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Class Schedule

Schedule is subject to change based on enrollment

If a student or someone in their immediate household has an active communicable disease, ex. COVID, flu, pneumonia, pink eye/conjunctivitis, chicken pox, or if dancer has a fever, the student must stay home. They can Zoom if we are notified by 2:00 pm. Anyone who has a persistent cough, runny nose, sneezing, sore throat and/or weeping eyes must be masked before entering the studio. Masks must be fitted to the face, fully covering the mouth and nose.
September 5 - June 20
Age is as of September 1st; accepting new students through the end of October.


5:00, 5:30 & 6:15 pm Private Lessons

7:00-8:15 pm Adults


5:00-5:45 pm Little Leprechauns (ages 3.5-5)

5:45-7:00 pm Soft Shoe

7:00-7:45 pm Private Lesson



5:00-5:30 pm Beginner Private Lesson

5:30-6:45 pm Hard Shoe (jig shoes required, must also be taking soft shoe)

6:45-7:30 pm Private Lesson (except 1st of month)

6:45-8:00 pm Ceili Club on 3/7, 4/4, 5/2, 6/6  min 4 (max 20) students; register by the Monday preceding the class; recommended ages 10 & up. We'll send an email requesting payment once we confirm the class will run. 

No Class Days 2023-2024

Oct 31 (make up on 11/21), Nov 22-24, Dec 22-Jan 1. Feb 23, April 15-19

Flying Irish Dance Troupe members in traditional Celtic costumes and matching team jackets make funny faces in a group photo
Flying Irish's copyrighted image of 2 hard shoes, one showing top of shoe, one showing the bottom, with straps in air above shoes
Registration Forms
Flying Irish's trademarked logo of a winged ghillie

Claick on the Winged Ghillie to register for weekly classes

Flying Irish's copyrighted logo of a winged hard shoe

Click on the winged hard shoe to register for ceili club, workshops, yoga & privates (if not taking group classes)

Within six weeks of our daughter joing the Flying Irish, she was confidently dancing at competition. Her teacher, Mary-Sarah, has taught her about the importance of poise, practice, and self confidence. She has transformed from a child who would never want us to watch her perform, to a child who does nightly performances. She takes Irish dance with her everywhere ... meaning this is her new way of moving around. She has come so far in such a short period of time and looks forward to continuing her lessons and learning new skills. We highly recommend giving this beautiful dance skill a try at the Flying Irish Studio! (Lunenburg, MA) 

5 members of the Flying Irish Dance Troupe having fun in a picture: 2 girls in front are making faces, one with duck lips, the other sticking out her tongue while holding 2 fingers up  at the side of her head; back row has 3 adults, one on left pretending she's about to grab the girl in front of her, the middle on wearing a Christmas tree headband, the one of the right doing bunny ears to the girl in front of her. All are standing by a FIDT sign.

I had no idea what to expect going into my daughter’s first Feis. I prepared her not to win; I didn’t want her to be disappointed if she didn’t place. But, WOW!! It was so fun watching her, and everyone. And I am beyond proud of my daughter and what she went out and did in front of so many people. She doesn’t get that confidence from me. She loves dancing and has had a really great start— I’d like to think it’s because she has some great teachers. (New Ipswich, NH)

Flying Irish's copyrighted image of 2 hard shoes, one showing top of shoe, one showing the bottom, with straps in air above shoes

The Flying Irish name & logo (winged gillie) are trademarked; the winged gillie, hard shoe & double hard shoes (from website & tee shirts) are all copyrighted and may not be used or copied without permission.

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