Keeping the Irish arts and culture alive in these uncertain times.

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GivingTuesdayNow - A Global Day of Unity

The Irish Cultural Center of Western New England marked our 20th anniversary last year. We are so proud of what we have accomplished in the past 20 years as an organization. We look forward to many more prosperous years of culture and friendship to come.

Without financial donations, these achievements would not have been realized. This effort is successful because of the support of many who make a decision to act. In these uncertain times of a worldwide pandemic, financial support is more vital than ever to help keep the ICC going into the future.

We have worked steadfastly on our new home in West Springfield to renovate and restore the facility, rebuilding it to suit our unique purposes of promoting and preserving our Irish heritage in the community. Weekly events at the ICC and in the Irish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub have continued to grow, including a traditional Irish music seisiún, concerts and live music, book readings, celebrity bartending events, charitable fundraisers, and a traditional céilí. Irish-oriented lectures, political discussions, international relations, GAA sports, Irish language classes, and student international exchange are all a part of what we provide the community. We look forward to continuing these events and welcoming you at the ICC again soon!

Whether you are Irish or not, love the language or the music, or just want to support the preservation of art and culture, your contribution is greatly appreciated. We understand that these are difficult times for everyone, and we are more thankful than ever for your continued commitment to the ICC.

The Irish Cultural Center, Inc. of Western New England is a 501(c)(3) non-profit charitable organization. GivingTuesdayNow is a global day of unity to take place on May 5, 2020, as a response to the unprecedented need caused by COVID-19.