Gaelchultúr’s autumn term of Irish evening classes will begin the week commencing 19 September 2011. The course will run for twelve weeks and learners who book a place before the end of August will get two of those classes free of charge!
You’re very welcome to the July/August edition of Gaelchultúr’s newsletter. We’ll be taking a break in August and publishing the next edition in September 2011.
This month’s Deal of the Month on siopa.ie is Bábóg Baby, the world’s first Irish speaking toy.
Dr Finbarr Bradley explains what kind of vision regarding the Irish language and Irish culture is to be found in the book Capitalising on Culture, Competing on Difference, which he has co-authored with James J. Kennelly.
As was mentioned in the last edition of Nuachtlitir Ghaelchultúir, there are paid training opportunities available on a continuous basis in the EU institutions. We recently spoke to Deirdre Brophy, who is currently on an internship with the European Commission, to get an insight into the work she does and life in Brussels.
Cultúrlann McAdam Ó Fiaich is a hive of activity throughout the year, running countless events and housing excellent Irish language facilities. So, if you’re visiting Belfast this summer, be sure to pop into this excellent cultural centre in the west of the city.