Month: July 2012

Jim Kneale's culinary and artistic talents!

The Washington D.C. Manx enjoyed a Tynwald Day cooish on Saturday 7th, sheltering from the heat in the air conditioning of Jim and Faith Kneale’s lovely home in Clarksville, Md. Here are Jim’s centerpieces, Tynwald Hill made from blueberry bonnag

Manx Cheese available in US! thank you BJs

The Isle of Man Creamery is a cooperative of 44 family-owned dairy farmers.  With a view like that, how could these cows not be happy.  IOM Creamery products are now being imported to the US by DCI Cheese Company.  Vintage Cheddar

Bob Kelly Update

It’s been a while since we’ve updated everyone on how Uncle Bob is doing.  John and I visited him yesterday at the Rockford Memorial Hospital.  We are pleased that he is scheduled to return to the Wesley Willows Rehab unit

Yndyssach ~ We're going back! Tynwald 2014

The NAMA Homecoming Convention of 2014 is delighted to announce that arrangements have been made with the Sefton Hotel on Harris Promenade, Douglas to host our Convention. As the 5th is on a Saturday we are assuming that the Tynwald Day ceremonies

Laa Tynvaal sonney dhyt!

Happy Independence Day!

Have a great 4th of July Americans and a Laa Tynvaal sonney dhyt – Happy Tynwald Day (5th) to all you Manx! Come back tomorrow for information on the 2014 NAMA Homecoming Convention. Yndyssach! We’re going back! 2014 Tynwald weekend And

'African Jacana’ wins ‘World Birds’ category of BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year 2012

A painting by an artist from the Isle of Man has won best of category in the final of the BBC Wildlife Artist of the Year 2012. The work entitled African Jacana by Dr Jeremy Paul, from Colby, won the

Manx museum to debut on campus

From the University of Wisconsin-Platteville PLATTEVILLE, Wis. — The University of Wisconsin-Platteville will soon unveil the first North American Manx Museum, which will be dedicated to showcasing the immigrants from the Isle of Man and their descendants in North America.

Congratulations Washington Manx!