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Eight yeats winter school
description: The Yeats Winter School is designed as an interlude which allows the visitor the opportunity to learn more about W B Yeats against the backdrop of places - from Benbulben to Lissadell - which inspired his poetry. It is the aim of the weekend to provide a basis for reading exploring and thinking about the poets work in the place where much of it began.
From Date To Date Times 1 January 31 January Please note dates for 2001 must be confirmed admission prices: Full programme with two nights B&B, one dinner and two light lunches and full use of Leisure Centre, IEP105.00 pps.
Please note dates for 2001 must be confirmed
contact: Bernadette Coffey
phone: 071-60291 071-42693
fax: 071-42780
address: Sligo Park Hotel Sligo County Sligo

Merriman summer school
description: Director: Dr Patrick Crotty
Theme: The Five Territories (England, Scotland, Wales, and the two Irelands)
There will be the usual dancing component at the school i.e. 5 workshops 12.00 - 2.00p.m.) and a Club/c?ili each night. Johnny Morrissey and Bett y McCoy will be in charge of the classes. The final details of the week's activities have yet to be confirmed.
From Date To Date Times 19 August 26 August Please phone for additional details
admission prices: Phone for details
contact: Una Ui Chuinn
phone: 098-27758 088-2699226
address: 28 Deerpark East Westport County Mayo

Gael linn summer school
description: Gael Linn has been engaged for 40 years in teaching the Irish language to adults. Its intensive courses in Dublin run at regular intervals from September to June. Courses are totally conversational and cater for three different levels of ability, aiming t o give beginners the capacity to carry on a simple conversation in Irish and to expand the fluency and confidence of people with some previous knowledge of Irish. 8 day course in Donegal Gaeltacht, July and August. Language classes 10.00 - 15.00. Cultura l entertainment most evenings.
From Date To Date Times 8 July 15 July 29 July 5 August
admission prices: Tuition costs IEP125.00
Accommodation - Students are responsible for booking and paying for their own accommodati List available on request.
contact: Aine O'Cuirain
phone: 01-6767283
fax: 01-6767030
address: 26 Merrion Square Dublin

Irish for post beginners oidhreacht chorca dhuibhne
description: This course is aimed at those who have a fairly low standard of Irish, including those who have attended a beginner's course. The cost of the course includes the fee, accommodation, all meals and activities.
From Date To Date Times 17 July 29 July Please phone for details
admission prices: IEP235 for two week long course
contact: Maire Ui Shithigh
phone: 066-9156100
fax: 066-9156348
address: Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne Ballyferriter Tralee County Kerry

Irish conversation for adults oidhreacht chorca dhuibhne
description: These courses are designed for people with some Irish already. The programme consists of a mixture of conversation classes by day and informal activities at night. Irish for Beginners 3-15 July - IEP235.00 Irish Language and Heritage - 24-29 July - IE P115.00 Irish Language and Literature 14-19 August IEP115.00
From Date To Date Times 1 June 30 June Please note dates for 2001 tbc
admission prices: IEP115.00 for the week long course, IEP50.00 for the week end course
contact: Maire Ui Shithigh
phone: 066-9156100
fax: 066-9156348
address: Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne Ballyferriter Tralee County Kerry

Irish culture and outdoor education programme july to august
description: This three week programme includes a home stay with an Irish family, a two week academic programme comprising of morning classes and afternoon field trips, a one week outdoor activity programme in the west of Ireland and activities such as rock climbing, surfing and kayaking. Classes include The Gaelic Language, History of Ireland, Literature of Ireland, Traditional Irish Music and Musicianship, Celtic Art and Craft and Emigration and Irish influence in America. The field trips include visits to The Hill of Tara, The National Museum of Ireland, Kilkenny Castle and Trinity College. Activities available while in the west of Ireland include surfing at Killadoon Beach and hill walking in the Connemara Mountains.
admission prices: $1800.00
contact: Niamh Hamill
phone: 01-4900246
address: Adventure Ireland Ashfield College Main Street Templeogue Dublin

