Free Irish Events this Summer
- July 7, 2016
- Posted by: Let's Learn Irish
- Category: News
Free Irish-Language Events this Summer
‘A chairde, tá muid ar bís’ (super-excited)! We have a series of free language events lined up this summer for Intermediate and Ard Rang students. Each event will take place at 4pm on Saturday at our classroom in Friendship Heights. As well as a great opportunity to learn new vocabulary and improve your Irish, these events are also an excellent way to meet new students and keep the language community growing here. To ensure we have your seat and notes ready for you, you must register your attendance on our Events page. Of course, before all that, we have our Introductory Intensive this coming Saturday – ag súil go mór leis!
THIS SATURDAY – 1-Day Introductory Intensive
For anyone yet to take the plunge into Irish, we are running a 1-Day Introductory Intensive this Saturday, July 9th! We’ll be covering topics such as Introductions, General Conversation, Hobbies, Occupations, Likes/Dislikes, Numbers, Telling the Time and more!
If you or a friend is ready for a new challenge, then this is it! We are looking forward to helping you get started speaking as Gaeilge. The class will run from 10–4pm in Friendship Heights and a lovely lunch is provided. You can register here.
Free Language Events this Summer
Dúradáin, July 16th – Join us as we read extracts from ‘Dúradáin’, the new Irish-language translation of Jeff Kinney’s much-loved ‘Diary of a Wimpy Kid’! We might even share a few stories from our own school days…
Maslaí, July 30th – Here we will be we will be delving into a long list of creative, Irish-language curses…but be warned, this is not for the faint-hearted 😉 Ag súil go mbeidh tú linn!
An Gorta Mór, Aug 13th – Join us on Saturday Aug 13th, where we will be reading and discussing the seismic event that was An Gorta Mór, also referred to as ‘The Great Hunger’. We’ll be exploring the causes and effects…but do not fear, this class won’t get too heavy!
Author: Let's Learn Irish
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