Gaelchultúr has announced that its summer programme of Irish language evening classes in Sligo will commence shortly. There is no let-up in demand for Irish classes in the town, with increased numbers attending Gaelchultúr's courses each year.
Gaelchultúr's spring course will commence on Monday 24 May 2010 and classes will be held in Sligo Institute of Technology where learners will attend a two-hour session one night a week for 6 weeks. Classes are available at lower intermediate level.
Commenting on the success of the classes in Sligo, Darren Ó Rodaigh, Director of Gaelchultúr said: "The popularity of our classes in Sligo shows the value Sligo people place on our culture and it is so encouraging to see the language being embraced by growing numbers each year. Gaelchultúr's aim is to provide classes that enable adults to learn Irish in an enjoyable and effective way and we're pleased that more and more people are choosing to attend our courses."
Those interested in attending Gaelchultúr's spring course can reserve a place online at www.gaelchultur.com or locall 1890 252 900. As places are limited, early booking is advised.