Coming soon to The ICC Canton
Thank you to all of the local GAA clubs, players and spectators
who supported our fundraiser for Breast Cancer Awareness
on Sunday, July 27th in the ICC Pub.
$1100 was raised for this great cause and will be
presented to Dana Farber in the coming week.
This weekend's Boston Northeast GAA Schedule
Sat, Aug 01
17.45 Tipperary v Wexford
16.15 Donegal v McAnespies (B Field)
17.30 Boston Shamrocks v Cork (B Field)
Sun, Aug 02
12pm McAnespies v Wolfe Tones
13.15 Boston Shamrocks v Connacht Ladies
14.30 Christophers v Kerry
15.45 Galway v Tipperary
17.00 Shannon Blues v McAnespies
12.30 Connemara Gaels v Donegal (B Field)
15.00 Boston Shamrocks v Connacht Ladies (B Field)
Live Broadcast Games
Saturday, Aug 01
12pm Sligo v Tyrone
2pm Donegal v Galway
Sunday, Aug 02
9am Kerry v Kildare
11am Dublin v Fermanagh
Saturday, August 8 2015 1-4.30pm
Newfoundland & Cape Breton Roots, Eh?
1:00 – Introduction with Richard Reid
Richard will cover what is on the seminar CD and the order for the day. We will preview a short video called “An Overview of Canadian Records”. Richard and Joe Petrie, the two
Friends of Irish Research presenters, are members of the Association of Professional Genealogists.
1:30 - Newfoundland Research with Joe Petrie (Q & A Session follows)
Joe’s parents were from Cape Breton. Six of his Ancestors were Newfoundlanders who were originally from Ireland. As a regular contributor to Newfoundland Ancestor,
published by the Family History Society of Newfoundland and Labrador, Joe has a vast knowledge of resources that are available to researchers. His Newfoundland Ancestor articles are available
on the Friends of Irish Research website. Click on Joe’s Free Web Sites and Publications Tabs to see all of his writings.
Joe will focus on using free Newfoundland web sites: FamilySearch, Ancestry Library and Newfoundland Grand Banks web sites - to find your relatives in Newfoundland. In addition to Ancestry,
he’ll cover two subscription sources. For the latter, he’ll show the cemetery database of FHSNL and of StonePics which has documented most of the cemeteries in Newfoundland.
2:30 – Nova Scotia with Richard Reid
Richard will focus on free Censuses, the normal starting point for professional genealogists. He’ll cover the Automated Censuses of 1852, 1901 and of 1911 (and other censuses in Ancestry).
For Vitals (Births, Marriages, Deaths and Burials), he’ll focus on NovaScotiagenealogy.org which for some Counties has been recently updated to 1964.
He will also explore a variety of traditional and some non-traditional research sites.
3:30 –Cape Breton with Joe Petrie & Richard Reid (Q & A Session follows)
Joe is a Research Correspondent for CBGHA. CBGHA resources are available to access at the weekly Friends meetings. For free databases, Joe will explore the RC Diocese of
Antigonish in Family Search (mostly Christenings and Marriages) and Cape Breton GenWeb (for obituaries). He’ll use the updated links document to identify the many free
services available to help you in your research of your Cape Breton heritage. At the end, Richard Reid (a native of North Sydney) will show some of his family research in Cape Breton.
You may register for the seminar by calling Nicola Murphy at 781-821-8291 x103
or emailing email@example.com.
Learn to Jive and Waltz this September at the ICC.
4 week class starting 9/8 is only $50
Call now to register at 781 821 8291!
Reserve your team now by calling Nicola Murphy
at 781 821 8291 x103
or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Many thanks to our sponsors, volunteers and everyone who attended
our 25th Anniversary Gala, particularly The O'Brien Family,
Mayor of Boston Marty Walsh and Consul General Breandán Ó Caollaí.
A full catalog of pictures from the evening
is available at http://ashleybrito.zenfolio.com/p375264484
Music /Games this weekend at the ICC
Our Pub & Restaurant are open every Friday & Saturday from 6pm.
Friday Night Beginner Traditional Session at 7pm / Advanced Session at 8pm - Everyone Welcome
Our Library is open every Friday from 7-9pm.
Why not come over for a browse and stay for dinner and a drink !
Did you know our Function Rooms are available to rent for private functions?
Communions, Christenings, Private Parties all welcome. In house catering and full bar
available. Call Sophie to book at 781 821 8291 x111
Our mission and who we are -
We are the only umbrella Organization for those who wish to recognize and promote the importance of Irish History and Culture through programs that utilize the:
1. Availability of our outstanding campus; Open and Accessible to all, to focus on.
2. Music / Dance / Arts / Literature of the Irish people
3. Sports as an important part of the Irish Culture
4. Applying Irish History to Modern Day Realities
5. Language and Genealogy
6. An Umbrella organization, helping other organizations to prosper
Founded in 1989, the mission of the Irish Cultural Centre of New England (ICCNE) is to promote and organize Irish cultural, educational, sporting and social events. We aim to establish and sustain a facility where current and future generations of the New England community can participate in activities that promote Irish culture and heritage.
Click here to see a Video History of the Irish Cultural Centre.
The Irish Cultural Centre would like to thank the Irish Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs
for its continued support and contribution towards Program Development.