Coming soon to The ICC Canton
2014 North American Gaelic Games Finals
Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Friday, August 29th – Sunday, August 31st
In 2013, Cleveland GAA was the host city for the North American Gaelic Games finals. This year, the honor has gone to the North East Division in Boston, Massachusetts. The games take place over Labor Day Weekend from Friday to Sunday, August 29th-31st.
For the thousands of players, members and supporters of the GAA in North America, the finals weekend is the annual climax to the season.
The 2014 playoffs will see over 120 teams gather in Boston, some traveling from as far as Seattle, Washington and the Cayman Islands. More than 2,500 GAA players will be taking part in what promises to be a marathon festival of Irish sports.
If you would you like to volunteer at the ICC for the North American Finals please contact
Nicola Murphy on 781 821 8291 x103 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark your calendars for the ICC's 24th Annual Golf Tournament
Friday, September 5th
Please contact the ICC Office at 781 821 8291 with any questions.
Music /Games this weekend at the ICC
8/15- Beginner / Advanced Traditional Irish Session
8/16 - Stuart Peak & Friends
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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.
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