New York Irish Center
WELCOME TO THE NEW YORK IRISH CENTER. We are truly a center for everyone in the greater New York Irish community. So whether you're from Ireland, have Irish ancestors, or are Irish at heart, there's a "céad míle fáilte" (hundred thousand welcomes) here for you!



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Our January-August 2019 issues is here, and we cant wait for all our new events that are coming up! Like our Facebook page to keep up to date with all our events and the centers programs. You can also pick up or new program here in the center, and if you haven't already done so, sign up for our email notifications.

Check out the latest Le Chéile Article were our 'The Story Continues' event features! Follow the link to read it in full.  Le Chéile Article 

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“Do you ever feel alone, like really alone, like nobody gets you?” Behind the music, the closed door, inside the mind of a young man, there is a darkness, a heaviness that will not go away. A story about Ryan. You may not know him but you may know someone like him. Blinkered has toured twice in Ireland to critical acclaim. Performances will be followed by an optional interactive theatre discussion which will explore themes raised in the play co-presented by Solace House. Suitable for age 16+ 

St Brigid’s Day Cross Making -Wednesday January 30th Begins 2.00pm

Come and join us as we prepare for the ‘Feast of St. Brigid’ by continuing the longstanding Irish tradition of making St. Brigid’s Day crosses together, with tea flowing, Irish snacks circulating, traditional music, and great company. Throughout the session, we’ll share some of St. Brigid’s most notable stories as she is one of Ireland’s patron saints, embedded in Ireland’s history & culture along with St. Patrick and St. Columba.

A Night of Traditional Irish Music -Friday February 15th Begins 7.00pm

Come join the New York Irish Center and in association with the Wolfhounds Trad week on Friday 15th February at 7:00pm for a night of traditional Irish music. Performances by Siobhan Peoples, Murt Ryan, Liam Murphy and Noel O Donoghue. A night of music and craic not to be missed, buy your tickets now! Follow the links to get your tickets. 

In these times of wilful misinformation and severe discrimination aimed at immigration, which has made American great, the New York Irish Center directs you to the site of the Coalition of Irish Immigration Centers, where you can stay better informed, and be aware of your rights as an immigrant. 

Notifica App -Helping people prepare for the unimaginable.

Notifica is an app that sends out pre-written text messages to lawyers, family members, and friends of immigrants swept up by ICE—all with the push of a button. Click here to learn more.

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