Summer academy irish studies
description: University College Cork in conjunction with the Summer Academy organisation, which is based at the University Of Kent, England, will run a summer school on the topic of Irish Studies. The Academy courses are designed to offer the mature student a unique opportunity to study under expert guidance, regardless of whether tuition takes place in the classroom or on course related field trips. No prior knowledge of the subject is required before enrolling for a course.
contact: Donal Counihan
phone: 021-902912
fax: 021-276619
address: University College Cork Cork County Cork

Parnell summer school
description: The Parnell Summer School, organised by the Parnell Society is being held to explore the relevance of Parnell, his family and the politics of their era to modern Ireland.
From Date To Date Times 13 August 18 August 5 day event
admission prices: Phone for details
contact: Marie Tobin
phone: 01-2874124
fax: 01-2881060
address: Lissadell 78 Heathervue Greystones County Wicklow

Scoil acla achill island
description: Scoil Acla, Achill Island. Phone for more more information.
contact: Bill Creane
phone: 098-47248
address: Achill Island County Mayo

The george moore memorial week
description: The George Moore School will be held in July. Please note dates for 2000 tbc.
From Date To Date Times 1 July 31 July Please note dates for 2000 tbc
phone: 094-71755, 086-2459832
address: Claremorris County Mayo

Deansgrange library language exchange sessions
description: Informal Language Exchnage Sessions. French/English - English/French: Thursday 10.30-12.30. German/English - English/German: Wednesday 10.30 - 12.30. Irish/English - English/Irish (AnCiorcal Comhra): Monday 10.30-12.30. Russian/English - English /russ ian: Saturday 10.30 -12.30. Spanish/English - English/Spanish: Tuesday and Friday 10.30-12.30.
This is an excellent way to practice any language that you are learning. Some knowledge of any of the listed languages is essential.
phone: 01-2850860
address: Deansgrange Library Clonkeen Drive County Dublin

Lanesborough arts festival
description: This Arts Exhibition will run along side the Environmental Summer School it will have the same theme. A full weekend package with admission to all work-shops, exhibitions and field trips will cost ?80.00, this does not include accommodation, but this can be organised
From Date To Date Times 1 July 30 July PLEASE NOTE DATES FOR 2000 TBC PLEASE NOTE DATES FOR 2000 TBC
contact: Ciaran Mullooly
phone: 043-21977
fax: 043-21977
address: Lanesborough tourism Co-Op Main Street Lanesborooough County Longford

Donegal gaeltacht
description: The Gaeltacht , In brief, it is the name given to several areas of Ireland, some large and some small, where Irish is the spoken language.The Donegal Gaeltacht contains the largest native-Irish-speaking polulation of any Irish county and stretches virtual ly uninterrupted from Fanad head in the north along the breathtaking grandeur of Kilcar in the south-west. Gweedore proudly boasts of an all Irish theatre which is now reinforced by Donegal Radio na Gaeltachta studios. There are an impressive range of Ga eltacht attractions to be found in the wild beauty of the Donegal Gaeltacht. It contains several Irish colleages and a number of Gaeltacht Islands. Tory and Arranmore being the most widely known.
Further details below.
address: County Donegal

The Donegal Gaeltacht contains the largest native Irish-speaking population of any Irish county and stretched virtually uninterrupted from Fanad Head in the north along the breathtaking grandeur of a heavily indented coastline to Kilcar in the south-west. The northern region includes the exciting "rural city" from Falcarragh and Gortahork through Gweedore, Crolly and Annagry to Rannafast, power-houses of the Ulster literary traditions – to Loughanure and Fintown in the centre of the county. Then there is the south-western network of villages which includes Kilcar, Teelin, Carrick and Glencolumbkille. The impressive range of Gaeltacht attractions to which reference was made earlier can be found in the wild beauty of the Donegal Gaeltacht.Then there is Gweedore, with its progressive industrial development, which boasts an all-Irish theatre, now re-inforced by the Donegal Radio na Gaeltachta studios; Kilcar, the traditional centre of Donegal handwoven tweed; and Glencolumbkille, with its prehistoric remains, sturdy landscape, and folk village. Donegal, like most of the Gaeltachtai also contains several Irish colleges and a number of Gaeltacht Islands, Tory and Arranmore being the most widely known.

