Trinity Academy of Irish Dance at Irish American Heritage Center

4626 N. Knox (at Wilson), Chicago, IL 60630

3-Day Holiday Taste of Trinity!

Class Description: Keep warm and stay moving this winter! Your dancer will learn the basics of Irish dance and culture along with important skills such as balance, coordination, and teamwork. Get your holiday shopping done while your dancer gets jiggy and has some holiday fun with themed crafts and activities too!

Camp Dates: December 27, 28, & 29th
Time: 1:00-2:00pm daily
Tuition: $60
Location: Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox (at Wilson), Chicago, IL 60630
or Give as a Gift! Call 877-326-2328 x106 or email !


Class Description: Beginners and pre-beginners begin their Irish dance journey by learning the fundamentals and basic techniques in a fun and energetic environment. When they are confident in their foundational skills, dancers will learn the Irish Jig and Reel. In addition to dancing, this class incorporates stretching, balance/coordination exercises, and even learning how to count in Gaelic! We cannot wait for you to see the growth your young child will experience over the course of this first year. For more information on our year-long program, our teaching method, and additional programming, download our Trinity Fact Sheet.

School Year: Classes begin the week after Labor Day 2022, and continue weekly through June 2023.
Tuition: $740 (billed monthly, Sept-June)
Administrative Fee: $75 (one-time, billed in Aug)
Location: Irish American Heritage Center, 4626 N. Knox (at Wilson), Chicago, IL 60630


Irish American Heritage Center

The Irish American Heritage Center is one of the premier Irish cultural organizations in the United States. It is a destination for people of Irish descent as well as those who wish to learn more about Irish heritage. There’s no place quite like the Irish American Heritage Center when it comes to providing the very best in Irish culture through the arts, history, education, dance, and social outlets. Located on the city’s northwest side in a renovated, turn-of-the-20th century building that sprawls over a full city block, the IAHC is dedicated to fostering Irish heritage, culture, and traditions in America. The Center boasts a 658-seat theatre, library, museum, art gallery, authentic Irish pub, dance practice studios, meeting rooms, and banquet rooms for parties. The building is wheelchair-accessible.  We provide a broad selection of quality educational programs in traditional Irish music, dance, theatre, film, literature, language, Irish customs, and more. The Trinity Irish Dancers consider the IAHC their flagship location, having held rehearsals there since 1985.