Indiana Jones as Gaeilge?

Ranganna Gaeilge / Irish Classes
Ranganna Gaeilge / Irish Classes

A chairde, another great year of Irish language lessons is drawing to a close! Many thanks to our fantastic múinteoirí, Elaine and Justin, and the wonderful students who help keep our community growing. During the summer break we have some really great events planned to keep you practicing Irish before classes resume in the fall, including the following:

Our 1-Day Introductory Intensive for complete beginners takes place on June 28th, 10am – 5pm. This course is offered once each summer for students unable to attend our weekly evening classes, and will help prepare students for participation in Intermediate classes later in the summer and fall. The 1-Day Introductory Intensive will be a relaxed day of language exercises and games, tailored to meet the needs of the students enrolled in the class.

Our next Meetup event will be on Wed, July 1st at the National Geographic Museum! We will be taking a tour of the Indiana Jones exhibit, ‘as Gaeilge’, followed by happy hour drinks. Ronan will be facilitating our tour and discussion as we explore archaeological artefacts and the extensive collection of original film materials and props. If you can’t join us for the exhibit, then be sure to gather ’round for the drinks afterwards and we’ll share our tales of adventure…further details on our Meetup page. Hope to see you there!

Let's Learn Irish!
Let’s Learn Irish!

We are hosting an Irish language event for parents and their children interested in speaking Irish at home! If you know anyone who has children who may be interested in attending, please ask them to register their interest through our Contact page or email info(at) Slán go fóill!

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