Fairfeld University

Fairfeld University

John Feeney1073 North Benson RoadFairfield, CT 06824
(203) 254-4000 ext. 2688jfeeney1@fairfield.edu

Introduction to Irish Language (Certificate)

Ten week term. Meets weekly, 2.5 hours.

Contact Elizabeth Hastings, Director, Community and Lifetime Education
Telephone: 203.254.4000 ext. 2688
ehastings@fairfield.edu
Or contact teacher, John Feeney

Non-Credit available.

Contact the School or Teacher for more information.

Irish Gaelic Circle of CT

Irish Gaelic Circle of CT

John Feeney109 Federal Road, # 318 Danbury, CT 06811
(203) 417-1700jfeeney@kells-all.com

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.

Non-Credit available.

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Irish Cultural & Sports Assoc. of Southern CT

Irish Cultural & Sports Assoc. of Southern CT

Rich ReganKnights of Columbus 22 Church StNorth Haven, CT 06473
rregan@icsa-home.org

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.

Non-Credit available.

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Irish Cultural Center of Western New England

Irish Cultural Center of Western New England

Elms College291 Springfield StreetChicopee, MA 01013
(413) 594-2761moriartyt@elms.edu, irishcenter@elms.edu

The Irish Cultural Center and Elms College are pleased to offer a range of Irish classes for the 2015/2016 academic year. In addition, this partnership is again successful in bringing to campus our sixth consecutive Irish Language Fulbright Teaching Assistant, Síle Dolan, who has a B.A. in Irish and French from National University of Ireland in Galway and has completed her work for an M.A. in Irish Language from University College Dublin. She brings a great deal of talent, enthusiasm, and experience and will help us showcase and develop the language in our community.

Síle will teach the Intermediate: Advanced class, which may be taken on a credit or non-credit basis, on Wednesday evenings. In addition, members of the ICC will instruct non-credit courses.

The ICC does have funds that have been provided by donations in memory of John Johnson. If you are aware of anyone who would like to study the language and might need some assistance, please call the ICC at 413-265-2537 for details.

ICC members receive a discount on class tuition. Learn more about each class and download the registration form. Or call the Registrar’s office at 413-265-2314.

 

If you have any comments or suggestions, or would like to become a member of the Irish Language subcommittee of the ICC, please contact geraldf.costello@gmail.com, thomasf.moriarty@gmail.com, or gilhoolyk231@comcast.net.

Non-Credit available.

Contact the School or Teacher for more information.