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Thanks to everyone who signed up to help at our booth at the Irish Fair on Harriet Island, F-Su, August 12-14.
And special thanks to Maureen for taking the lead on the Irish Fair effort this year!
Our four-week "Introduction to Irish Gaelic" will be offered through St. Paul Community Education starting at the end of September. This class will get you into our regular Monday night sessions.
Visit our Community Education page for more information. Online registration opens Sept. 6 and can fill quickly. When registration opens, you can go directly to Saint Paul Community Education and click on the "Register Online" button.
Then head to Madison, WI the weekend of October 14-16, where the Celtic Cultural Center has long held a spectacular fall workshop. Organizer Dineen always recruits an unusual roster of instructors combined with enthusiastic students at all levels.
For more information and a registration form, keep an eye on their web page, where materials will be posted soon. You don't want to miss this one!
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 August 26. 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.
( Handy calendar on the Events page.)
NOTE: Will's class will hold a make-up session on Aug. 29, same location.
Note that the three classes split up during the summer, usually meeting every two weeks, but not necessarily on the same two weeks. Check with your instructor about the summer schedule, and don't be afraid to suggest likely meeting places, we can always use new options!
Comments and questions are welcome via e-mail