A warm welcome awaits you at the Library of the Irish Cultural Centre of New England. Library services include reference, research and genealogical assistance, reader's advisory and community outreach to schools and Irish interest groups.
Founded in 1989 as a vital resource for members and visitors to the Irish Cultural Centre of New England, the ICCNE Library offers a special collection of print volumes, music recordings, film, prints, photographs, maps, artifacts and ephemera in keeping with the Centre's cultural programs and traditional Irish activities.
Library hours are under revision. Please check back here soon.
About the Collection
Presently, the collection ia arranged as a browsing collection and covers subjects ranging from history and politics to music, mythology, contemporary literature, objects of art, travel, children’s books and more.
ICCNE Author Series
The Library offers Meet the Author events, book signings, poetry readings, writing workshops and other special literary events throughout the year.
This year, the ICCNE is a proud partner of the County Donegal Council One Book One Community Reading Project featuring Massachusetts author Paula de Figourolles and her award-winning work of historical fiction entitled The Chronicles of Iona: Book 1, Exile. Book discussion groups will begin the week of February 18th and run through April.
Please join us on February 7th at 7:30 p.m. for a poetry reading by Peter Fallon, the 2013 Burns Library Visiting Scholar in Irish Studies. Admission is $10 per peson. See the ICCNE Events Calendar for more details.
Donations of historical artifcats, objects, art and hard cover titles related to the mission of the ICCNE are welcome. Kindly contact the Library Director for more information.
Book sales of duplicate titles are held periodically. Proceeds from the book sales support ICCNE programming and exhibits.
The Irish Cultural Centre of New England thanks you for your ongoing contributions and support.