Joining the Children’s Chorus All school-aged member children are invited to join in learning Irish music through movement and singing! 2017 will be the fourth season for our GAC Children’s Chorus. First rehearsal this year is Wednesday, September 27th. Over the past two years the Children’s Chorus has performed for Memorial Masses, Christmas Fairs, a Christmas […]
Clan na Gael Celebrates 30th Anniversary This year we celebrate 30 years of presenting plays by or about the Irish, as well as improving our craft both on and behind the stage. Hundreds of kids and adults have been involved in the fun and excitement of “putting on a show”. Each production brings forth new […]
Seeks players for the fall season in the Shoreline Adult Soccer League, which begins Aug. 17. Home field matches are played at Fairfield Ludlowe High School.
Lessons for all ability levels from beginners to advanced, of all ages, meets on Mondays at 6:30pm. The band practices in the auditorium of the First Church Congregational in Fairfield (diagonally across the parking lot from the GAC, on the corner of Beach & the Old Post Road). We look forward to seeing you! For […]
Family Fun Night is back! Friday, March 31st from 6-9 pm. Each family is asked to bring one bag of Easter candy to be given to those less fortunate than we are. An opportunity for our young families to come down to the club and have some fun and a meal together. Family Fun Night […]
Ever dreamed of knitting a sweater? Or even an afghan blanket. Just bring your yarn and needles and join the GAC’s Fireside Friends every Monday night at 7.pm. in the dining pub. For more information, please call Mary O’Driscoll at (202).414.9462.
Fréamh Éireann, the Gaelic words for “Irish Roots”, is the name of our genealogy group. Our interest lies in assisting members of the Fairfield Gaelic – American Club (GAC) interested in researching their family roots. We focus on, but are not limited to, Irish family research. Functioning as a self-help group, the members vary in […]
The GAC broadcasts the GAA games live from Ireland via satellite every Sunday from May through September. All are welcome to come down and support the games and cheer on their favorite Hurling and Football teams. For more information, contact Tom Moran Gaelic Football Gaelic Football can be described as a mixture of soccer and rugby, […]
Join the Glee Club Join us as we prepare a unique program of song from the Irish in America. The Glee Club is a great way to celebrate our Irish Heritage. The group rehearses at the club from 7 to 9PM every Wednesday. Come and give it a try! Recent Performances The rejuvenated Glee Club […]
All levels of Irish dance instruction are offered.
New Beginner and Intermediate Classes Thursdays at 6:30 to 7:30 and 7:30 to 8:30 respectively. New Beginner Thursdays 6:30-7:30 pm upstairs in the Cultural Room – Contact Cecia.email@example.com. New Intermediate Class – Thursdays 7:30-8:30 pm upstairs in the Cultural Room. Classes meet every Thursday. For more information and to register, contact Desnolan@optonline.net New Grammar Class-Intermediate […]
Do you like to read? Would you like to discuss a book written by or about the Irish, be it a mystery, a thriller or just some romance? Join us on Mondays at 7:30 pm. This month the Literature Group will meet on Monday February 27th at 7:30 in the library to discuss Spill Simmer Falter […]
Young or old, beginner or advanced, Monday night is your time to practice with the instruments associated with Irish Traditional Music. Come by every Monday at 8:00 pm! For more information, please email Tim Quinn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senior Lunch Join us for this month’s Senior Lunch! Senior Lunch is Thursday, March 31st at 12 noon. Call for reservations by Sunday, February 19th. Cost for lunch $7 for members and $9 for non-members. Are you retired with some free time? Why not get active with the GAC Seniors? Join us for Senior Lunch on the […]
Have you ever sat and watched a group on Set Dancers circling around and round. They all seem like they are having a grand old time. Then why not join them. They would love to teach you. For more information, please call Carol Ruddy at (203) 255.2702.
Meets Tuesdays at 7:30. The winning team will each receive a $50 gift card. Join in on the fun. For more info call John 203-767-2847
St. Patrick’s GFC is the fastest growing Gaelic football club in the tri-state area. The club, headquartered in Fairfield, Connecticut, was created in 2003 to provide training, instruction, and athletic competition in Ireland’s favorite sport, Gaelic football. Prior to the Club’s inception, children and adults interested in learning or competing in Gaelic football had to […]