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 August-December 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.

The Story Continues... December 3rd 6:30pm (Doors Open 6:00pm)

The New York Irish Center invites you to the latest in our series titled, 'The Story Continues', a night of discussion and networking for our LGBT community.

Come learn how Northern Ireland can send a message of inclusiveness to international investors that it supports a modern, outward looking economy, with progressive policies on personal freedoms and human rights. To get your free ticket for this event please RSVP through this link

 Sign up here to be kept informed of our LGBTQ Networking Nights. 

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#IamIrish Exhibition on display from November 8th 

Inspired by a persisting lack of representation of the mixed race Irish experience, Lorraine Maher launched the project to celebrate a more diverse representation of Irish identity and to question the concept of ‘Irishness’ and what that means for Irish communities today. 
Lorraine collaborated with photographer Tracey Anderson to make an intimate study of the faces, lives and experiences of 22 mixed race Irish people. “For mixed race Irish people, in reality our ancestry, our roots, our blood are Irish and we are proud of it.” To request a viewing time please either email or call  718 482 0909 


Monday 19th November 

Begins 7.00pm (Irish Rep)

The New York Irish Center and Irish Repertory Theater are proud share this documentary with a New York audience this November, marking 55 years since the assassination of President Kennedy.

After the screening, there will be a Q & A with researcher Paula Uí Uallacháin, Lieutenant Martin Dockery (retd. ‘The Old Guard Regiment’ of Fort Myer, who hosted the young Cadets, and two of the original Cadets: Colonel William Nott (retd.), and Lieutenant Colonel Micheal McGrath (retd.)

Show Begins at 7.15pm

As 2018 draws to a close, the New York Irish Center family will come together to celebrate by showcasing our different classes that take place at the New York Irish Center, during our in-house end of year Show.

With performances in Music, Choral Singing, Dancing, Drama and many more, this is one family friendly concert you will not want to miss.
Early Bird Special $10 - On the Door $12 if available.
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We are delighted to be hosting our annual children’s Christmas party. There is a fantastic day in store with fun and games for all. It is a day not to be missed. 

Every year this party is filled with the sounds of excitement and laughter from some of our youngest New York Irish Center visitors. There is a possibility that Santa Claus just might stop by the party also.

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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