Uisce watersports centre
description: U.I.S.C.E. is a Watersports Centre and an Irish Language School combined into one. We offer a wide range of courses for both adults and children where both watersports and Irish can be enjoyably experienced.
contact: Ciaran O Murchu
phone: 097-82111
fax: 097-82111
address: Cuan Eili Beal an Mhuirtheach Cuntae MhaighEo

Arts administration studies ucd
description: The objective of the course is to prepare students for a professional career as administrators in museums, galleries, heritage centres or the performing and community arts. The course which draws extensively on the experience of existing institutions and cultural bodies in Ireland, is intended to provide the necessary knowledge of professional theory and method and to develop appropriate skills and attitudes. The course also deals with issues of cultural policy and practice.
From Date To Date Times 1 September 31 March There follows a 12 week work placement Tuition on this one year full-time programme commences in September and continues to March. there follows a 12 week work placement.
contact: Anne Kelly, phone: 01-7067632, fax: 01-2691963
address: Room 530 Library Building Belfield Dublin 4

Nad music centre
description: Nad Music Centre, constructed using natural stone and located in a scenic rural woodland setting alongside the Blackwater Way, focuses on the traditional culture of Ireland providing tutition in a number of instruments and lectures on many aspects of Gael ic heritage. Short Summer courses are available on selective aspects of laguage, music and culture and accommodation can be arranged.
contact: Christine O Shea
phone: 029-58353
address: Clenaknockane Nad Banteer County Cork

Celtic creative heritage learning vacations
description: For small groups of persons who want to gain an informed yet informal insight in to their Irish cultural heredity. Courses cover genealogy, archaeology, paintitng, literature, field trips ect. CANCELLED - MAIL OUT WAS RETURNED BY AN POST AND THERE IS NO TELEPHONE NUMBER TO CONTACT THEM ON. Pauline Downey - 10/03/00
contact: John Zietara
address: Woodley Skibbereen County Cork

Cullen summer school
description: This Irish course, which caters for all levels, is for both teenagers in June and adults in July. Subjects covered include place names, archaeology, history, literary and prominent figureheads, Classes consist of workshops in the morning and lectures in t he evening.
contact: Padraig Hickey
phone: 029-79007
address: Aon Gleann Cullen Mallow County Cork

West wicklow education resource centre
description: The Centre is a refurbished Vocational School owned and managed by County Wicklow Vocational Education Committee. It has dormitory accommodation for 40 persons, a fully equipped kitchen, dining room, lecture room, lounge and games room. There are tennis c ourts, basketball courts, crazy golf and so on, and there are camping sites. The Centre provides outdoor education for Primary and Post Primary pupils through ecological studies, language courses, seminars and work expereince courses. Outdoor activiti es include canoeing, hill walking, orienteering, archery, games and mountain camping. You can choose a multi activity day, weekend or longer course sampling a wide range of different activities or choosing to concentrate on one particular sport.
contact: Bill Stone
phone: 0508-81002, 0508-81747
fax: 0508-81002
address: Weavers Square Baltinglass County Wicklow

Galway mayo institute of technology
description: The Heritage Studies Research and Advice Centre, at Galway Regional Technical College offers the following: Lectures, seminars, courses etc., given in the college and in outside centres . Advice on Archaeological, historical topics to individuals, soci enties, groups, etc, freely given.
phone: 091-753161
fax: 091-751107
address: Dublin Road Galway

