Irish Events Galore in April!

A chairde, bhí ócáid den scoth againn ar Lá Fhéile Pádraig in Washington DC! Míle buíochas d’achan duine a tháinig le páirt a ghlacadh nó le héisteacht le Cór DC, agus go háirithe do na stiúrthóirí, Liam agus Carolyn. It was wonderful to see so many people singing and listening to Irish songs and music on St. Patrick’s Day in downtown Washington DC!

Take note, we have many more fun events and important dates coming up soon:

Sat, Mar 30/Apr 6, 13: Following on from their brilliant St. Patrick’s Day performance, Cór DC will be back in action again this Saturday! The choir will be meeting for 3 Saturday workshops in the run-up to Féile na Gaeilge 2019, so come along and join the fun! Workshops run 2 – 3:30pm.

Apr 1st: Online community begins! Participants can take part in an online daily language challenge among fellow Irish language learners located all over the world. Don’t miss out – go to now to set up your profile! All community members are encouraged to spend 15 minutes completing ‘Tasc an Lae’ for the month of April. You can read more about this project here.

Fri, Apr 5th: Deadline to register for your TEG exam in Washington DC this year! Depending on numbers, we will be running full-credit A1 and/or A2 exams in the capital on June 15/16th. You will find further details on exams and how to register at

Apr. 15 – 19th: Our Irish language festival, Féile na Gaeilge, returns for a 3rd year! We will be running a free Irish language workshop or activity each evening for everyone to attend, so be sure to mark this week in your diary now…program schedule coming soon!

Sat, Apr 20: Building on the Basics Bunrang. This 1-day class will focus on Irish grammar and conversation for students who have completed our Introductory 8-week and 1-Day courses. The class is also suitable for those returning to learning Irish after some time away.

Apr 23rd & 25th: New A2 and A1 courses begin (the final 6-week block before TEG exams in June).

Sat, Apr 27th: 6-weeks of A1 and A2 online Irish classes begin!

Please contact us if you would like to join these classes or if you have any questions.

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