2016

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner shared Ryan O'Rourke's video on Facebook
Jan 31, 2015

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner commented on Bit Devine's video
Thumbnail

Ireland

"Bit .. thanks for sharing!  It's beautiful!"
Nov 11, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner liked Catherine Duggan's blog post Caring for the Injured in Brehon Law
Oct 19, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner commented on Ryan O'Rourke's video
Thumbnail

Sean Nós ar an tSionann - Love Leitrim

"Love it!  Ta na paistai deas."
Sep 1, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner liked Ryan O'Rourke's video
Sep 1, 2014
Ann Keigher liked Jane Sherry Gardner's photo
Aug 20, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner liked John Anthony Brennan's blog post The Singing Bones
Aug 7, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner liked Joe Gannon's photo
Jul 21, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner liked Ryan O'Rourke's video
Jul 18, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner liked Ryan O'Rourke's video
Jun 19, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner commented on Ryan O'Rourke's video
Thumbnail

Gorgeous Galway

"We're in gorgeous Galway right now. Even though it's been cloudy, it's as spectacular as always! Where are the Americans?"
Jun 12, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner liked Ryan O'Rourke's video
Jun 12, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner liked Ryan O'Rourke's video
Jun 4, 2014

Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner liked Ryan O'Rourke's photo
Jun 4, 2014

Jane Sherry Gardner's Photos

Loading…
  • Add Photos
  • View All

Jane Sherry Gardner's Videos

  • Add Videos
  • View All

Comment Wall (8 comments)

At 1:22pm on April 17, 2013, Gerry Regan said…

Jane, fáilte to The (New) Wild Geese. We'd like to help you engage with the epic heritage of the Irish, so let us know what specific interests you have. Tell us about Irish culture in and near Sturbridge Village. Ger

At 4:36pm on April 17, 2013,
Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner
said…

A Gearoid .. Dia duit!  Go raibh maith agat.  I appreciate your kind welcome.  As you can see, one of my interests is studying the Irish language.  I also paint seascapes of the west coast of Ireland in oils.  I paint from photographs I've taken over the years visiting the west of Ireland.  I have relatives in Roscommon and travel over every other year to visit them.

I do love The Wild Geese site and congratulate you on its fine content.  I know I will enjoy my association with it!

Beannachtai agus slan go foill,

Jane

At 6:26pm on April 17, 2013, Gerry Regan said…

Go raibh mile maith agat for your kind words, Jane. The pater of my sweetheart, Mary Grady, grew up in Ballaghdereen in Roscommon and I visited a Trinity College classmate's home in Keadue back in 1974. Whereabouts in Roscommon do you have roots? And might we see some of your work here on WG? We have a Visual Arts Producer, BTW, Maryann Tracy. I hope you both connect. 

At 6:27pm on April 17, 2013, Gerry Regan said…

BTW, did you read our article as Gaeilge about "Angela's Ashes"?

At 11:24am on April 27, 2013, Gerry Regan said…

Jane, congrats for your selection today as our newest "Member of the Day." Go raibh maith agat for all you do to promote Irish culture both in WG and elsewhere!

At 5:46pm on May 9, 2013, Paul Thomas Meagher said…

A Shineaid, Cead mile failte romhat go na Geanna Fiaine. Ni raibh fhios agam go raibh Gaeilge agat. Maith cailin.

At 5:49am on May 10, 2013,
Gaeilgeoir
Jane Sherry Gardner
said…

A Tomas .. Go raibh maith agat.  Ta Gaeilge beag a fhios agam.  Nil me liofa!  Is maith go liom na Geanne Fiaine.  Bionn Gearoid agus eile ag obair gach la. Slainte!

At 2:38pm on July 18, 2013, Walter Crawford said…

Hi  Jane,

The thatch had a quality that slates lack  - more eye catching. I may be wrong but over here in Northern Ireland the thatchers used to call the "sally rods" (from the sally tree) scallops.  I am open to correction.

Best wishes

 

Walter.

You need to be a member of The Wild Geese to add comments!

Join The Wild Geese

 
 
 

Irish Heritage Partnership

Adverts

Extend your reach with The Wild Geese Irish Heritage Partnership.

test

Congrats to Our Winners

© 2017   Created by Gerry Regan.   Powered by

Badges  |  Report an Issue  |  Privacy Policy  |  Terms of Service