EVENTS AND PROGRAMS

  • Thu
    07
    Jan
    2021
    6:00–7:30 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses that will begin in September, presented online using Zoom. This course features a general history of each of the thirty two counties in Ireland. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The January module is The History of County Kerry. Thursdays from 6:00 – 7:30 pm / January 7, 14, 21 & 28.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses will be presented on Zoom using PowerPoint. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

  • Thu
    07
    Jan
    2021
    7:30 – 9:00 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses that will begin in September, presented online using Zoom. This course features a chronological general history of Ireland from ancient times to the present day. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The January module is The Norman Conquest of Ireland. Thursdays from 7:30 – 9 pm / January 7, 14, 21 & 28.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses will be presented on Zoom using PowerPoint. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

  • Thu
    14
    Jan
    2021
    7:00 pmOnline Event

    Please join us on Thursday, January 14 at 7 pm EST for Hitching for Hope: A Journey into the Heart and Soul of Ireland, with Irish author Ruairi McKiernan. This free event will be broadcast on Zoom and Facebook live. It is sure to be an uplifting, enlightening and inspiring hour filled with stories, conversation and craic with one of Ireland’s most impressive public speakers. Registration is required and attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions during this live one-hour event. Learn more >

  • Mon
    01
    Feb
    2021
    7:00 - 8:00 pmBroadcast live on Facebook

    The ICC welcomes you to a night of Irish music and lore with our Fulbright Scholar, Brigita Gallagher, and guests, at 7 pm on Monday, February 1. This hour-long Zoom event is free to all. Please register here so we may contact you with the link to view the event.

    Gallagher, an accomplished violinist, will perform traditional Irish music, interspersed with information about her craft and the tradition of Irish music. This event will also feature two musical guests – local flute player Ellen Redman, a regular performer at the Wednesday night seisiún at the ICC, and professional Irish pianist and native Irish speaker Hannah Fitzgerald of Midleton, County Cork. Both will play a few songs and say a few words. Learn more >

  • Thu
    04
    Feb
    2021
    6:00–7:30 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses presented using Zoom. This course features a general history of each of the thirty two counties in Ireland. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The February module is The History of Derry City/County. Thursdays from 6:00 – 7:30 pm / February 4, 11, 18 & 25.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses will be presented on Zoom. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

  • Thu
    04
    Feb
    2021
    7:30 – 9:00 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses presented using Zoom. This course features a chronological general history of Ireland from ancient times to the present day. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The February module is The Tudor Conquest of Ireland. Thursdays from 7:30 – 9 pm / February 4, 11, 18 & 25.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses are presented on Zoom. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

  • Thu
    04
    Mar
    2021
    6:00–7:30 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses presented using Zoom. This course features a general history of each of the thirty two counties in Ireland. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The March module is The History of County Cork. Thursdays from 6:00 – 7:30 pm / March 4, 11, 18 & 25.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses will be presented on Zoom. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

  • Thu
    04
    Mar
    2021
    7:30 – 9:00 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses presented using Zoom. This course features a chronological general history of Ireland from ancient times to the present day. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The March module is The Life and Times of Saint Patrick. Thursdays from 7:30 – 9 pm / March 4, 11, 18 & 25.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses are presented on Zoom. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

  • Wed
    17
    Mar
    2021
    7:00 - 8:30 pmOnline event

    The ICC invites you to a St. Patrick’s Day celebration of Irish music and poetry, at 7 pm on Wednesday, March 17. This Zoom event is free to all. Please register here so we may contact you with the link to view the event.

