Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Beginners Irish Language Class for Western Connecticut and Westchester / Putnam Counties



The Beginners Irish language class will resume on Saturday, April 1st at 9:45 – 11:00 AM and will meet weekly for an 8 week term. Classes will be held at the Greater Danbury Irish Cultural Ctr. in Danbury, CT.  Call 203.417.1700 or email: jfeeney@kells-all.com for registration / info. Come and join a friendly group of people learning about their heritage!

Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Online Intermediate Irish Language Class for Time Zones in North and South America

The Online Intermediate Irish language class will resume meeting on Tuesdays, March 28th, 8:00 - 9:15 PM ET for a 10 week term. This friendly class is suitable for those who have studied Irish for at least a year or more and want to increase their fluency in reading, writing and conversation. No need to download any software. Learn in the comfort of your home (snow storms, who cares....). Call 203.417.1700 or email: jfeeney@kells-all.com for info or registration. Please share this with anyone who might be interested.


Tosóidh an Meánrang Gaeilge ar líne arís De Mháirt, 28 mí Márta ag 8:00 - 9:15 iarnóin ET(S.A.) ar feadh téarma de 10 seachtain.Tá an rang seo oiriúnach do na daltaí a bhfuil foghlaim Gaeilge le bliain amháin nó níos faide agus a bhfuil fonn acu a gcuid líofacht a mhéadú maidir le léitheoireacht, scríbhneoireacht agus comhrá. Níl aon ghá le haghaidh bog aire nua. Beidh tú ag foghlaim ar shuaimhneas sa bhaile (stoirm shneachta, is cuma...). Eolas sa bhreis: glaoigh 203.417.1700 nó r-phoist jfeeney@kells-all.com. Roinn é seo le haon duine le suim i nGaeilge más é do thoil é.

Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Mass at Fairfield University for St. Patrick with Irish Gaelic

Friday, March 10 Mass Celebrating Irish Faith and Culture


Egan Chapel of St. Ignatius Loyola
Because the Feast of St. Patrick falls during spring break, we will acknowledge him on Friday, March 10th, during the Lenten Weekday Mass at 12:10 PM in the Egan Chapel. The liturgy will include several readings and prayers in Irish Gaelic. The Mass is open to everyone and all members of the community are invited to attend this celebration of Irish faith and culture in honor of St. Patrick the patron saint of Ireland. The Mass and the reception following is being hosted by the Irish Studies Program here at Fairfield University.

Monday, January 16, 2017

Online Irish Language Class at Fairfield University



The online course 'Introduction to Irish Language II" will be offered again this Spring by Fairfield University for lifelong learners (Certificate) and undergrads (credit) in the Irish Studies Program. The class will begin on Feb. 6th for a ten week term and meeting on Monday and Wednesday evenings from 6:30 - 7:45 PM ET. The class is suitable for those who have learned some Irish already with instructor approval. Students will continue to the learn the basics of pronunciation, syntax and grammar as it applies to everyday conversation as well as some history and culture. For information and to register contact Elizabeth Hastings at ehastings@fairfield.edu or 203.254.4000 ext. 2688. Class can also be attended in person.

Sunday, January 8, 2017