An crannog
description: An Chrannog is situated in the Old Vocational School, which is being developed by a local Co-operative, Comharchumann Forbartha Ghaoth Dobhair. There is an Irish Language Centre in the same building and classes are run there for adults who wish to lea rn Irish. The name of the language centre is An Chrannog and an Irish language library and resource room is being developed at the moment.
contact: Tony Mac Hugh
phone: 075-32208 075-32188
fax: 075-32189
address: Gweedore County Donegal

Centre for island studies
description: Clare Island has supported a human population for the last 5,000 years. The Centre for Island Studies aims to promote, explore and make accessible Clare Islands unique human and natural heritage to both islanders and visitors a like. The Centre is a sourc e of Island information on the Island, it conducts Clare Island Safaris - guided tours of the interior of the island. In addition to putting people in the right track, the centre organises special seminars, specific interest group tours - many times enlis ting the help of the field workers who are working on the RIA New Survey of Clare Island.
phone: 098-25048, 098-25412
fax: 098-25048
address: Clare Island Mayo

University college dublin international summer school
description: The course will examine Irish heritage and identity through a wide range of topics, covering Art, Archaeology, Folklore, Drama, Literature, History, Music and Politics. The course will focus on the relation between literature and social events, with emph asis on the twentieth century.The programme will provide new insights for students already familiar with Ireland, but is equally accessible to the newcomer. Lectures and seminars are complemented by visits, field tours and musical events. Lectures are gi ven by faculty members of international renown and by distinguished guest speakers from the arts and public life in Ireland. A panel discussion will be held on Northern Ireland, with representatives from diverse shades of political opinion.
phone: 01-4752004
fax: 01-7067211
address: UCD International Summer School Newman House 86 Saint Stephens Green Dublin 2

An crannog weekly gaelic courses
description: Irish Language Course for Adults, Summer 2000. During the summer of 2000, An Chrannog, Irish Language and Cultural Centre are offering four week long Irish Language Courses for Adults. These courses are offered at three levels, depending on the individua ls fluency already attained in the language. Formal classes will be held each day from 10.00 to 13.00. Afternoons will consist of field trips exploring local culture, folk ways and history along with excursions to places of interest including the Island o f Gola, Ionad Cois Locha in Dun Luiche, Dunlewey Lakeside Centre, Glenveagh National Park, Teach Mhici Mhic Gabhann etc. Evenings will include Ceili dancing, music sessions and other traditional social events. From Date To Date Times 9 July 15 July Course A 16 July 22 July Course B 23 July 29 July Course C 29 July 5 August Course D You may enjoy at your leisure, golfing, horseback riding, hiking and various other outdoor activities and pursuits.
contact: Micheal O Domhnaill
phone: 075-32188
fax: 075-32189
address: Srath na Corcra Derrybeg Letterkenny County Donegal

John boyle o reilly summer school
description: Series of lectures on labour history in Ireland. John Boyle O'Reilly was born in 1844 in Dowth. He was an apprentice at the Drogheda Argus Newspaper and moved to the Preston Guardian. While in England, he joined the British Army as a Fenian spy. He was discovered and sentenced to death for treason. This was changed to life imprisonment, and he was deported to Australia. While in Australia he managed to escape to America, where he got a job as a reporter on the Boston Pilot. He eventually became the editor and owner of the paper. Throughout his career he exposed the cause of the following minorities in America, Afro Americans, Jews, Indians, Irish. From Date To Date Times 1 June 30 June Please note dates for 2001 tbc Please note dates for 2001 tbc
contact: Sean Collins
phone: 041-9833097
address: Boyle Valley Hotel Dublin Road Drogheda County Louth

