8 Ways to Connect with our Community!

Tá súil agam go bhfuil sibh slán agus sábháilte na laethanta seo/I hope you are all healthy and safe these days. During these times of social distancing and lockdown, our aim to ‘connect, communicate & collaborate’ through Irish is more relevant than ever. LetsLearnIrish.com is a community of learners, teachers and language enthusiasts, and our door is always open. Please see below for 8 ways to connect through our upcoming schedule of courses, weekly conversation and cultural events:

  1. Language Courses: A new 7-week term of classes (for all levels) begins in November!
  2. Song Courses: We are excited to start a new Amhráin na Nollag/Christmas Songs course on Sundays, beginning Nov 8th, in addition to Amhráin na Gaeilge/Songs of Irish on Tuesdays.
  3. Virtual Song Session: Join Múinteoir Brian and friends for a free online session of song and music on Tues, Oct. 27th. Streaming live on Facebook
  4. Members’ Night: We have a live get-together on the final Friday of every month, where members are encouraged to showcase their developing language skills. Join us on Friday, Oct 30th for an hour of good-natured presentations and banter, either as a participant or observer.
  5. Free Starter Class: Sunday, Nov 1st. New students (and willing helpers) are invited to go over some language basics. Afterwards, prospective students are invited to ask questions about Term 2 courses and online events.
  6. Comhrá: Every Tuesday and Thursday we facilitate a free conversation session for all our members. See our website for the weekly topic…next week it’s Oíche Shamhna!
  7. Our Blog: Read Kerry Neville’s personal insights into learning Irish, as she documents her Adventures in Irish. Perhaps you might like to submit your own post too?
  8. Social Media: We are active on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook. You could also join our Telegram group (similar to WhatsApp), where you can chat and receive community updates to your phone!

As ever, please get in touch if you have any feedback or questions …agus tabhair aire!

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