Card players will meet on Sunday October 2nd @ 12 noon How 25 is played: The game of 25 can be played with any number of players, preferably from 5 to 10, not to exceed 10 players. The object of the game is to see who gets 25 first. Each trick is considered 5 points. […]
The Children’s Chorus is on hiatus ~ but stay tuned for it’s return The following information is here for reference only as the group is presently on break ~ stay tuned for the return of the children’s chorus All school-aged member children are invited to join in learning Irish music through movement and singing! 2018 […]
Catch up on all Clan na Gael Players Events and maybe even come play wit us! History The Clan na Gael Players had a humble beginning in 1987. Cardboard sets, lights in tin cans, folks dragged in from the bar to play a part! Ahh, but the audience enthusiasm towards this raggle-taggle group—that’s what made […]
Soccer Club News The Fairfield GAC FC Over 40 team was asked to participate in the USASA Over 40 National Cup based on our success 2 years ago in that competition. This year, USASA asked more teams to participate. In Region 1 (which includes all states from from Maine to Virginia) . The Over 40 […]
The group practices Mondays at 6:30pm in the Carolan Room of the GAC. Lessons also available for all ages and ability levels. For more information, please call Fairfield Gaelic Pipe Band (475)329-0202 or visit fairfieldgaelicpipeband.org.
family fun night GENERALLY HAPPENS ON THE LAST FRIDAY OF THE from 6 to 9pm Family Fun Night Family Fun Night is an opportunity for our young families to come down to the club and have some fun and a meal together. Family Fun Night takes place the last Friday of the month from 6-9pm. (except […]
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.
GAA at the gac Gaelic Football Gaelic Football can be described as a mixture of soccer and rugby, although it predates both of those games. It is a field game which has developed as a distinct game similar to the progression of Australian Rules. Indeed it is thought that Australian Rules evolved from Gaelic […]
The Lenihan School of Irish Dance teaches at the GAC and several other convenient locations and offer instructions for all levels of Irish dance. If you’ve been to any of the festivities at the GAC that include dancers, you would have seen the Lenihan Dancers performing. Classes Begin on Monday September 13th! Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: […]
The Group meets Thursday Evenings via Zoom 6:45 beginners | 7:30 intermediate For more information: Cait Thopsey – 203-459-9686 UPCOMING EVENTS LA GAEILGE DAY OF IRISH LANGUAGE AND CULTURE The Irish Language class will once again be presenting a La Gaeilge day of Irish Language and Culture on Saturday, Oct. 2, from 9 am – […]
The Literature Group will meet on September 21 at 7pm. We will be discussing ‘The Lost Girls of Ireland’ by Susanne O’Leary. All are welcome to attend. For more information please contact Mary Ellen Keresey @ email@example.com. Previous titles read by the Irish Literature Group. The Literature Group will meet at 7 pm on […]
Senior Lunch ~ Senior Lunch is generally the last Thursday, of the month at 12 noon. But please do call for reservations by the Sunday prior to the Lunch. Cost for lunch $7 for members and $9 for non-members. Shirley McMenamy 203-268-5083; Sally Savage 203-366-4826. Are you retired with some free time? Why not get active […]
Set dancing will resume on September 15 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. Well here’s your chance…Lace up your dance shoes because Set dancing resumes on Thursday Sept. 16th at […]
Enjoy live trad music led by the Shamrogues on Wednesdays from 7-9pm. All musicians are welcomed to sit in on the session. So dust off those instruments, warm up your voice and get energized with Traditional Irish Music.
Trivia Night takes place on the first Friday of the month – and hands down one of the highlights of the GAC’s monthly activities so don’t miss out – you could win some cool stuff!
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 […]
The Saturday Morning Runners (and Walkers) club is active year round and all are welcome to walk or run the courses provided at anytime on their own. Ken Gallagher will be available as a guide on Saturday’s from Oct to April, weather and holiday’s permitting. 5k route: Meet […]