Oideas gael irish language courses
description: Oideas Gael Language Courses are specially constructed to cater for needs of adults at all learning stages, including those who are more advanced but in need of practice. Each course contains three or more levels: beginner, intermediate and advanced. Cla ss tuition is by specialist teachers who use graded courses, supported by modern audio- visual resources, as well as other proven methods of language teaching. The daily schedule consists of intensive morning and afternoon tutorials. Recreational activiti es such as dancing, poetry or guest lectures take place in the evening, after which everyone can practice thier Irish with peopel from all levels while enjoying the craic in the local pubs. From Date To Date Times 24 June 1 July Sat-Sat 1 July 8 July Sat-Sat 8 July 15 July Sat-Sat 15 July 22 July Sat-Sat 29 July 5 August Sat-Sat 5 August 12 August Sat- Sat 12 August 19 August Sat-Sat 19 August 26 August Sat-Sat 27 October 30 October Thu-Sun
admission prices: Weekly courses: IEP115.00 3 day weekend courses: IEP55.00
contact: Liam O Cuinneagain
phone: 073-30248
fax: 073-30348
address: Oideas Gael Gleann Cholm Cille County Donegal Advanced irish language course
description: "Cruinneas Sa Ghaelige" is a course directed towards people who have a good grasp on the Irish language, but who want to improve their writing and their spoken Irish, and to enrichen their vocabulary. There is an information leaflet on this course availa ble from Oideas Gael. From Date To Date Times 1 July 8 July Sat-Sat 12 August 19 August Sat-Sat admission prices: IEP115.00
contact: Liam O Cuinneagain
phone: 073-30248
fax: 073-30348
address: Oideas Gael Gleann Cholm Cille County Donegal

Landscape and culture summer school
description: This course will offer an understanding of both the natural and man-made heritage ofthe region. Topics will include the landscape before the arrival of man, the impact of the first inhabitants, the bogs and their flora and fauna, patterns of land use and other environmental themes. From Date To Date Times 1 July 8 July Sat-Sat
admission prices: IEP95.00
contact: Liam O Cuinneagain
phone: 073-30248
fax: 073-30348
address: Oideas Gael Gleann Cholm Cille County Donegal

Oideas gael irish language course for teachers
description: This course is directed towards those who wish to gain the relevant skills to enable them to teach Irish to adults. There is an information leaflet available on this course from Oideas Gael. From Date To Date Times 15 July 22 July Sat-Sat admission prices: IEP115.00
contact: Liam O Cuinneagain
phone: 073-30248
fax: 0763-30348
address: Oideas Gael Gleann Cholm Cille County Donegal

Gaelsaoire scith sa gaeltacht holidays in irelands gaeltacht
description: A search for Irelands culture and heritage, for peace and tranquility, for stunning scenery or holiday activity must inevitably bring you to the Gaeltacht. Here the Irish language is an everyday community language for many of the inhabitants, reflecting a rich Gaelic heritage, a heritage of hospitality, of great music, song and dance. Irish language courses from IEP20.00 per day. Music and writing summer schools. B&B in an Irish speaking farmhouse, self catering cottages and hotels as well as offering Ir elands greatest festivals.
Freephone Ireland: 1800 621600
Freephone UK: 0800 7835708
phone: 1800-621600 066-9152423
fax: 066-9152429
address: Gaelsaoire Sraid an Doirin Dingle County Kerry

Tuam summer school
description: This will be the third year that the Old Tuam Society runs a summer school concentrate on the medieval history of the town. Connacht in the 14th century is the focus ffor this years school. From Date To Date Times 1 June 30 June Please note dates for 2001 tbc Please note dates for 2001 tbc
phone: 093-24522
address: Tuam County Galway

