About Us

History & Mission

The Irish Cultural Centre of Greater Boston is based in Canton, Massachusetts.  It was founded in 1989 to celebrate Irish culture and heritage in the Greater Boston Area. The 46-acre campus consists of four athletic fields, a large patio area with a three-season marquee tent, and a main building that features offices, a performance area, function space, a resource library, and a pub restaurant.

Staff

The Irish Cultural Centre’s staffing consists of both full-time administrative staff who work on campus in our office Monday to Friday, as well as part-time bartenders, waitresses and function staff who cater to our on-site Irish pub, our functions and events.

Board of Directors

The Irish Cultural Centre is governed by a voluntary board of directors. Click here for more details on our board members.

Work With Us

Join us as we are an inclusive and collaborative group working to serve as a focal point for the expression of Irish culture through a variety of activities, events, and programs. We offer our facilities for rental and functions outside of our Irish cultural programs and events.  If you are interested in joining our full time or part time staff, we have the following immediate openings:

What's On

Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones Live at the Irish Cultural Centre

Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones Live at the Irish Cultural Centre

World Renowned Derek Warfield & The Young Wolfe Tones take to the stage at the ICC This Fall!Read More »
“The Lost Valley” of County Mayo with Gerard Bourke

“The Lost Valley” of County Mayo with Gerard Bourke

The Lost Valley offers a unique window into the West of Ireland. Join Gerard Bourke to learn about this glorious […]Read More »
An Evening of Irish Song with Briege  Murphy

An Evening of Irish Song with Briege Murphy

Join us, singer-songwriter Briege Murphy, native of South Armagh- an area rich in songs and story-telling will perform at the […]Read More »

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