MacDara Ó Conaola of An Chláir as Gaeilge brings you this week’s Macalla an Chláir column

AMADÁN AIBREÁN! / APRIL FOOLS’!
Dia dhaoibh a Chairde. Tá súil agam go bhfuil sibh uilig go maith / Hi everybody. I hope youse are all well.
Nach deas fad a fheiceáil ag teacht ar na trathnóntacha / How nice it is to see a stretch in the evenings.

Ní fada go mbeidh boladh breá na mbeárbaiciúnna agus an féar nua-ghearrtha san aer / It won’t be long until we get the lovely smells of barbecues and freshly cut grass in the air. Agus Lá na nAmadán buailte linn, amarach, bígí san airdeall ar ghleacaithe agus iad ag iarraidh amadáin a dhéanamh dhíbh! / With April Fools’ Day upon us, tomorrow, be aware of tricksters and them wanting to fool youse!

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An Clár as Gaeilge will commence Irish classes in Cois na hAbhna after Easter, tar éis na Cásca. A 6-week programme at beginners/entry level, or at intermediate/improvers level. Beidh fáilte romhaibh!
To reserve a place and register, please contact us at:
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Imeachtaí/Events:
Comóradh Phádraig Ó Cadhla, ag Scoil Náisiúnta Thuaim Gréine, Dé hAoine, 31ú Márta, 10.30 am
Cúl-chaint le Domhnall Ó Loingsigh chuile Dé Sathairn, ag 9am ar Clare FM
Ciorcal Comhrá san XPO, i gCill Iníne Baoith, chuile Dé Céadaoin ag 7.30pm
Rith le Ruairí, chuile Dé Máirt ag 7.30pm, ag Local Motion, Inis
Caint agus Comhrá, chuile Dé Luain ag 11am sa gCopper Jug, Dé Céadaoin ag 11am in Insomnia (Tesco), oíche Déardaoin sa Temple Gate (8pm), agus Dé Sathairn i nGlór, Inis, 11am-12pm
Scéalta agus Rannta le Chéile, Déardaoin 6ú Aibreán, i Leabharlann De Valera, Inis, ó 11.00 – 11.30am, Saor in aisce / Free of charge

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