Mcglinchey summer school
description: The McGlinchey School, now in its third year, is based in the village of Clonmany and celebrates the local weaver and storyteller Charles McGlinchey. The Patrick H Kavanagh Memorial lecture, which kicks off the week end, will be given by David Dickson, wh o will look at McGlinchey's memoir. The Last of the Name. In context. Other highlights include a talk on the folk songs of Ulster with folklorist David Hammond, a field trip to the Isle of Doagh led by Mary McGeoghegan and a lecture on the dialect of Inis howen by Cathal Doherty. CANCELLED - MAIL OUT WAS RETURNED BY AN POST AND THE TELEPHONE NUMBER RANG OUT ON THREE DIFFERENT OCCASIONS. Pauline Downey - 13/03/00 PLEASE NOTE DATES FOR 2000 TBC
phone: 077-76160
address: Inishowen County Donegal

Festival of folklore music dance and story
description: The Free University of Ireland in Prussia Street runs an annual summer school concentrating each year on a different topic - last year, like many others, it was the 1798 Rebellion. This year's school has a particularly wide scope lectures on offer include "Plant lore and folk medicine" with Dr. Des Corrigan (TCD) "Traditional Songin Irish" with Dr. Rionach Un Ogain and "Women's Story Telling" with Eilis Ne Dhuibhne. Dr. Pat Wallace, director of the National Museum, will deliver the opening address.
phone: 01-8683368
address: Collins Baracks Benburb Street Dublin 7

Michael J. Murphy weekend
description: Now in its third year, this weekend organised by Ti Chulainn the cultural activity centre. Celebrates the life and work of folklorist Michael J. Murphy, a native of south Armagh. The theme this year is "The Rural Landscape in the New Millennium" and lectur es such as "Grassroots of Landscape and Revival of the Local" by Prof. Patrick J.Duffy (NUI) sit alongside guided walks, a concert by Andy Irvine and archive film screenings.
From Date To Date Times 1 May 31 May Please note dates for 2001 tbc PLEASE NOTE DATES FOR 2001 TBC
phone: 080169-3888828
address: An Mullach Ban County Armagh

Bard summer school
description: Directions From Westport County Mayo take the Louisburgh road, pass the foot of Croagh Patrick, through Louisburgh and finally to Roonagh Pier. Clare Island Ferry Service leave from Roonagh each day, details are available from Bard. The Summer School is an experience of story telling and ancient myth and their relevance to the modern world. This year the theme is Abundance and Wasteland in the context of the great epic The Tain. The week involves lectures, feasting, poetry and song and is on the isl and home of the famous 16th century Pirate Queen, Grace O Malley.
From Date To Date Times 3 July 7 July
contact: Ellen O Malley-Dunlop
phone: 01-4904879
fax: 01-4904879
address: Bard Productions 33 Springfield Road Terenure Dublin 6W

The diseart
description: The Diseart's purpose is to promote research, study, reflection and appropriation of Celtic culture, spirituality, civilization and related disciplines. The courses are run from the Presentation Convent in Dingle, County Kerry, a stately neo-Gothic buildi ng designed by JJ McCarthy. Courses available are: Celtic and Irish: Ancient, medieval and modern Irish language and literature, Celtic languages and literatures, Irish folklore, local history, Archaeology, Irish studies. Theology and Spirituality: Celtic Christianity, Theology, Philosophy, Native spirituality, Religious studies. comparative religion, Biblical studies. Culture and Art: Heritage Studies, Cultural Tourism, Sacred and Irish art, cultural studies, Irish and Sacred Music.
phone: 066-9152476
fax: 066-9152481
address: Celtic Educational & Cultural Institute Green Street Dingle County Kerry

Oideas gael language and culture
description: The Language and Culture Summer School provides morning language tutorial sessions at all levels with afternoon workshops in activities such as tin-whistle, set dancing, hillwalking, sean-nos singing, or participation in study groups which examine particu lar elements of Irish culture. All workshops are under the direction of specialists in these activities. Evening events include lectures on Irish folklore, poetry readings, song and traditional music concerts.
From Date To Date Times 22 July 29 July Sat - Sat
admission prices: IEP125.00
phone: 073-30248
fax: 073-30248
address: Oideas Gael Glencolmkille County Donegal

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