    Guests will include Ellen Redman, John Tabb, David Clopp and seisiún musicians; Fulbright Scholar and violinist Brigita Gallager; Fulbright Scholar and Sean Nós singer Jane Ní­ Luasa; Irish poet Siobhán Ní Dhomhnaill; local favorites The Healys; and local trad group New Leaf. Learn more >

  • Sat
    20
    Mar
    2021
    6:00–9:00 pmIrish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub at the Irish Cultural Center
    We welcome back "The Healys Featuring Covid-Safe Cyber Vocals!" Local favorites Don and Sheila Healy will play a unique, Covid-safe indoor show on Saturday, March 20 from 6:00–9:00 pm. Their vocals are pre-recorded and instruments are played live – no singing in person at the show, with masks worn the whole time. They will perform in the back room, socially distanced. For reservations, please call 413-342-4358. 
  • Sat
    27
    Mar
    2021
    6:00–9:00 pmIrish House Restaurant and Trinity Pub at the Irish Cultural Center
    We welcome back "The Healys Featuring Covid-Safe Cyber Vocals!" Local favorites Don and Sheila Healy will play a unique, Covid-safe indoor show on Saturday, March 27 from 6:00–9:00 pm. Their vocals are pre-recorded and instruments are played live – no singing in person at the show, with masks worn the whole time. They will perform in the back room, socially distanced. Reservations suggested, please call 413-342-4358. 
  • Thu
    01
    Apr
    2021
    6:00–7:30 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses presented using Zoom. This course features a general history of each of the thirty two counties in Ireland. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The April module is The History of County Sligo. Thursdays from 6:00 – 7:30 pm / April 1, 8, 15 & 22.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses will be presented on Zoom. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

  • Thu
    01
    Apr
    2021
    7:30 – 9:00 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses presented using Zoom. This course features a chronological general history of Ireland from ancient times to the present day. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The April module is The Flight of the Earls in 1607 and the Plantations of Ulster. Thursdays from 7:30 – 9 pm / April 1, 8, 15 & 22.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses are presented on Zoom. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

  • Sat
    01
    May
    2021
    9:00 amPresented remotely on Zoom

    Lá na Gaeilge will take place on Zoom on Saturday, May 1, and will be hosted by Irish Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant, Brigita Gallagher, and Irish language instructor Gerald Costello. Both are teaching this year’s Irish language classes for the Irish Cultural Center and Elms College. The program is free, but registration is required.

    Click to register so we may contact you with the event link >

    Although we cannot gather in person this year, we are very excited to celebrate virtually with all of you and our wonderful guests. We will be joined by some great talent centered around the theme Voices from Cork – it’s going to be a wonderful morning of appreciation of the Irish language and music.

    SCHEDULE

    9:00 am – Readings of selected works in Irish and English, and discussion with bilingual poet Siobhán Ní Dhomhnaill.

    10:00 am – Traditional Irish music with Clíona Halley and Darragh Carey-Kennedy.

    11:00 am – Presentation by UCC Professor Ríona Ní Churtáin on poet Seán Ó Ríordáin, plus new translations of a few Ó Ríordáin poems read by poet Greg Delanty and UCC Professor Aidan Doyle.

    There will be two approximately 15–20 minute breaks in between presenters.

    Learn more about the presenters >

  • Thu
    13
    May
    2021
    6:00–7:30 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses presented using Zoom. This course features a general history of each of the thirty two counties in Ireland. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The May module is The History of County Tyrone. Thursdays from 6:00 – 7:30 pm / May 13, 20, 27 & June 3.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses will be presented on Zoom. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

  • Thu
    13
    May
    2021
    7:30 – 9:00 pmTaught remotely on Zoom

    The ICC is linking up with Irish historian, Sean Murphy, to introduce our community to live, weekly online Irish history courses presented using Zoom. This course features a chronological general history of Ireland from ancient times to the present day. The course is divided into four-week modules. Students can enroll on a rolling basis for those parts of Irish history they are most interested in or have the time to participate in. The May module is Irish Confederate Wars and Cromwellian Conquest and Plantation. Thursdays from 7:30 – 9 pm / May 13, 20, 27 & June 3.

    The enrollment fee is $80 for each four-week course. Courses are presented on Zoom. Each student will receive an electronic copy of each presentation. The classes are one and a half hour long to allow adequate time for questions and answers. Please contact Sean directly for information or to enroll in his course(s) – send an email to seanmurphy630@gmail.com or call 508-790-0438. More information on each course >

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