‘Naughty Irish Night’ and more!

If you haven’t had the chance to meet up with Ronan yet, he is back in town in July, offering several new Irish language events to help keep your skills sharp over the summer holidays

Free Fridays in July conclude with ‘Naughty Irish Night’ on July 26th, 6:30-8pm:
Only one week until ‘Naughty Irish Night’! You won’t want to miss this – Múnteoir Ronan is back from the Emerald Isle armed with all the best lines for making up, breaking up, and picking up, as Gaeilge! Email to reserve your place. Feicfidh muid thú ansin!

Beginner Intensive on July 27th:
This beginner course is great for people interested in the Irish language, but who don’t have the time to commute to Friendship Heights for 8 weeks in the autumn. Ronan runs a high energy course that will leave you speaking all the basics by the time you go home. This course will also prepare you to take Level 2 Courses in the fall and includes lunch. Register now.

Irish Embassy, Washington DC 2013
Ronan at Irish Embassy, Washington DC 2013

Intermediate Intensive on July 28th:
Didn’t get a chance to travel to the Gaelteacht this summer? Here is your chance for a one day Irish language immersion. Fueled with new ideas and resources from Ireland, Ronan will lead a fun day course that will get you talking, talking and talking more! This all day course with focus on speaking Irish and will touch on new content areas as well. Have fun putting Ronan on the spot and requesting topics! Amongst the lunch, notes and freebies, there will also be a lovely new ‘seanfhocal’ poster for all attendees!  Register now.

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