Welcome to the Irish Cultural Center

The Irish Cultural Center is devoted to keeping the Irish arts alive. We work to preserve, share, and promote Ireland’s cultural heritage, so that all people will have the opportunity to appreciate its rich legacy.

The Irish Cultural Center is located in the Alumnae Library at Elms College in Chicopee, MA. Contact us at 413-265-2537  |  irishcenter@elms.edu

Celtic Adventures for KidsCeltic Adventures
This week-long program gives children an introduction to the richness of Irish culture. Space is limited – learn more and sign up early!
House of HamillHouse of Hamill
Accomplished musicians Brian Buchanan and Rose Baldino perform trad Irish fiddle and eclectic folk on July 19. Learn more and get tickets.
SearsonSearson
Searson presents high energy Canadian Celtic music at a special album release show on July 11. Learn more and get tickets.

 

TESTIMONIALS

I just want to say how important the work is that the Irish Cultural Center is doing. It’s incredibly important for Ireland, it’s incredibly important for people of Irish heritage, it’s incredibly important for everybody who loves good culture and wants to add special things to the world, and that’s exactly what the Cultural Center does.

– Breandán Ó Caollaí, Consul General of Ireland in Boston

View our video testimonials and other event clips on our YouTube Channel.

Upcoming Events
  • Sat
    11
    Jul
    2015

    Searson

    The ICC invites you to a special album release show with Searson, from …

  • Sun
    19
    Jul
    2015

    House of Hamill

    The ICC invites you to an afternoon of Irish fiddle and folk music w …

  • Mon
    27
    Jul
    2015

    Celtic Adventures for Kids

    Celtic Adventures for Kids is a week-long program designed to give chi …

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"It’s great to be a part of this initiative to promote Irish studies. You should keep up the good work because there are so many lessons to be learned from Irish history, and Irish culture is beloved to so many people."
– Dr. Christine Kinealy
Professor of History and Irish Studies at Quinnipiac University