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We will hold our annual Saturday workshop on April 11 at St. Thomas. We're charging the same fee as we did last year, and you can get 20% off if you get your registration in by March 30!
For complete details, go to our workshop page. If you have been waiting to join our Monday classes, this will get you in.
Or, if you already know you want to go, download our form and bring it to class or mail it in with your check.
The GaelMinn Gazette, our free monthly e-newsletter of tips on how to be smarter about learning Irish, went out to our list of subscribers on March 25. If you do not subscribe (which would be silly!), you can read the latest issue here.
And if you like what you see, why not sign up? We never share your e-mail, of course. And each issue not only has a couple of helpful tips for effective study techniques (described in English, of course) -- of interest to students around the world -- it lists our activities and other events of interest in our region.
For several years, the Irish Music and Dance Association has made educational grants to deserving students of the cultural traditions of Ireland, including a few awards to language students. The program is meant to encourage students who have already made a commitment to extend their learning. The grants may be used in any way that helps the student's learning – including, but not limited to, tuition, master classes, instrument purchase and travel expenses. Visit the IMDA site for more information.
We had an all-class meeting on March 9, so there are no updates to the class pages for that date.
Handy calendar on the Events page.
NO class on March 30 (Spring Break)
NOTE for Mary's Class: we won't be updating that class page for a few weeks while you have substitute teachers (but check Wes's page for combined class activities).
Will's class: the "notes of interest"' have been added to our synopsis for the start of Chapter 4.
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