Irish Christmas Song Workshop in Northern California

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Irish Christmas Song Workshop in Northern California

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I know there are some NorCal folks here...thought some of you might be interested in this class I'm teaching:

An Irish Christmas Song Workshop

Take a break from the hectic pace of the holidays and join us for three fun evenings in Capitola, as we learn some traditional Irish Christmas songs in Ireland’s beautiful native language: Irish Gaelic.

No previous knowledge of the language required! Just bring a recording device, a water bottle, and your love of music, and get ready to celebrate the season Irish-style!

December 1, 8, and 15, 7:15 p.m. – 8:30 p.m. at the Capitola Recreation Center, 4400 Jade Street, off 41st Ave., Capitola.

All three classes for just $46 (district resident) or $60 (non-resident). Senior citizens get a 10% discount!

For more information, email the instructor at To register, visit or call (831) 475-6115.
...agus déanfaidh mé do mholadh ar an gcruit a Dhia, a Dhia liom!
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