Newsletter #3: September 2010


Beatha agus sláinte! Gaelchultúr would like to welcome you to the third edition of the company’s newsletter. We hope you enjoy it!


Irish language evening classes, autumn 2010

Gaelchultúr’s autumn term of Irish evening classes will begin the week commencing 20 September 2010. Classes will be held in 13 locations throughout Ireland: Dublin, Cork, Carlow, Dundalk, Ennis, Galway, Letterkenny, Limerick, Mullingar, Naas, Sligo, Tralee and Waterford.

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Gaeilge gan Stró! – a new multimedia course from Gaelchultúr

Gaelchultúr has this week published Gaeilge gan Stró! – Lower Intermediate Level, a new multimedia course aimed at adult learners of Irish. This new course, which consists of a book and two audio CDs, was written by Gaelchultúr’s Director of Education, Éamonn Ó Dónaill, and can be purchased on for €37.50.

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Three copies of the new multimedia Irish course Gaeilge gan Stró! – Lower Intermediate Level to be won.

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Following a short summer break, returns for a second series. September promises to be an exciting month for club members, as there will be a range of interesting events to attend.

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Culture Night

The finest cultural events will be on offer in 132 venues across Dublin and in many venues around the country on Friday, 24 September, with the celebration of Culture Night 2010.

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Important dates

A list of important dates relating to events being run by Gaelchultúr and by other organisations.

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Link of the month

Many people in Britain are dismayed by the fact that there is so little emphasis on foreign languages in the education system these days.

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Technology tip of the month

A handy way to search Irish language websites using Google.

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Position available in Gaelchultúr

There is a position available in Gaelchultúr for a person who has a high level of competency in both spoken and written Irish, as well as experience of teaching adult learners of Irish at various levels.

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