The Pop-Up Gaeltacht will be held at the pub in the Greater Danbury Irish Cultural Center (GDICC) located at 6 Lake Ave in Danbury, CT. The Trad Fest will be on the following day at the GDICC. For more details, visit the GDICC FB page and GDICC.org.
Tuesday, April 3, 2018
Wednesday, March 14, 2018
Go hálainn! Bain sult as!
Posted by John Feeney at 10:38 PM
Wednesday, March 7, 2018
The Ladies' and Men's divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Danbury will host a Mass in honor of St Patrick. Members of the Irish Gaelic Circle of CT will do several of the prayers and readings in Irish. The Mass will be at St. Edward's located at 21 Brush Hill Road, New Fairfield, CT on Sat., March 10th at 9 AM. All are invited. Bígí linn!
Posted by John Feeney at 4:45 PM
Thursday, February 1, 2018
Monday, January 1, 2018
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. 5th 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 email@example.com or 203.254.4000 ext. 2688. Class can also be attended in person.
Posted by John Feeney at 9:03 PM
Sunday, December 31, 2017
The Irish Gaelic Circle of CT will resume 3 ONLINE Irish language classes at the Beginner, Lower Intermediate and Intermediate levels this Winter. New students are welcome!
The Beginner and Lower Intermediate classes will resume on Sat., Jan 6th at 9 and 11 AM EST, respectively, for an 8 week term. These 2 classes can be attended in person in Danbury CT USA.
The Intermediate class will resume on Tues. Jan. 9th at 8 PM EST for a 10 week term.
Posted by John Feeney at 4:15 PM