1916 Class This Evening!

Gaeilge, Gaeilge!

DSC000-3A chairde, this evening (Thursday) at 7pm we will be hosting a class titled Éirí Amach na Cásca 1916, offering a synopsis and discussion of the events in Ireland 100 years ago, as Gaeilge. There will also be a supply of useful verb charts for sale, a bunch of freebies and a few special prizes on hand too! Fáilte roimh chách / all are welcome. Please see further details and register here.

For those of you who want to start learning Irish but haven’t had the opportunity yet, then take note – this Saturday at 10am we will be running a 1-Day Introductory Intensive! If you’re interested, best to sign up soon as there is very limited space remaining.

For our returning students, Intermediate and Ard Rang courses for Apr – June are now posted online.

Bainigí sult as an seachtain, gach duine!

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