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Lá Na Gaeilge: A Day of Irish Language

Saturday, May 18, 2013, 9 am to 5 pm
Villa Maria Bldg., Marylhurst University

 

The Annual Irish Language Day 'Lá na Gaeilge' — for fluent speakers and absolute beginners — will introduce the delights of the Irish language during courses and workshops at Marylhurst University.

Activities will be conducted in an encouraging atmosphere with an emphasis on conversation. Participating instructors are experienced in teaching Irish as a second language.

Sponsored by the Department of Culture & Media.

$50 fee includes all activities and a box lunch
Return registration form with payment by May 16, 2013.
NOTE: You may register after May 16, but lunch will not be included. 

Download Registration Form

For more information, please email Robert Burke at rburke@marylhurst.edu
Include in the subject lIne: Irish Language Day.

Read Robert Burke's reflection on Irish as an endangered language — and the importance of preservation — at the Marylhurst blog.

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