Who We Are and Our Mission
Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day 2014 with us!
Saturday March 22, 11:00 AM
We welcome runners, walkers, strollers, wheelchairs—we have room for everybody! Spectators are welcome.
Post Race Party with live Irish music and Guinness!
Please contact the ICC at 781-821-8291 for more information or to register.
Get ready for our
2014 St Patrick’s Day Celebrations!
March 14, 15, 16 and 1 7:
Four days of Irish music, dance, food and fun.
Friday, March 14: Kick off the weekend with Joshua Tree 8pm | Tickets $15 pp.
Saturday, March 15: Doors open at 1pm. Featuring live Irish Music, Traditional Irish session by Comhaltas Ceoltoiri Eireann, and more!
Food served all day.
$5 for Adults | Kids free
Sunday, March 16: Doors open at 10am. Irish Breakfast, Sunday Mass, Live Irish Music, Irish Dance performances throughout the day, Kids Korner with storytelling from 1-5pm, face painting and more, Corned Beef & Cabbage served all day.
$5 for Adults | Kids free
Monday, March 17: Take a break from work and join us for lunch or dinner. Live Irish Music, Corned Beef & Cabbage served from 11am on all day. No cover charge.
Separate cost for food & drink. Purchase tickets by calling 781-821-8291.
The Irish Cultural Centre proudly presents
An Evening with
Edwina Guckian & Michael O’Rourke
Sean Nos Dancing from Ireland
Monday, March 24 7:00pm
$10 per person
Join us for an exciting evening of great dancing!
Bring your shoes and participate or just enjoy the show. Either way, you won’t want to miss this special performance and class. No advance registration required.
Edwina is a native of Drumsna Leitrim and currently the Rose of Tralee Leitrim. Her partner, Michael O’Rourke, is a native of Kerry & All Ireland Set Dancing Champion.
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.