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Irish 101, Saturdays 9 to 11:45 AM.
The only college in CT where you can learn Irish.
Classes for the Beginning and Intermediate levels start at the end of Sept for the Fall (8 week term). Classes will meet weekly on mid-week (Intermediate)on Skype and at the Greater Danbury Irish Cultural Center located at 6 Lake Ave., Danbury, CT (Beginner's class).
A Spring term begins in February.
Celtic and Irish History Classes offered at Manchester Community College, Manchester, CT, this Spring.
Contact Mary Carchrie for information.Non-Credit available.
Classes will be held on Wednesday evenings starting in April. Since we are a new club, classes will be held at the K of C in North Haven. You may sign up at www.icsa-home.org and please include the amount of Irish you have so we can place you in the appropriate class.
Contact the Teacher for more information.
Course currently on-going. Beginners and advanced beginning in September. Student-driven program; no certified teacher. Goal is an Irish speaking community. Lots of room for improvement!Non-Credit available.
Teacher: Dr. Kathryn ChadbourneCredit and Non-Credit available.
Introduction to the Irish Language
The course will meet on Tuesday evenings from 6:30 to 8:30 and will begin after Labor Day. The cost is $150 ($100 for members of the Irish Cultural Center at the College).
Teacher information: Tom Moriarty (413) 592-6951 or Tfmori40gr@aol.comNon-Credit available.
Conversation - ongoing
Beginners - contact Peggy Cloherty (617) 734-7472
Newton North & Newton Highlands - Ann Conneely (617) 964-4025
Intermediate - Sean Folan, Instructor (617) 469-0346
Advanced - Eileen O'Brien, Instructor (617) 267-9050
CANTON - Irish Cultural Center
Check Cumann na Gaeilge website at www.gaeilge-boston.com or ICC site at www.irishculture.org.
Ár dTeanga Féin, has a new semester of classes. Whether you are a beginner or fluent speaker, we have a class we think you'll enjoy.
This vibrant and compelling language brings a new depth of understanding to the history and culture of Ireland and classes make use of classical literature, poetry, and song.
Please visit our website for more information: www.adtf.org/index.html.
Instructor: Susan Gallivan (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Beginner and Intermediate Irish classes.
First term starts in September; second in March.
Tá an téarma nua donár “Ranganna Philo-Celtic” iomráiteacha ar fáil anois saor in aisce ar an idirlíon ar fud an domhain ag http://groups.yahoo.com/group/philo-celticsociety/. Scaipigí an scéal le bhur dtoil!
The new term of our famous “Philo-Celtic Classes” is now available for free on the internet worldwide at http://groups.yahoo.com/group/philo-celticsociety/. Please spread the word!
The Philo-Celtic Society began offering Irish classes in 1872. Our free, on-line school now offers courses at all levels to over 1000 students around the world.
Rúnaí Fógraíochta / Publicity Secretary
Cumann Carad na Gaeilge / The Philo-Celtic Society
Ag obair d'athbheochan domhanda na Gaeilge! / Working for the worldwide renaissance of the Irish Language!
Eagarthóir / Editor
An Gael-Breise! / An Gael-Extra!
Ag tuairisciú ar imeachtaí na Gaeilge timpeall an domhain! / Reporting on Irish language activities and events around the world!
The school is located one block from the Babylon train station and serves students from Suffolk, Nassau, Queens, Brooklyn, and Manhattan.
Our web site is www.scoilgaeilge.org
Courses offered through Broome Community College Continuing Education, Binghamton, NY http://www.sunybroome.edu/ce/
Contact the Teacher for more information.
Informal private lessons or small group lessons at all levels. Flexible hours. Lessons will suit individual students' needs.Non-Credit available.
Individual lessons /Duine ar dhuineNon-Credit available.
I am currently teaching a beginner non-credit Irish language course at LeMoyne College in Syracuse.
I would love to come to your library or school and present a program on Irish culture. I include storytelling, Irish language lesson, Irish dance lesson, music and song and many other aspects of the Irish culture.
[See listing for Capital District Celtic Cultural Association in Rensselaer County for school information.]Non-Credit available.
Non-credit classes at Herkimer County Community College http://www.herkimer.edu. Beginner classes only.
Instructor: Tomás O'Meallaigh
Beginner and Intermediate classes available. Instructor: Maura Mulligan
NEW! Irish classes for children on Tuesday evenings:
Ages 3-6: 4:00pm-5:00pm
Ages 7-12: 5:00pm-6:00pm
Visit web site for additional information: http://web.me.com/mauramulligan
Contact teachers Maura Mulligan (email@example.com) or Elaine Ní Bhraonáín (firstname.lastname@example.org) or school for information.
Teacher: Pádraig Ó CearúillCredit and Non-Credit available.
Classes for adults and children:
Irish Gaelic Classes for Children
Mondays | 5:00pm
Irish Gaelic Classes for Adults
Mondays | 7:00pm – 8:00pm
A first course in the Irish language: introducing basic vocabulary, pronunciation, grammar, and practical use in conversation.
Irish Language 2
Mondays | 8:00pm – 9:00pm
For those with some basic knowledge of the Irish language: designed to further the students vocabulary and understanding of Irish.
Irish Language 3
Mondays | 6:00pm – 7:00pm
For those with at least two prior semesters of Irish language or the equivalent.
Irish Language 4
Wednesdays | 6:00pm – 7:00pm
For those with at least three prior semesters of Irish language or the equivalent.
Tae Agus Comhrá (Tea and Conversation) FREE
Wednesdays | 7:00pm – 8:00pm
Whether you are an absolute beginner, a native speaker, or somewhere in-between, make sure to drop by our comhrá or conversation get-together for a cup of tea and a chat as Gaeilge! A great supplement to our Irish language program and a chance to meet others interested in comhrá and a bit of craic.
Classes at Iona College will be resuming at the end of September, details are on the site below.
For information contact
Teaches at New York University; for information contact Hillary at email@example.com .
Info at Mohawk Valley Community College www.mvcc.edu. Beginner classes only. Instructor: Tomás O'Meallaigh.
A non-credit Continuing studies class at Brown University is beginning on campus in Beginning Irish Gaelic language.
Deepen your knowledge of Irish culture with study in Irish Gaelic, the native language of Ireland. Travelling to Ireland? You'll be able to negotiate placenames like an expert! Thinking of studying in Ireland? The language is a prerequisite for many programs (Fulbright, e.g.) and an asset even in those that don't require it. Just love Irish music and poetry for itself? This course will awaken your ears to the beauty and rhythm of Irish Gaelic spoken language.
For more information:
Beginning Irish Language
Thursdays 6:30-8PM March 15th through May 16th
$85 for 8 weeks
No experience necessary. A fun and musical introduction to the sounds and sense of the Irish language. Songs and texts will be provided.
Gaeilge Conversation Circle
Thursdays 8-9PM March 15th through May 16th
$8 per session - runs for 8 weeks.
All are welcome that have a 'cupla focal'or are fluent in the language. Not a class, but a chance to use and become used to the language in a relaxed and social setting. We might discuss the latest episode of 'Ros na Run' (www.tg4.ie), an Irish film, your favorite band or songs, or your last trip 'home' - as Gaeilge mas feidir libh. Non-Credit available.
Contact the School or Teacher for more information.
Beginning Irish Language class
Wednesdays, January 16th - May 1st, 2013. Sliding scale of $10 - $50 for the series, plus cost of materials.
Meeting weekly with a balance of grammar, vocabulary, and Irish conversation. We'll use a mix of written (e.g. Buntús Cainte) and online resources and bring in guest teachers from time to time.Non-Credit available.