Celebrate Irish-American Heritage Month!

Fáilte chuig Mí Oidhreacht na nGael-Mheiriceánach – Welcome to Irish-American Heritage Month!

As a community, we take great pride in celebrating and promoting Irish culture, with cúrsaí (courses), comhrá (conversation) and ceardlanna (workshops) throughout the year. We hope you can join us this March for more events, both online and in-person ☘️

March signals the beginning of Seachtain na Gaeilge. New 7-week Courses begin March 4th. A song workshop with renowned sean-nós singer Lillis Ó Laoire takes place March 16th, Tasc An Lae activities run on Instagram March 11-17, and we have an in-person language workshop in Washington DC on March 24th 🎉 Bígí páirteach linn i mí an Mhárta!

All classes are recorded and available for study afterwards.
Course students attend Comhrá and Ceardlanna (Workshops) for free.
If you’re unable to attend live classes, see our discounted ‘VideoOnly‘ option.

Sunday: A0 Introductory, 2pm

All times are in ET (New York).

If a course is listed as full, you can still join as a ‘VideoOnly’ student – please contact us for assistance.

Please see our Language Levels page to compare course curricula.

Date: Sat, Mar 16th, 2pm ET

Register here.

Spreagadh an Cheoil:
Learn Irish Through Song
 

Join us for a special workshop on St. Patrick’s Day weekend, as renowned singer and scholar Lillis Ó Laoire treats us to a workshop on Irish folk songs and their history!

Free for all students.

Celebrity Irish speakers play a part, even if accidental, in promoting the language. Do you agree with our list of 10 famous Irish speakers?

Read our other latest articles: 
Learning Irish in the USA is a Dream Come True
The Power of Irish Placenames
What is Seachtain na Gaeilge?
Stair na Scéalta and the Living Story

New 7-week courses begin Mon, Mar 4th.

Comhrá for all levels takes place Thu, Mar 7th.

Spreagadh an Cheoil Workshop,
Sat, Mar 16th.

Na Ceiltigh: Learn about the Celts, Mar 24th.

Join the online Irish community for cúrsaí, comhrá & ceardlanna, and follow along on social media @LetsLearnIrish – beidh fáilte romhat!

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