New Rang 2 Class Announced!

A chairde, welcome to Irish-American Heritage Month! As stated in yesterday’s Presidential Proclamation, ‘centuries after America welcomed the first sons and daughters of the Emerald Isle to our shores, Irish heritage continues to enrich our Nation‘.

Let's Learn Irish!It is inspiring and highly rewarding that so many people continue to discover the Irish language here in the USA, and that it continues to grow; we have just announced a new Rang 2 course beginning Thursday, March 6th, from 6:30 – 8pm. This is our final Intermediate course before the summer break, and all students are welcome to submit new topics for study!

For those ready to begin learning Irish for the first time, there will be a 1-Day Introductory Intensive on Sunday April 13th, 10 – 5pmRegister now.

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March is an exciting month! It 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