Welcome to the Irish Cultural Center

The Irish Cultural Center at Elms College 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
The Elders

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Become part of our membership; explore your own connections with Ireland, and help us to continue to provide the highest quality events.
Annual BreakfastAnnual Breakfast
Join us October 5 at the Yankee Pedlar for an enjoyable morning. With guest speaker, Consul General Breandán Ó Caollaí. Learn more.
Vincent Crotty ExhibitArt Exhibition
Paintings of Ireland: A Sense of Place, by Vincent Crotty, August 30 to October 4. Join us for a reception with the artist. Learn more.

 

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
  • Fri
    03
    Oct
    2014

    The Elders in Concert

    The Irish Cultural Center invites you to an evening with The Elders, o …

  • Sun
    05
    Oct
    2014

    Annual Breakfast

    The Irish Cultural Center invites you to our Annual Breakfast on Sund …

  • Sun
    19
    Oct
    2014

    Book Event with author Suzanne Strempek Shea and Mags Riordan

    Suzanne Strempek Shea’s latest book, "This is Paradise: An Irish mot …

Click for full events list.
"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