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Florida

Séamus Ó Braonáin
Lake Worth Community High School
Dept. of Adult Education, 1701 Lake Worth Road
Lake Worth, FL 33460

(561) 533-6363, ext. 9
fuiseog@att.net

Classes are offered in Spring, Fall, and Winter.

Teachers:Séamus Ó Braonáin fuiseog@verizon.net , Phone: 561-439-4456 and Liam Eagan liameagan1@yahoo.com

Contact teacher for private lessons.

Non-Credit available.
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Tallahassee Informal Group
Robert Skipper
1122 Thomasville Rd
Tallahassee, FL 32303 daltaotallahassee@gmail.com, robert@skipperclan.com

This group meets informally at a local coffee shop called Redeye every Thursday from 4-5 pm. There is just a handful of us that get together once a week to learn Irish and improve our language skills.

The "teacher" of this course taught himself Irish and this group is his way of trying to get more people involved. Beginners are welcome and more advanced learners are always welcome to come teach us something, too!

Please contact daltaotallahassee@gmail.com for more information.

Non-Credit available.
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Georgia

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North Carolina

Scoil na Gaeilge Fin Bheara
Micheil MacFhearghuis
106 Bridgedale Court
Knightdale, NC 27545

(919) 710-3018
mitchell_ferguson@hotmail.com

Tá an scoil priobháideach seo i gCarolina Thuaidh i Raleigh. Támid ag teacht le cheile ar Pub Tír na nÓg i Raleigh, achan seachtain ar de domhnaigh 6.30pm. Bígí linn!

This is a private school located in North Carolina in Raleigh. We meet together at Tír na nÓg pub in Raleigh each Sunday at 6:30 right after the session. Come join us.

Non-Credit available.
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South Carolina

Prof. Cheryl Baker, Lia Johnson
Gaeltacht Greenville
Greenville, SC

(864) 420-6516
gaeltachtgreenville@gmail.com

Gaeltacht Greenville, sponsored by the Irish Cara Club, will be launching its first free Irish language (known to most Americans as “Irish Gaelic”) class this Tuesday, July 16, from 6-7 p.m. at the Hughes Main Library with weekly classes to follow at Coffee Underground. The class is intended for first-time beginners and speakers looking to brush up on or practice what they already know with social events and more advanced classes in the months to come.

Teachers Prof. Cheryl Baker, an Easley native, and Lia Johnson from the Co. Waterford Gaeltacht (Irish Gaelic-speaking area) invite anyone interested in joining the class to sign up at linktr.ee/Gaeltachtgreenville or reach out to gaeltachtgreenville@gmail.com to learn a little more about the exciting events the group has to offer. Those who are unable to make the first class are more than welcome to sign up for our next meeting on Thursday, July 25th, at Coffee Underground from 6-7 p.m given there is still space!

Gaeltacht Greenville began as an initative of Prof. Baker and the Irish Cara Club in 2019 to create a local community for Irish-speakers/learners and raise awareness of the indigenous Irish language spoken by thousands in the United States alone. Irish Gaelic or “Gaeilge” remains the primary community tongue in certain regions of Ireland instead of English but is still considered to be “definetly endangered” by UNESCO and at risk of disappearing in the native Gaeltacht within a few generations. On the other hand, the language has experienced a remarkable resurgence worldwide among urban communities, the Irish diaspora, and social gatherings like Gaeltacht Greenville with speakers including Empress Michiko of Japan and actor Art Parkinson (Rickon Stark in Game of Thrones).

Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/gaeltachtgreenville

Non-Credit available.
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