Lá Fhéile Pádraig Sona Daoibh!

An tSeamróg / The Shamrock!
An tSeamróg / The Shamrock!

Happy St. Patrick’s Day, everyone! If you’re stuck for ideas, here a few ways to enjoy the celebrations ‘as Gaeilge’ this week:

– Try out these simple Irish phrases for size! We’ve uploaded a beginner list of Useful Phrases on our website, along with pronunciations, to help get you started.

– Come along to our Meetup tomorrow evening at Busboys & Poets, for the screening of the ‘An Píopa’ documentary – promises to be a great time!

– Register now for our upcoming 1-Day Introductory Intensive on Sunday, March 29th, before Early Bird registration closes! Here you can kickstart your Irish conversation skills in a small and supportive class. For more details, click here and scroll to the bottom. Ádh mór / Good luck!!

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