Fáilte chuig Caitríona Weafer!

It’s with great pleasure that we welcome Caitríona Weafer to the Let’s Learn Irish family! Caitríona is a highly-experienced and popular Irish language teacher, having founded the Los Angeles branch of Conradh na Gaeilge (The Gaelic League) and won ‘Best Blog in Irish’ in 2015. Her many interests include Irish dancing, introducing new people to Irish culture and making language learning fun! She also happens to be the world’s second most prolific tweeter in Irish 🙂

Caitríona will be teaching our A1 (Beginner) Irish course in Washington DC starting on Wed, Mar 4th. For everyone else, including West Coast students who have been attending Caitríona’s Irish classes in Culver, Wilshire, Glendale, Agoura Hills and Redondo Beach, do not despair – Caitríona will soon be teaching online classes too! You can read more about Caitríona and send her a big fáilte message (as Gaeilge nó i mBéarla) on her profile page here.

Free Irish Introductory Class
Do not forget – complete beginners can register for our Free Online Class taking place this Sunday, March 1st, at 12pm EST.

Upcoming Courses
We have a wide range of new courses starting in March, for all language levels. Drop us a line if you have any questions about which level is most suitable for you…

7-week Introductory: begins Sun, Mar 8th online

7-week TEG A1: begins Sat, Mar 7th online / Wed, Mar 4th Washington DC

7-week TEG A2: begins Sat, Mar 7th online / Thurs, Mar 5th Washington DC

7-week TEG B1: begins Monday, Mar 2nd online

Sign up for 2 courses at a discounted rate here

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